Robot Prostatectomy Predictors: One year continence rate
Calculate the continence rate of your patient - one year after robot prostatectomy.

This information can be used pre-operative (and post-operative) to counsel and inform your patient about his one-year continence outcome and support patient expectations and thereby post-operative quality of life. It is suitable for all robot prostatectomy patients.

Definitions:
- Continence = 0 & 1 safety Pad-use
- Incontinence = daily 1, 2, 3+ Pad-use

Continence rates of the population which the calculator is based on:
- 80% 1 year continence rate
- 85% 3 year continence rate
- 87% 5 year continence rate

 
Research authors: Eelco R.P. Collette, Sjoerd O. Klaver, Birgit I. Lissenberg-Witte, Dies van den Ouden, Reindert J.A. van Moorselaar, André N. Vis
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Your patient has chance on continence one year after robot prostatectomy.

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This information can be used pre-operatively (and post-operatively) to counsel and inform your patient about his one-year continence outcome, and support patient expectations and thereby post-operative quality of life.

Definitions:
- Continence = 0 & 1 safety Pad-use
- Incontinence = daily 1, 2, 3+ Pad-use

Continence rates of the population which the calculator is based on:
- 80% 1 year continence rate
- 85% 3 year continence rate
- 87% 5 year continence rate

Dutch national continence rates after prostatectomy = 26% defined bij 1 or more declarated pads per day.  

Source: Research by dutch health insurers and dutch urological society: www.zn.nl/338067458?newsitemid=2934079488 & www.ntvg.nl/artikelen/hoe-vaak-incontinentie-na-radicale-prostatectomie

Kaplan Meier Curve Continence rates of the population which the calculator is based on:

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