Robot-assisted Kidney Transplantation with Regional Hypothermia Using Grafts with Multiple Vessels After Extracorporeal Vascular Reconstruction: Results from the European Association of Urology Robotic Urology Section Working Group.

@article{Siena2018RobotassistedKT,
  title={Robot-assisted Kidney Transplantation with Regional Hypothermia Using Grafts with Multiple Vessels After Extracorporeal Vascular Reconstruction: Results from the European Association of Urology Robotic Urology Section Working Group.},
  author={Giampaolo Siena and Riccardo Campi and Karel Decaestecker and Volkan Tuğcu and Selçuk Şahin and Antonio Alcaraz and Mire{\'i}a Musquera and Angelo Territo and Lu{\'i}s Gausa and Caren Randon and Michael Stockle and Martin Janssen and Paolo Fornara and Nasreldin Ali Mohammed and Luis Joya Guirado and Carme Facundo and Nicolas Doumerc and Graziano Vignolini and A. M. d’Azevedo Breda and Sergio Serni},
  journal={European urology focus},
  year={2018},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={
          175-184
        }
}
BACKGROUND Kidney transplantation using grafts with multiple vessels (GMVs) is technically demanding and may be associated with increased risk of complications or suboptimal graft function. To date, no studies have reported on robot-assisted kidney transplantation (RAKT) using GMVs. OBJECTIVE To report our experience with RAKT using GMVs from living donors, focusing on technical feasibility and early postoperative outcomes. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS We reviewed the multi… CONTINUE READING
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