Dr. Prunty discusses antibiotic administration for radical cystectomy

"It is safe to give 24 hours or less of antibiotics for radical cystectomy. It does not decrease your infectious complications to have extended duration antibiotics," says Megan Prunty, MD.

In the following interview, Megan Prunty, MD, discusses her recent study, “National adherence to guidelines for antimicrobial prophylaxis for patients undergoing radical cystectomy”. Prunty is a urology resident at University Hospitals through the Case Western University Urology Institute in Cleveland, Ohio.