Comparing different pneumoperitoneum (12 Vs 15 mm Hg) pressures with cytokine analysis to evaluate clinical outcomes in patients undergoing Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Cystectomy and Intra-Corporeal Robotic Urinary Diversion

Nikhil Vasdev, Naomi Martin, Amon B. Hackney, John Piedad, Alexander Hampson, Shan Gowrie-Mohan, Venkat Prasad, Michael Chilvers, Martin Ebon, Philip Smith, Gary Tegan, Karel Decaestecker, Anwar Baydoun

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Abstract

Robotic cystectomy is the mainstay surgical intervention for treatment-refractory non-muscle-invasive and muscle-invasive bladder cancer. However, paralytic ileus complicates the post-operative recovery, and may be a consequence of an inflammatory response associated with transient gut ischaemia. We have therefore investigated clinical, operative and inflammatory biomarker associations between paralytic ileus in the context of robotic cystectomy and intra-corporeal urinary diversion
Original languageEnglish
JournalBJUI Compass
Publication statusSubmitted - 1 Dec 2022

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