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Effect of robot-assisted surgery on anesthetic and perioperative management for minimally invasive radical prostatectomy under combined general and epidural anesthesia
Journal of Nippon Medical School
Robot-assisted surgery and pure laparoscopic surgery are available for minimally invasive radical prostatectomy (MIRP). The differences in anesthetic management between the two MIRPs under combined general and epidural anesthesia (CGEA) remain unknown. This study therefore aimed to determine the effects of robot-assisted surgery on anesthetic and perioperative management for MIRP under CGEA. A retrospective observational study was performed by obtaining data from the patients' electronicdoi:10.1272/jnms.jnms.2021_88-304 pmid:32475905 fatcat:frkh7p6gwjavvnpcerolggvliu