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4 Methods of anastomosis for multiple renal arteries. 5), without concerns over warm ischemia. 4e). This large single anastomosis can be performed more quickly than the multiple small anastomoses, limiting warm-ischemic time. Sutureless vascular anastomosis Although suturing remains the standard technique, the quest for simpler, faster, and less technically demanding methods of performing vascular anastomosis has led to the development of a number of alternative sutureless techniques. Those currently available commercially include rings, clips, and stents.
Mean operating time was 152 minutes, delayed graft function was 0%, open conversion for bleeding was necessary in four patients (2%), and mean length of stay for the donor was 2 days. However, there are no randomized controlled trials of RALDN, and currently there is no clear evidence of any clinical beneﬁt from roboticassisted procurement. The greatest barrier to RALDN is currently the cost of purchasing and maintaining the robotic equipment. 25 million. Unless this ﬁgure drops dramatically, this technology is going to be unavailable to the vast majority of transplant centers, particularly without evidence of resounding clinical or cost beneﬁts over conventional laparoscopic donor nephrectomy.
A 6 cm Pfannenstiel incision is then made, followed by a small incision in the peritoneum, and an endoscopic retrieval bag is introduced into the abdominal cavity. 2 Incisions for left LDN to maintain pneumoperitoneum. The ureter is ﬁrst clipped and divided, and the renal vessels are then clipped or stapled. The kidney is placed in the bag and retrieved through the Pfannenstiel incision; it is then removed to the back table and ﬂushed with preservative solution. Repeat laparoscopy is performed to ensure hemostasis prior to withdrawal of the ports and closure of the incisions.