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Cystoscopy & Dj Stent Removal, India

Cystoscopy & Dj Stent Removal

India

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Additional Credit

Among the important extras we offer as part of the Additional Credit are the following:

  • Site Tourism For The Patient & Attendant
  • Airport Pick & Drop Service
  • Ambulance service at airport
  • Priority appointments with The Doctor
  • Cancel Easily Anytime with Full Refund
  • Room Upgradation
  • Free Online Doctor Consultation Valued at USD 20
  • Free hotel Stay for 5 to 7 days Accordingly
  • Welcome Kit at Arrival
  • Interpreter
  • Medical Visa Assistance

  • Doctor consultation charges
  • Lab tests and diagnostic charges
  • Room charges inside hospital during the procedure
  • Surgeon Fee
  • Cost of implant
  • Nursing charges
  • Hospital surgery suite charges
  • Anesthesia charges
  • Routine medicines and routine consumables (bandages, dressings etc.)
  • Food and Beverages inside hospital stay for patient and one attendant.

  • Extra Radiology Investigations
  • Healthcare Professionals Charges of other consultations.
  • Other Requested Services such as Laundry etc.
  • Additional Pharmaceutical Products and Medicines After Discharge from Hospital.
  • Management of Conditions Unrelated to Procedures or Pre-Existing.
  • The cost of any additional implants will be in addition to the package cost.

Cystoscopy & Dj Stent Removal:

Cystoscopy and DJ stent removal is the procedure used to remove the DJ stent. The patient is made to lay down on a table, and a local anaesthetic Jelly is injected into the urinary canal, following which a scope is introduced, and the DJ stent is visualised and retrieved using endoscopic forceps.

The removal of a DJ stent might take anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes, depending on the patient's medical condition.

You may experience crimson urine once the stent is removed, potentially with some tiny clots. Due to ureteral spasms, you may also have "achy" pain. This usually only lasts a few hours, but it should go away in the next few of days.

Disease Overview:

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)

As men become older, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), often known as prostate gland enlargement, becomes more frequent. An enlarged prostate gland can produce unpleasant urinary symptoms including stopping urine from leaving the bladder. It can also create difficulties with the bladder, urinary system, or kidneys.

Prostate gland enlargement can be treated with a variety of options, including medicines, minimally invasive therapy, and surgery. You and your doctor will evaluate your symptoms, the size of your prostate, any other health concerns you may have, and your preferences when deciding on the best alternative.

Disease Signs and Symptoms

The intensity of symptoms in patients with enlarged prostate glands vary, but they tend to get worse over time. The following are some of the most common indications and symptoms of BPH:

  • Urge to urinate often or urgently
  • Urination is more frequent at night (nocturia)
  • Urination is difficult to begin.
  • At the conclusion of urination, a weak urine stream or one that pauses and resumes dribbling
  • Inability to empty the bladder entirely

The following are some of the less prevalent indications and symptoms:

  • Infection of the urinary tract
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Urine with blood

The severity of your symptoms isn't always determined by the size of your prostate. Some men with slightly enlarged prostates might experience considerable symptoms, while others with significantly enlarged prostates may only experience minor urine problems. In some men, symptoms eventually stabilize and might even improve over time.

Disease Causes:

Underneath your bladder lies the prostate gland. The urethra (the tube that takes urine from the bladder out of your penis) passes through the prostate's core. When the prostate grows larger, it begins to obstruct the flow of urine.

Most men's prostates continue to develop throughout their lives. Many men's prostates swell to the point where they produce urinary symptoms or considerably obstruct urine flow as a result of their continuing development.

Disease Diagnosis:

Your doctor will begin by inquiring about your symptoms in detail and performing a physical examination. The following items are likely to be included in this first examination:

  • Rectal examination with a digital camera. To examine for prostate enlargement, the doctor puts a finger into the rectum.
  • A urine test is performed. An infection or other illnesses that might produce similar symptoms can be ruled out by analysing a sample of your urine.
  • A blood test is required. The results might point to an issue with the kidneys.
  • Blood test for prostate-specific antigen (PSA). PSA is a hormone generated by the prostate gland. When you have an enlarged prostate, your PSA levels rise. PSA levels can also be increased as a result of recent operations, infection, surgery, or prostate cancer.

