Prominent publications by Robert R Robertazzi

KOL Index score: 9317

OBJECTIVE: Umbilical cord blood is an effective alternative to bone marrow as a source of hematopoietic stem cells in transplantation. However, the amount of donor blood and the cell content that are collected may be insufficient for engraftment in some adult recipients. This study identifies obstetric factors that affect retrievable placental cord blood volume.

STUDY DESIGN: A retrospective analysis of factors that were obtained by direct observation or medical record review that were ...

Known for Umbilical Cord |  Blood Volume |  Obstetric Factors |  Delivery Placenta |  Retrospective Analysis
KOL Index score: 5501

OBJECTIVE: The present study examines the patient's own appraisal of her sexual responsiveness after hysterectomy.

STUDY DESIGN: Four hundred women who had undergone hysterectomy within a 3-year period were selected randomly and asked to respond to a questionnaire that was devised to ascertain the patient's own objective evaluation of self-image, sexuality, and sexual response before and after hysterectomy. The confidential responses were analyzed, noting the presence of any significant ...

Known for Sexual Response |  Psychological Surveys |  Vaginal Hysterectomy |  Total Abdominal |  Body Image
KOL Index score: 4155

INTRODUCTION: Residents traditionally acquire surgical skills through on-the-job training. Minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques present additional demands to master complex surgical procedures in a remote 2-dimensional venue. We examined the effectiveness of a brief warm-up laparoscopic simulation toward improving operative proficiency.

METHODS: Using a "Poor-Man's Laparoscopy Simulator," 12 Ob/Gyn residents and 12 medical students were allocated 10 minutes to transfer 30 tablets ...

Known for Gyn Residents |  Surgical Skills |  Warm Laparoscopic |  Internship Residency |  Performance Clinical
KOL Index score: 2437

OBJECTIVE: The present study developed and evaluated a practical teaching model and training protocol for Word catheter placement in the treatment of a Bartholin gland cyst.

STUDY DESIGN: Residents were asked to treat a model of the female perineum, fashioned from harvested porcine tissue, with a simulated Bartholin cyst via Word catheter placement and drainage. Each resident was evaluated for procedural competence. They were retested after the viewing of a continuous 59-second video ...

Known for Word Catheter |  Bartholin Gland Cyst |  Drainage Female |  Vulvar Diseases |  Internship Residency


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sexual response hysterectomy #7
warm laparoscopic #16
response hysterectomy #26
sexuality hysterectomy #27
bartholin gland cyst #33
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word catheter #49
glands catheterization #63

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Robert R Robertazzi:Expert Impact

Concepts for whichRobert R Robertazzihas direct influence:Sexual response,  Umbilical cord,  Word catheter,  Cord blood,  Umbilical cord blood,  Obstetric factors,  Delivery placenta,  Women hysterectomy.

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Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Robert R Robertazzi has influence:Cord blood,  Subtotal hysterectomy,  Sexual function,  Laparoscopic surgery,  Surgical simulation,  Hohl instrument,  Word catheter.



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