Prostate surgery. It is minimall. Some people say it s close to zero. It is really small. There is an open technique, radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic technique. Although laparoscopy is gaining field, apparently there is a higher rate of urinary incontinence and recurrence with laproscopy. Your urologyst should be able to give you uptodate information on the procedure. Hope it helps.
Nearly 0. The mortality rate should be less than 0.1% for patients undergoing this surgery.
Low but not zero. In the recently published pivot trial assessing prostate surgery vs. Observation, there was 1 death out of 364 men undergoing surgery (0.3%) and adverse events after surgery occurred in 21% of patients (within 30 days).
Extremely low. If i'm reading this right, you're asking about the mortality rate of surgery in general. That would vary from hospital to hospital, according to a study published in the new england journal of medicine, from 3.9% in low mortality rate hospitals to 6.9% in high mortality rate hospitals. The mortality rate associated with prostatectomy itself is very low.
.3 per cent. With a general anesthesia 1 in 10, 000 will die. In adsorción that cardiac and vascular complicaciones can and will add to this.