Gas (Oxygen) insufflation: A new technique for the visualization of the operative field during hypospadias surgery.

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Summary of "Gas (Oxygen) insufflation: A new technique for the visualization of the operative field during hypospadias surgery."

Maintaining a bloodless operative field is a crucial step in achieving success and reducing complications in hypospadias surgery. So, far, the most harmless and least damaging technique in terms of penile tissue oxygenation during hemostasis has not still been defined. We aimed to present our new technique of gas (oxygen) insufflation for better visualization of the operative field, and to compare this with the control group, where a wet sponge was used for hemostasis.


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Name: Turkish journal of urology
ISSN: 2149-3235
Pages: 456-460


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