2014
DOI: 10.4293/jsls.2014.00154
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Abstract: Background and Objectives:Over the years, there has been a continual shift toward more minimally invasive surgical techniques, such as the use of laparoscopy in colorectal surgery. Recently, there has been increasing adoption of robotic technology. Our study aims to compare and contrast robot-assisted and laparoscopic approaches to colorectal operations.Methods:Forty patients undergoing laparoscopic or robotic colorectal surgery performed by 2 surgeons at an academic center, regardless of indication, were incl… Show more

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“…These results support a growing body of literature that suggests that postoperative complication rates associated with robotic colectomy are at least as favorable as those associated with laparoscopic colectomy (8)(9)(10)(11)(20)(21). Another important factor regarding utilization of robotics for colectomy revolves around cost.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 70%
“…These results support a growing body of literature that suggests that postoperative complication rates associated with robotic colectomy are at least as favorable as those associated with laparoscopic colectomy (8)(9)(10)(11)(20)(21). Another important factor regarding utilization of robotics for colectomy revolves around cost.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 70%
“…[10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19] Prior studies have demonstrated that robotic surgery is feasible and safe 7,[11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18]20,21 but may be associated with higher cost and longer operative duration, particularly for rectal resections. 10,25 Given the single-centre reporting bias present in much of the literature, there is a need for research using multi-institutional data.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…В целом при оценке периоперационных параметров в нашем исследовании обе группы малоинвазивных операций оказались со-поставимы по средней величине кровопотери, частоте конверсий, при этом РА операции отличались боль-шей средней продолжительностью. Полученные нами результаты сходны с данными литературы [15][16][17][18]. В некоторых исследованиях отмечается меньшая кро-вопотеря при РА операциях по сравнению с ЛС, что относится к одному из преимуществ РА техноло-гии, однако в нашей работе это различие не было статистически значимым.…”
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