Following that, your doctor may suggest more testing to confirm or rule out an enlarged prostate.

These tests include the following:

  • Urinary flow test is a procedure that measures the flow of urine in the body. You pee into a container connected to a machine that measures the strength and volume of urine you produce. The findings of your tests might help you assess whether your health is improving or worse over time.
  • Test for residual volume after voiding. This test determines if you can totally empty your bladder. The test can be performed using ultrasonography or by putting a catheter into your bladder after you have urinated to determine how much pee is remaining in your bladder.
  • A voiding journal that lasts 24 hours. If more than one-third of your daily urinary output occurs at night, keeping track of the frequency and volume of pee may be extremely beneficial.

If your problem is more serious, your doctor may suggest that you:

  • Ultrasound in the transrectal area. To measure and analyse your prostate, an ultrasound probe is put into your rectum.
  • Biopsy of the prostate. Transrectal ultrasonography is used to guide needles used to obtain prostate tissue samples (biopsies). Prostate cancer can be diagnosed or ruled out by examining the tissue.
  • Studies on urodynamics and pressure flow. A catheter is inserted into your bladder through your urethra. Your bladder is progressively injected with water or, less usually, air. The pressure in your bladder can then be measured by your doctor to see how well your bladder muscles are performing. These tests are often reserved for men who have suspected neurological disorders or who have undergone a previous prostate operation and are still experiencing symptoms.
  • Cystoscopy. Your doctor will place a lighted, flexible device (cystoscope) into your urethra to view inside your urethra and bladder. Before the exam, you will be given a local anaesthetic.

Disease Treatment

An enlarged prostate can be treated with a range of options, including medication, minimally invasive therapy, and surgery. The optimum treatment option for you is determined by a number of criteria, including:

  • Your prostate's dimensions
  • Age
  • Your general well-being
  • The level of discomfort or annoyance you're feeling
  • If your symptoms are manageable, you may choose to postpone therapy and merely monitor them. Symptoms in some men may improve without therapy.

Medication

For mild to severe symptoms of prostate enlargement, medication is the most frequent therapy. Among the possibilities are:

Alpha-blocking agents. These drugs relax the bladder neck muscles and the prostate muscle fibres, making urination simpler.

Inhibitors of 5-alpha reductase. These drugs reduce prostate size by inhibiting hormonal changes that cause it to expand.

Drug treatment in combination. If one medicine isn't working, your doctor may prescribe a combination of an alpha blocker and a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor.

Tadalafil is a drug that is used to treat erect (Cialis). According to research, this drug, which is commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction, can also be used to treat prostate enlargement.

Surgical or minimally invasive therapies

If you have any of the following symptoms, minimally invasive or surgical treatment may be recommended:

  • Your signs and symptoms range from mild to severe.
  • Your symptoms have not been alleviated by medication.
  • You have a blockage in your urinary tract, bladder stones, blood in your urine, or kidney issues.
  • You prefer a long-term solution.

If you have the following conditions, minimally invasive or surgical therapy may not be a choice for you:

  • An infection of the urinary system that has gone untreated
  • Urethral stricture is a condition that affects the urethra.
  • Prostate radiation therapy or urinary tract surgery is a risk factor.
  • Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis are examples of neurological disorders.

Any prostate operation might result in negative side effects. Complications may arise depending on the technique you choose:

  • During ejaculation, sperm flows backward into the bladder instead of out via the penis (retrograde ejaculation)
  • Urinary incontinence for a short period of time
  • Infection of the urinary tract
  • Bleeding
  • Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition that affects men
  • Bladder control loss is a rare occurrence (incontinence)

Minimally invasive or surgical treatments come in a variety of forms.

Prostate excision through the urethra (TURP)

The surgeon inserts a lighted scope into your urethra and removes everything except the outside section of the prostate. TURP improves symptoms rapidly, and most men notice a boost in urine output shortly after the treatment.

