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[Organisation and early outcome after radical prostatectomy in Denmark 2004-2007]

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[Organisation and early outcome after radical prostatectomy in Denmark 2004-2007]. / Borre, M.; Iversen, P.; Bendixen, A.; Iversen, M.G.; Kehlet, H.

I: Ugeskrift for læger, Bind 170, Nr. 34, 2008, s. 2545-2549.

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Borre, M, Iversen, P, Bendixen, A, Iversen, MG & Kehlet, H 2008, '[Organisation and early outcome after radical prostatectomy in Denmark 2004-2007]', Ugeskrift for læger, bind 170, nr. 34, s. 2545-2549.

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Borre, M., Iversen, P., Bendixen, A., Iversen, M. G., & Kehlet, H. (2008). [Organisation and early outcome after radical prostatectomy in Denmark 2004-2007]. Ugeskrift for læger, 170(34), 2545-2549.

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Borre M, Iversen P, Bendixen A, Iversen MG, Kehlet H. [Organisation and early outcome after radical prostatectomy in Denmark 2004-2007]. Ugeskrift for læger. 2008;170(34):2545-2549.

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Borre, M. ; Iversen, P. ; Bendixen, A. ; Iversen, M.G. ; Kehlet, H. / [Organisation and early outcome after radical prostatectomy in Denmark 2004-2007]. I: Ugeskrift for læger. 2008 ; Bind 170, Nr. 34. s. 2545-2549.

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title = "[Organisation and early outcome after radical prostatectomy in Denmark 2004-2007]",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: The organisation, volume and early morbidity after radical prostatectomy has not been researched in Denmark. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The National Hospital Register was searched for all radical prostatectomies in Denmark from 2004-2007, including mortality and readmissions. RESULTS: In total, 1469 radical prostatectomies were performed, initially in 9 departments, decreasing to 6 departments in 2007. From 2004 to 2007 the number of operations increased by approximately 60%. Median hospital stay was 4 days (mean 5.1 days) without any differences between departments. Mortality was 0.2%. CONCLUSION: There is an increasing rate of radical prostatectomies in Denmark. It is proposed that a national database be established to monitor early and long-term outcomes, including the role of surgical technique (nerve sparing, laparoscopic/robotic surgery, etc.) in order to ensure optimal organisation Udgivelsesdato: 2008/8/18",
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T1 - [Organisation and early outcome after radical prostatectomy in Denmark 2004-2007]

AU - Borre, M.

AU - Iversen, P.

AU - Bendixen, A.

AU - Iversen, M.G.

AU - Kehlet, H.

PY - 2008

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N2 - BACKGROUND: The organisation, volume and early morbidity after radical prostatectomy has not been researched in Denmark. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The National Hospital Register was searched for all radical prostatectomies in Denmark from 2004-2007, including mortality and readmissions. RESULTS: In total, 1469 radical prostatectomies were performed, initially in 9 departments, decreasing to 6 departments in 2007. From 2004 to 2007 the number of operations increased by approximately 60%. Median hospital stay was 4 days (mean 5.1 days) without any differences between departments. Mortality was 0.2%. CONCLUSION: There is an increasing rate of radical prostatectomies in Denmark. It is proposed that a national database be established to monitor early and long-term outcomes, including the role of surgical technique (nerve sparing, laparoscopic/robotic surgery, etc.) in order to ensure optimal organisation Udgivelsesdato: 2008/8/18

AB - BACKGROUND: The organisation, volume and early morbidity after radical prostatectomy has not been researched in Denmark. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The National Hospital Register was searched for all radical prostatectomies in Denmark from 2004-2007, including mortality and readmissions. RESULTS: In total, 1469 radical prostatectomies were performed, initially in 9 departments, decreasing to 6 departments in 2007. From 2004 to 2007 the number of operations increased by approximately 60%. Median hospital stay was 4 days (mean 5.1 days) without any differences between departments. Mortality was 0.2%. CONCLUSION: There is an increasing rate of radical prostatectomies in Denmark. It is proposed that a national database be established to monitor early and long-term outcomes, including the role of surgical technique (nerve sparing, laparoscopic/robotic surgery, etc.) in order to ensure optimal organisation Udgivelsesdato: 2008/8/18

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