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The Pollock Technique for newborn male circumcision

The Pollock Technique for newborn male circumcision

  1. Liquid infant acetaminophen is administered orally 20 minutes before the procedure

  2. The room is heated to 25 °C to help keep the newborn warm

  3. A parent (or guardian) accompanies the child into the procedure room to help calm him, if he is distressed

  4. The newborn is secured onto a soft restraining board wearing a clean diaper

  5. The parent gives a grape-juice-soaked cotton ball to the infant orally to help soothe the newborn during the procedure 2.5 ccs of 0.5% Xylocaine is administered into the dorsal and ventral nerves of the penis eight minutes prior to the circumcision

  6. Hemostats are used to open adhesions from the foreskin to the glans to the level of the corona

  7. Hemostats are placed about two-thirds of the way up the foreskin

  8. The Mogen clamp is applied over the foreskin using the pair of hemostats as a guide

  9. The foreskin is excised with the #23 scalpel T

  10. he glans is liberated Hemostasis is promoted with pressure applied with Coban tape over gauze with petroleum jelly

  11. A blanket is used to help comfort the infant The infant is assessed after 15 minutes.

Reference: Rapid Training and Implementation of the Pollock Technique, a Safe, Effective Newborn Circumcision Procedure, in a Low-Resource Setting. Global Pediatric Health January-December 2015: 1–7 © The Author(s) 2015 DOI: 10.1177/2333794X15589114 gph.sagepub.com

Notes: The Pollock Technique for newborn male circumcision in not different from Mogen clamp circumcision. Mogen clamp is commonly used for Jewish circumcision (brit milah). Other methods for baby circumcision are Gomco clamp circumcision and forceps guided circumcision. In my experience, these methods are not superior to Circumplast or Plastibell circumcision in newborn circumcision.

The complications specific to Mogen clamp circumcision (Pollock Technique) include injury to the glans if it is not below the inferior edge of the clamp, and an asymmetric incomplete circumcision due to malpositioning of the clamp (typically more redundancy ventrally).

Reference: Complications of Circumcision: TheScientificWorldJOURNAL (2011) 11, 2458–2468 ISSN 1537-744X; doi:10.1100/2011/373829)