Source: MedWire News
“Briefly, higher hospital and surgeon volumes are associated with a decreased risk of most in-hospital complications after RP,” the team concludes.
They add: “These associations are statistically significant and likely to be clinically important, especially if doubling hospital or surgical volume can lead to an 8% to 9% decrease in the rate of any complication.”
Another study, this one from Canada, showing that hospital and surgeon volume are both related to lower rates of complications for prostate cancer surgery.
I am pleased to say that I am close to 500 robotic prostatectomies and my partner and I have combined for over 600.