You may require a catheter to empty your bladder briefly after TURP.

Prostate incision via the urethra (TUIP)

The surgeon inserts a lighted scope into your urethra and makes one or two tiny incisions in the prostate gland, making it easier for urine to pass through. If you have a tiny or moderately enlarged prostate gland, this procedure may be a possibility, especially if you have health issues that make other treatments too hazardous.

Thermotherapy using microwaves in the urethra (TUMT)

A particular electrode is inserted into your prostate region through your urethra by your doctor. The electrode's microwave radiation kills the inner section of the enlarged prostate gland, reducing it and making it easier to pass urine.

TUMT may only partly ease your symptoms, and you may not notice any changes for some time. Because re-treatment may be required, this procedure is often reserved for tiny prostates in exceptional cases.

Transurethral needle ablation (TUNA) is a procedure in which a scope is inserted into your urethra and needles are inserted into your prostate gland. The needles are heated and destroyed by radio waves, which heat and kill excess prostate tissue that is obstructing urine flow. In some circumstances, TUNA may be an alternative, although it is no longer commonly utilised.

Laser therapy is a type of treatment that uses light

Overgrown prostate tissue is destroyed or removed with a high-energy laser. Non-laser surgery has a higher risk of adverse effects and may not treat symptoms as quickly as laser therapy.

Special tags are used to compress the sides of the prostate to increase the flow of urine. The procedure might be recommended if you have lower urinary tract symptoms. PUL also might be offered to some men concerned about treatment impact on erectile dysfunction and ejaculatory problems, since the effect on ejaculation and sexual function is much lower with PUL that it is with TURP.

Embolization

In this experimental procedure, the blood supply to or from the prostate is selectively blocked, causing the prostate to decrease in size. Long-term data on the effectiveness of this procedure aren't available.

Open or robot-assisted prostatectomy

The surgeon makes an incision in your lower abdomen to reach the prostate and remove tissue. Open prostatectomy is generally done if you have a very large prostate, bladder damage or other complicating factors. The surgery usually requires a short hospital stay and is associated with a higher risk of needing a blood transfusion.

Men who use blood-thinning drugs and shouldn't undergo other prostate operations may benefit from laser treatment.

The following are some laser treatment options:

Procedures that are considered to be abortive. To enhance urine flow, these techniques vaporise obstructive prostate tissue. Photoselective vaporisation of the prostate (PVP) and holmium laser ablation of the prostate are two examples (HoLAP). Because ablative techniques might induce bothersome urinary symptoms following surgery, a second resection procedure may be required in some cases.

Procedures involving enucleation. Enucleative techniques, such as holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (HoLEP), remove all prostate tissue that is obstructing urine flow and prevent tissue regrowth. Prostate cancer and other disorders can be checked on the tissue that has been removed. Open prostatectomy is identical to these techniques.

Prostatic urethral lift is a term used to describe the lifting of the ureth (PUL)

To stimulate the flow of urine, special tags are utilised to pressure the sidewalls of the prostate. If you experience problems in your lower urinary tract, the operation may be indicated. Because the effect on ejaculation and sexual function is substantially lower with PUL than with TURP, it may be provided to those men who are concerned about the treatment's influence on erectile dysfunction and ejaculatory difficulties.

Embolization

The blood flow to or from the prostate is selectively stopped in this experimental method, causing the prostate to shrink in size. There are no long-term statistics on the efficacy of this surgery.

Prostatectomy, open or robot-assisted

To access the prostate and remove tissue, the surgeon creates an incision in your lower abdomen. If you have a big prostate, bladder injury, or other complicated problems, you may need an open prostatectomy. The operation normally necessitates a brief stay in the hospital and is linked to an increased risk of requiring a blood transfusion.

