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The investigators try to investigate the benefit of early administration (immediately after urethral catheter removal) of sildenafil after nerve-sparing RALP for 3 months. The investigators will compare the potency rates up to 2 years after nerve-sparing RALP in men with on- demand sildenafil 100mg dosing from the early postoperative period (immediately after urethral catheter removal) with from the delayed postoperative period (3 months after RP).
Various studies using animal models of CN neuroparaxia and clinical trials have demonstrated somewhat beneficial effect of PDE-5 inhibitors on smooth muscle cells of the corpus cavernosum. PDE-5 inhibitors including sildenafil have demonstrated the effectiveness in the management of postprostatectomy ED. In the animal experiments, PDE-5 inhibitors lowered the severity of the fibrosis in the corpus cavernosum of rats with CN cutting. In the clinical trials, on-demand dosing or routine dosing of PDE-5 inhibitors improved the potency rates in men received NSRP, and improvements of the potency rate did not appear to be statistically different among two dosing regimens.
But, there are few studies on the potency rate according to the start time of the administration of PDE-5 inhibitors (eg. early vs. delayed post-operative dosing). At present, it is not conclusive that whether nerve-sparing RALP provides more higher potency rate than conventional surgery in men with prostate cancers. But, with more precise dissection of CN, the robotic surgery appears to have more chances to maintain the potency in men received RP.
Allocation: Randomized, Control: Active Control, Endpoint Classification: Efficacy Study, Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment, Masking: Open Label, Primary Purpose: Treatment
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Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
Published on BioPortfolio: 2014-07-23T21:11:01-0400
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