3rd ed. 2018, 551 S., 18 Abb, Book, Springer International Publishing
This updated edition offers guidance on the application of robotic surgery in urology. Each technique is described in detail, with careful explanation of the different surgical steps
The book brings together leading robotic surgeons from around the world and utilises their knowledge once again to update and provide a manual that covers all the oncologic and reconstructive procedures in urologic surgery that are performed with robotic assistance
This book serves as an ideal reference work for all urologists and should contribute in supporting new robotic teams
New Robotic Platforms.- Robotic Management of complications after pelvic surgery.- Complications in robotic surgery: Access and malfunction of instruments.- Complications in robotic surgery: After robotic kidney surgery.- Complications in robotic surgery: After robotic prostate surgery.- Complications in robotic surgery: After robotic bladder surgery.- Surgical anatomy of kidneys and adrenals.- Robotic kidney surgery.- Practical resection of the kidney for renal cancer.- Robotic nephroureterectomy.- Robotic pyeloplasty.- Robotic adrenal surgery.- Surgical anatomy of pelvic lymph nodes.- Robotic-assisted pelvic lymph node dissection.- Pelvic lymphadenectomy for localized prostate cancer and robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy.- Surgical anatomy of the bladder.- Robotic-assisted radical cystectomy for bladder cancer in the female.- Male cystectomy.- Robotic-assisted intracorporeal urinary diversion.- Technique of extracorporeal urinary diversion.- Robot-assisted laparoscopic urethral reimplantation.- Consensus in the management of Kidney.- Consensus in the management of Bladder.- Consensus in the management of Prostate.- Training and education.- Surgical anatomy of the prostate for radical prostatectomy.- Anatomical aspects of the neurovascular bundle in prostate surgery.- Robotic adenomectomy.- Trans- and extraperitoneal access for robotic radical prostatectomy.- Radical prostatectomy: anterior approach.- Radical prostatectomy: the posterior approach.- Bladder neck dissection during robotic-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy.- Techniques of nerve sparing in robot-assisted radical prostatectomy.- Antegrade robot-assisted radical prostatectomy: factors impacting potency preservation.- Allogenic nerve interposition during non-nerve-sparing robot-assisted radical prostatectomy.- Apical dissection.- Posterior reconstruction of the rhabdosphincter.- Urethrovesical anastomosis.- Robotic-assisted laparoscopic radical salvage prostatectomy.- Outcome measures after robot-assisted radical prostatectomy.- Urinary incontinence after robotic assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy.- Paediatric pelvic exenteration.- Robot-assisted laparoscopy for genital organ prolapse.- Robot-assisted laparoscopic repair of supratrigonal vesicovaginal fistulae with peritoneal flap inlay.- Robotic surgical training: imparting necessary skills to future urologic surgeons.
Hubert John Formation in Urology in Winterthur, Zurich, Boston MA and Syracuse NY. Chief of Urology, Kantonsspital Winterthur, Switzerland. Focused in minimal invasive urology and innovative new urological procedures. Several international clinical and basic research awards, as AUA-ACMI-prize 2002, Alken-prize 2001, Munich Innovation prize 2001. Swiss national research foundation and several competitive grants since 10 years. Published over 100 original papers, description of several new operative techniques in radical prostatectomy and urinary incontinence and more than 400 scientific contributions. Editor of the Textbook “Robotic Urology”, together with P. Wiklund (Springer, 2008), second edition 2013. First urologic daVinci-procedures in Switzerland 2002. One of the most experienced DaVinci-console surgeons in Europe with over 1000 console surgeon daVinci-procedures including radical prostatectomy, cystectomy, pyeloplasty, partial nephrectomy and many live, and guest proctorships abroad.