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2 Days

Days in Hotel *
5 Days

Room Type
Private

* Including Complimentary Hotel Stay for 1 nights for 2 (Patient and 1 Companion)
Dr. Ritesh Mongha

Treating Doctor

Dr. Ritesh Mongha

Urologist,Kidney Transplant Surgeon- Laser Surgeon, Renal Transplant, Reconstructive Surgeon, Vascular Surgery, Blood in Urine, Urinary tract infections, Transurethral resection prostate surgery (TURP), Minimal access urological surgery, Penile implants

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Dr. K. M. Nanjappa

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Dr. K. M. Nanjappa

Urologist- Circumcision, Kidney Stone Treatment, Ureteroscopy, Lithotripsy, Varicocele Surgery, Prostate Cancer, Lithotripsy, Prostate Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Hydrocele Testis treatment, Prostate Cancer, Trans Urethral Resection of Bladder Tumor (TURBT)

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32 Years of Experience

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Dr. Pradeep Vyavahare

Urologist- Renal Transplant, Reconstructive microsurgery, Endoscopic Surgery, Endoscopic Surgery, Male Infertility, Urologic Oncology, Renal Transplant, Male Infertility, Erectile Dysfunction, Minimal access urological surgery

Fortis Hospital, Kalyan Mumbai, India

32 Years of Experience

Dr. Pravin Sawant

Treating Doctor

Dr. Pravin Sawant

Urologist- Vascular Surgeon, Vascular Surgeon, Testicular Cancer, URS, Erectile Dysfunction, Basic and advanced laparoscopic Urology, Kidney Stone

Fortis Hospital, Kalyan Mumbai, India

35 Years of Experience

Dr. Muthu Veeramani

Treating Doctor

Dr. Muthu Veeramani

Urologist- Renal Transplant, Nephrectomy, Uro Oncology, Uro Oncology, Renal Transplant, Uro Oncology, Pediatric Urology, Endo-urology

SIMS Hospital, Vadapalani, Chennai Chennai, India

22 Years of Experience

Dr. Manish Kumar Choudhary

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Dr. Manish Kumar Choudhary

Urologist- Kidney Transplant, Uro Oncology, Laparoscopic Urologicsl Surgery

QRG Super Speciality Hospital Faridabad, India

11 Years of Experience

Dr. Narasimhan Subramanian

Treating Doctor

Dr. Narasimhan Subramanian

Urologist- Urologic oncologist, Robotic Surgeon, Robotic Surgeon, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgeon, Varicocele Surgery, Kidney Transplant, Kidney Transplant, Male Infertility, Endourology, Endourology, Prostate disease, Urogynae, Laparoscopic nephrectomy, Laparoscopic prostatectomy, Cryosurgery, Radiofrequency ablation of Kidney, Robotic assisted radical laparoscopic prostatectomy, Hydrocele Testis treatment, Laser Prostate Surgery, Transurethral Resection of the Prostate

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi New Delhi, India

38 Years of Experience

Dr. Avanish Arora

Treating Doctor

Dr. Avanish Arora

Urologist- Nephrectomy, Prostate Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Endourology, Prostate Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Transurethral resection prostate surgery (TURP), Endourology, Reconstructive Urology, Laparoscopic nephrectomy, Robotic assisted radical laparoscopic prostatectomy, Prostate Cancer, Prostatectomy, Trans Urethral Resection of Bladder Tumor (TURBT)

Nanavati Max Super Speciality Hospital, Mumbai Mumbai, India

26 Years of Experience

Dr. Sanjeev Gulati

Treating Doctor

Dr. Sanjeev Gulati

Nephrologist- Kidney Transplant, Lithotripsy, Kidney Transplant, Kidney Transplant, Urinary Tract /Bladder Stones Treatment, Lithotripsy, Adult Nephrology, Kidney Disease Treatment

Fortis Escorts Heart Institute New Delhi, India

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Dr. Prashant S Nyati

Treating Doctor

Dr. Prashant S Nyati

Surgical oncologist- Cervical Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Robotic surgery for suspecious gynecological cancers, Cervical Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy, Vulvar Cancer, Endometrial or uterine Biopsy, Cervical Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Gynae Oncology, CRS/HIPEC/PIPAC surgery, Gynecologic Cancers ( Uterus/ Cervix/Ovary/Vulva/Vaginal Cancers), Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy, Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC), Robotic radical cystectomy

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