Circumcision is one of the most common surgical procedures in the world. Despite it is known its wide prevalence for religious and medical reasons in children, it remains a controversial practice in paediatric age. To date, there is no described the gold standard technique to circumcise paediatric patients. We started to use glue for circumcision about 2 years ago. We designed this prospective study with the aim to compare two surgical techniques, which were used in our hospital to perform circumcision in children. The implication for practice was the understanding if there were differences between these approaches related to patient's and parents benefits to manage this condition and benefits for surgeon and hospital in term of saving money and time.

Angotti, R., Cerchia, E., Molinaro, F., Bulotta, A.L., Ferrara, F., Bindi, E., et al. (2016). Circumcision with Glubran(®) 2 in children: experience of Italian Center. GLAND SURGERY, 5(4), 391-7-397 [10.21037/gs.2016.03.03].

Circumcision with Glubran(®) 2 in children: experience of Italian Center

MOLINARO, FRANCESCO;MESSINA, MARIO
2016-01-01

Abstract

Circumcision is one of the most common surgical procedures in the world. Despite it is known its wide prevalence for religious and medical reasons in children, it remains a controversial practice in paediatric age. To date, there is no described the gold standard technique to circumcise paediatric patients. We started to use glue for circumcision about 2 years ago. We designed this prospective study with the aim to compare two surgical techniques, which were used in our hospital to perform circumcision in children. The implication for practice was the understanding if there were differences between these approaches related to patient's and parents benefits to manage this condition and benefits for surgeon and hospital in term of saving money and time.
Angotti, R., Cerchia, E., Molinaro, F., Bulotta, A.L., Ferrara, F., Bindi, E., et al. (2016). Circumcision with Glubran(®) 2 in children: experience of Italian Center. GLAND SURGERY, 5(4), 391-7-397 [10.21037/gs.2016.03.03].
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