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Table 1 Characteristics of patients undergoing robot-assisted radical prostatectomy (N = 307)

From: Incidence and risk factors of inguinal hernia after robot-assisted radical prostatectomy

Variables   Median value (IQR) or N (%)
Age (years)   67 (63–71)
Preop-PSA (ng/ml)   7.7 (5.6–11.3)
BMI (kg/m2)   24 (22–25)
History of smoking No 118 (38%)
Yes 189 (61%)
Diabetes mellitus Absent 263 (86%)
Present 44 (14%)
Hypertension Absent 141 (46%)
Present 166 (54%)
Ischemic heart disease Absent 276 (90%)
Present 31 (10%)
D’Amico risk classification Low 51 (17%)
Intermediate-high 256 (83%)
Operative time (min)   237 (200–274)
Console time (min)   183 (152–216)
Blood loss (ml)   300 (150–600)
Nerve preservation None 212 (69%)
Unilateral 92 (30%)
Bilateral 3 (1%)
Prostate weight (g)a   40 (30–50)
pT stage pT2a–T2c 205 (67%)
≥pT3a 102 (33%)
Extraprostatic extension Absent 210 (68%)
Present 97 (32%)
Resection margin Negative 233 (76%)
Positive 74 (24%)
  1. Preop preoperative, PSA prostate-specific antigen, BMI body mass index
  2. aProstate weight refers to the weight of the resected prostate