The Urology Department of Princess Durre Shehvar Hospital provides patients with urologic problems with comprehensive treatment. Our team of skilled urologists, nurses, and support personnel collaborates to create individualised treatment regimens that take into account the particular requirements and objectives of each patient. We treat a variety of urologic disorders, such as:
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are frequent urologic disorders that may be painful and uncomfortable. Our urologists have expertise using a variety of drugs and treatments to diagnose and treat UTIs.
- Kidney stones are hard mineral deposits that may be very painful and uncomfortable. Kidney stones may be treated in a variety of ways by our urology department, including medication management, minimally invasive techniques, and surgery.
- Unable to regulate their bladder or bowels, a person with incontinence has this problem. In order to address incontinence and enhance patients' quality of life, our team of urologists and nurses collaborate with patients to create individualised treatment regimens.
- Prostate cancer: Men are often diagnosed with this malignancy. Prostate cancer patients may get complete care from our urology department, which includes pre- and post-treatment planning, diagnostic testing, and follow-up care.
- Erectile dysfunction (ED): Having trouble getting or keeping an erection is a common urologic disorder known as erectile dysfunction (ED). Our urologists have expertise in the diagnosis and management of ED using a variety of therapeutic modalities, such as drugs, hoover equipment, and surgery.
- Male infertility: Our urology department provides complete care, including diagnostic evaluation and therapy planning, for this condition. To create individualised treatment programmes for individuals with infertility, we collaborate closely with our colleagues in the infertility department.
We provide a variety of minimally invasive treatments for the treatment of urologic disorders, such as operations to remove kidney stones and treat urinary tract obstructions.
Our Urology Department at Princess Durre Shehvar Hospital is dedicated to giving patients with urologic disorders kind, individualised treatment. In order to create treatment regimens that are specific to each patient's requirements and objectives, we work closely with them and their families. Please get in touch with us right away if you have signs of a urologic problem or if you want to know more about our urology department.
The Urology Department of Princess Durre Shehvar Hospital provides a variety of therapy options for patients suffering from urologic diseases. These practises might involve:
- Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP): A surgical treatment called a transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is done to treat an enlarged prostate gland. A urologist will perform the operation to remove extra prostate tissue that is the source of the urinary problems.
- Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL): It is a minimally invasive technique for kidney stone treatment. Kidney stones are broken up into tiny bits throughout the process so that they may be passed via the urine. High-energy shock waves are employed to accomplish this.
- Ureteroscopy: A minimally invasive treatment called ureteroscopy is used to identify and treat obstructions in the urinary system. A tiny scope is placed into the urethra and into the bladder and ureters during the operation to enable the urologist to see and clear any obstructions.
- Transurethral bladder tumor resection (TURBT): The surgical treatment known as transurethral bladder tumour resection (TURBT) is performed to treat bladder cancer. With a specialised tool introduced via the urethra, a urologist will perform the surgery to remove malignant tissue from the bladder.
- Vasectomy: Vasectomy is a surgical procedure used to permanently prevent pregnancy in men. During the procedure, the vas deferens, which carries sperm from the testicles to the urethra, is cut or blocked.
- Prostate biopsy: The process of doing a prostate biopsy is used to identify prostate cancer. A little piece of prostate tissue is taken out during the surgery and checked for malignant cells.
- Artificial urinary sphincter implantation: Male urinary incontinence is treated surgically by implanting an artificial urinary sphincter. To assist regulate urine flow, a synthetic urinary sphincter device is placed around the urethra.
- Cystoscopy: Cystoscopy is a technique used to look for anomalies in the bladder and urethra. A tiny scope is placed into the urethra and into the bladder during the operation to enable the urologist to inspect the region and, if required, obtain tissue samples.
Our Urology Department at Princess Durre Shehvar Hospital provides a variety of urologic problem patients with treatment options. Together, you and one of our skilled urologists will create a specific treatment strategy that takes into account your particular requirements and objectives. Please get in touch with us right away if you have signs of a urologic problem or if you want to know more about our urology department and the treatments we provide.