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Mini-Oral Abstracts Session
Robotic surgery for kidney transplant and other surgical issues

Monday September 12, 2022 | 16:25 to 17:25
Room: E
Track: Kidney

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Dr. Amit Sharma, United States
Robotic-assisted kidney transplantation (RAKT) in obese black Americans (BA) recipients: Evidence of healthcare equity

Dr. Amit Sharma, United States
Robotic-assisted kidney transplants (RAKT) from living donors: Single center experience

Dr. CHANDRA S BHATI, United States
Non Hand Assisted Robotic Kidney Transplantation: The Future

Ignacio Cabrera, Argentina
Laparoscopic nephrectomy for autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease

Dr. Jafar Ahmed, New Zealand
Prophylactic Ureteric Stents in Renal Transplant Recipients; Is early removal associated with higher rates of urological complications. A retrospective analysis of a single institution.

Prof. Franco Citterio, Italy
Early surgical complications in Everolimus (EVR) treated renal transplant recipients

Dr. Burak Ko├žak, Turkey
Implanting a robot-assisted kidney transplant program for transplant surgeons with no robotic surgery background

Dr. Mitzi R Becerra, Mexico
Kidney graft with vascular anatomical variants in a living donor transplant, 20 years of experience in a pediatric reference center

Dr. Arshad B Khan, United States
A Systematic Review Of Perioperative Outcomes In Robotic Assisted Kidney Transplantation

Mr. Ryan Ghita, United Kingdom
A comparison of the effects of intravenous vs oral hydration on subclinical acute kidney injury in laparoscopic donor nephrectomy: A randomised controlled trial

Dr. Dylan R. Barnett, Australia
Selective ureteric stenting is non-inferior to routine stenting for major urological complications following renal transplant in low-risk patients

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