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With the developments achieved in recent years in laparoscopic surgery, the field has acquired a host of new techniques to achieve haemostasis, allowing the surgeon to tackle complex procedures. These techniques include physical modalities (as simple as compression or suturing and as...
The purpose of the study was to update the current modifications of transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) using bipolar high frequency current and to report on our first own clinical experience. Based on a Medline search covering the period from January 2000 to September 2006 and our...
Laparoscopic surgery is rapidly expanding among urologists as a minimally invasive treatment with surgical procedures becoming increasingly challenging. Accurate haemostatis is of utmost importance in laparoscopy, as bleeding can rapidly impair the working environment conditions. We subsequently...
The incidence of prostate cancer is increasing, and therefore also the need for optimal treatment. Because of the appearance of many different disease stages different treatment modalities are desirable for the treatment of localized prostate cancer. The established therapies, radical...
Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy (LPN) is increasingly performed all over the world. However, as in its open counterpart, achieving a satisfactory haemostasis may be challenging. Our goal is to describe the different methods employed to control bleeding during LPN. We performed a non‐structured...
Electrosurgery is a commonly used technology in laparoscopy. Electrosurgical devices are being used in many medical subdisciplines in order to coagulate, cut, and ablate tissue and to produce hemostasis. The latest advance in electrosurgery is the introduction of novel simultaneous hemostatic...
The most recent advance in laser technology for transurethral prostatectomy is represented by the KTP laser. A potassium‐titanyl‐phosphate‐(KTP‐) crystal doubles the frequency of pulsed Neodymium: Yttrium‐Aluminum‐Garnet (Nd:YAG) laser energy to a 532 nm wavelength, which is in the...
Liver resection is a standard treatment for liver tumours. Intra‐operative blood loss remains a major concern during liver resection due to its association with higher postoperative complications and shorter long‐term survival. To perform bloodless hepatic resection we realized an apparatus...
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