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Table 1 Selected reports from 2009-2012 of estimated blood loss during robotic partial nephrectomy with hilar clamping.

From: Description of a multicenter safety checklist for intraoperative hemorrhage control while clamped during robotic partial nephrectomy

Reference Year Series size Estimated blood loss (mean or median) Estimated blood loss (range)
Ficarra et al[3] 2012 347 100 (median) 50-150 (IQR)
Castillo et al[4] 2012 25 440 (mean) 20-2000 (range)
Dulabon et al[5] 2011 446 262 for hilar vs. 208 for nonhilar (p = 0.14) (mean) 50-1250 for hilar, 0-2200 for nonhilar (range)
Naeem et al[6] 2011 97 150 for obese vs. 100 for nonobese (p = 0.03) (mean) 75-250 for obese, 50-150 for nonobese (IQR)
Kaouk et al[7] 2011 252 332 for initial vs. 248 for contemporary (p = 0.04) (mean) 50-1400 for initial, 10-2200 for contemporary (range)
Lorenzo et al[8] 2011 65 243 (mean) 0-1600 (range)
Williams et al[9] 2011 27 180 (mean) NA
Petros et al[10] 2011 95 150 if prior surgery vs. 100 if no prior surgery (p = 0.14) (mean) 69-250 if prior surgery, 50-200 if no prior surgery (IQR)
Gong et al[11] 2010 29 220 (mean) 100-370 (range)
Patel et al[12] 2010 71 100 for ≤ 4 cm vs. 100 for > 4 cm (p = 0.29) (median) 75-200 for ≤ 4 cm vs. 50-200 for > 4 cm (IQR)
Benway et al[13] 2010 183 132 (mean) 10-900 (range)
Scoll et al[14] 2010 100 127 (mean) 50-800 (range)
Benway et al[15] 2009 50 140 (mean) 25-450 (range)
Benway et al[16] 2009 129 155 (mean) NA
Ho et al[17] 2009 20 189 (mean) 50-260 (range)
  1. Adapted from Benway et al.[18] (IQR = Interquartile range, NA = Not available)