The Urology department was established in 2009. It is fully equipped with the latest and miniature endourological equipments. We cater to the needs of Indian patients from various states and as well as to patients from other countries like Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives and Oman.
We have daily outpatient clinics from Monday to Saturday (9 AM - 5 PM). We see around 2000 outpatients per month and there is no wait list for appointments. Emergency services are offered round the clock, 24 x 7 x 365. Appointments can be fixed up from the Urology Office (Room No. 302).Outpatient procedures include Uroflowmetry, Office cystoscopy, stent removal, TRUS-guided prostate biopsy (BK Flex 500 Ultrasound) and other minor surgical procedures.
Outpatient cystoscopy and stent removal are performed in a painless and comfortable manner using the flexible Cystoscope. We are equipped with a dedicated Urodynamics laboratory and Shock wave lithotripsy suite in the outpatient department. We have committed translators to assist and guide patients from outside states and countries. We have a dedicated billing counter for urology outpatients and they can skip the long waiting queues at billing counters.
The urology ward has 30 committed beds. The rooms are fully air-conditioned having modernized semi-motorized cots. Newspapers, in patients’ local language are provided every day. The staff nurses are specifically trained to provide care to urology patients. The nurse to patient ratio is 1:5.
We have two dedicated modular urology operation theatres with facilities for advanced laparoscopic (keyhole) surgeries, endourological (scarless) operations and kidney transplantation. The state of art equipment include 3D Laparoscopy (Aesculap ® ), Blood-vessel Sealing System (Thunderbeat ® , Olympus), Dornier ® 20 W Holmium Laser lithotripter, Quanta 30W Holmium Laser Lithotripter, Flexible Ureterorenoscopes (Olympus ® P6, Olympus P6R), Modern Dual-modality Lithotripters (EMS Swiss Lithoclast Master ® ), Mini-Nephroscopes (Karl-Storz ® , Olympus ®), Bipolar TURP (TURIS) equipment (Olympus ® ) and Advanced C-Arm (Siemens ®).
We perform on an average 120 operations under anesthesia in a month. Most of the operations are performed by endoscopic (scarless) or laparoscopic (keyhole) methods. The patients experience smooth and speedy recovery and return to their work early. The major 3-D laparoscopic surgeries include Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy, Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy, Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty, Ureteric Reimplantation, Laparoscopic Simple/ Radical nephrectomy, Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy, Laparoscopic Orchidopexy and Repair of Vesicovaginal Fistula. We perform various endourological operations like URS, RIRS, PCNL, mini PERC, TURP, saline TURP and TURBT.
The following urological diseases are treated/ urological procedures are done commonly: (Please click on the link to know more about each disease/ procedure)
Kidney Failure requiring kidney transplantation/ vascular access for hemodialysis
Pediatric Urological diseases including PUJ obstruction, VUR, etc.
Andrology, Male Infertility and Men’s Health
Female Urology and Pelvic Health
The Reconstructive Urology subspeciality clinic runs on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 9 AM and 5 PM. Patients can contact the Urology Office (Room No. 302) for details. This subspeciality deals with complex reconstructions of the urinary tract.
The conditions treated include the following:
Small capacity bladders:Bladder capacity is increased using the intestine
Recto-urethral or recto-vesical fistulae: Abnormal communications of the urinary tract and food passage
Pelvic fracture urethral injury (distraction defect):Total cutoff of the urethra following fracture of the hip bone requiring complex operations to re-establish the continuity
Hypospadias: A condition where the urethral opening is not in its usual position and can be placed in the penis or scrotum, leading to difficulty in passing urine. This is corrected by an operation to bring it back to its usual position
Damage to the ureter:Damage to the tube connecting kidney to bladder due to various causes and a new ureter is made from the small intestine
Bladder neck incompetence:Failure to have urine control, requiring complex reconstruction.
Urethral damage after endoscopic urethral surgery also undergo corrective surgery in the form of urethroplasty using oral mucosal graft.
Patients with long segment block in their urethra or failed repeated operations in the form of corrective urethroplasty
We offer extensive medical procedures to outbound and inbound patients what it is and we are very proud of achievement of our staff, We are all work together to help our all patients for recovery.