Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy (RARP) is a minimally invasive procedure for removal of the prostate due to cancer. It is the most common surgical treatment for this condition.
What can patients expect?
Recovery tends to involve one night in the hospital and placement of a foley catheter for 10-14 days. Patients are advised to avoid heavy lifting for 6 weeks following surgery.
If you want to learn more about this procedure or other pelvic health resources and options, call the CHI Health pelvic health navigator at 402-717-PELV (7358).