Urology

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Lasers in urology and its high hemostatic effect

Laser application in the treatment of urological disorders, firstly, promotes natural resorbable scar, and, secondly, leads to a complete restoration of the tissue.

In contrast to conventional operations in urology laser allows doctors not to leave the patient’s body is almost no trace, the maximum – a small scar. It is also important that this small scar does not prevent normal operation and full body.

Laser in Urology allows doctors to treat such diseases as cancer of the bladder, a variety of diseases in general and prostate diseases: genital warts of the skin, the urethra or ureter stenosis (congenital, acquired, benign, malignant), urolithiasis, penile carcinoma, fibro serous polyps meatus in women.

Laser Series ACT in urology allows maximum care to treat, so the risk of damage to the epithelium of the urethra is reduced to the minimum figure. Besides, in Urology laser reduces the risk of constriction of the urethra and urinary incontinence.

The use of laser in urology due to:

  • High hemostatic effect, which is especially important when working with fabrics krovenasyschennymi urinary organs.
  • High-precision operations. When the contact is formed clearly limited impact homogeneous zone carbonization in which the laser light is absorbed well and causes tissue vaporization point.
  • A wide range of therapeutic action
  • The practical absence of side effects, allergic reactions, typical of the influence of pharmacological agents
  • A relatively small circle of contraindications for laser therapy
  • Contactless, aseptic application on the basis of the objective of the dose dependence of therapeutic effect

Worth noting is also the main advantages of using laser in modern urology:

  • Conducting operations without blood
  • Aseptically
  • Slight swelling
  • Minimal pain
  • Minimal use of painkillers
  • Fast recovery
  • High level cosmetic effect

Application examples:

In the area of the prostate:

  • transurethral resection;
  • interstitial resection;
  • resection of carcinomas (via urethral access);
  • prostate adenoma

Bladder tumors:

lining the bladder cancer;

invasive carcinoma;

resection of lymph nodes.

General:

  • endometrial ablation;
  • removal of endometrial polyps;
  • dissection of adhesions of the uterus;
  • removal of walls of the uterus;
  • the method of treatment of uterine interstitial laser therapy.



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