OBJECTIVE: This study was designed to compare perioperative outcomes and postoperative pain of standard laparoscopic (S-LPS), minilaparoscopic (M-LPS), and laparoendoscopic single-site (LESS) hysterectomy. METHODS: A single-institutional, matched, retrospective, cohort study was performed. Between May 2010 and March 2011, 85 consecutive women were submitted to a total laparoscopic hysterectomy by S-LPS, M-LPS, and single-port LESS. Perioperative outcomes of these three techniques were analyzed and compared. RESULTS: Demographics and baseline characteristics of each group were absolutely comparable. The median operative time was longer [105 (range, 75-125) min] in the LESS group compared with the M-LPS group [90 (range, 60-120) min; p < 0.011] and S-LPS [80 (range, 50-110) min; p < 0.001]. No statistically significant differences have been reported for estimated blood loss or intra- and early postoperative complications. Postoperative pain control was better for LESS and M-LPS than S-LPS. CONCLUSIONS: M-LPS and LESS hysterectomy can be performed safely, and both seem to be associated with a halving of early postoperative pain with a lower request of analgesics.

Fanfani, F., Fagotti, A., Rossitto, C., Gagliardi, M. L., Ercoli, A., Gallotta, V., Alletti, S., Monterossi, G., Turco, L. C., Scambia, G., Laparoscopic, minilaparoscopic and single-port hysterectomy: perioperative outcomes, <<SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY>>, 2012; 26 (12): 3592-3596. [doi:10.1007/s00464-012-2377-2] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/40121]

Laparoscopic, minilaparoscopic and single-port hysterectomy: perioperative outcomes

Fanfani, Francesco;Fagotti, Anna;Gagliardi, Maria Lucia;Ercoli, Alfredo;Gallotta, Valerio;Monterossi, Giorgia;Turco, Luigi Carlo;Scambia, Giovanni
2012

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: This study was designed to compare perioperative outcomes and postoperative pain of standard laparoscopic (S-LPS), minilaparoscopic (M-LPS), and laparoendoscopic single-site (LESS) hysterectomy. METHODS: A single-institutional, matched, retrospective, cohort study was performed. Between May 2010 and March 2011, 85 consecutive women were submitted to a total laparoscopic hysterectomy by S-LPS, M-LPS, and single-port LESS. Perioperative outcomes of these three techniques were analyzed and compared. RESULTS: Demographics and baseline characteristics of each group were absolutely comparable. The median operative time was longer [105 (range, 75-125) min] in the LESS group compared with the M-LPS group [90 (range, 60-120) min; p < 0.011] and S-LPS [80 (range, 50-110) min; p < 0.001]. No statistically significant differences have been reported for estimated blood loss or intra- and early postoperative complications. Postoperative pain control was better for LESS and M-LPS than S-LPS. CONCLUSIONS: M-LPS and LESS hysterectomy can be performed safely, and both seem to be associated with a halving of early postoperative pain with a lower request of analgesics.
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Fanfani, F., Fagotti, A., Rossitto, C., Gagliardi, M. L., Ercoli, A., Gallotta, V., Alletti, S., Monterossi, G., Turco, L. C., Scambia, G., Laparoscopic, minilaparoscopic and single-port hysterectomy: perioperative outcomes, <>, 2012; 26 (12): 3592-3596. [doi:10.1007/s00464-012-2377-2] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/40121]
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