Prostate Robotics Outcomes Urinary Incontinence

Urinary Incontinence
 
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<p> Dr. James Mohler explains the benefits of robotic surgery regarding urinary incontinence.</p>

The incidence of incontinence at RPCI after robot-assisted radical prostatectomy was 11.1 compared to 15.9 (minimally invasive) and 12.2 (open radical) per “100 person-years” based on SEER-Medicare calculations.

Reference:
1. Hu JC, Gu X, Lipsitz SR et al. Comparative effectiveness of minimally invasive vs open radical prostatectomy JAMA 2009;302(14):1557-1564.