Kidney Stone Laser Treatment in Delhi NCR
कम खर्च और कम दर्द (Painless )में अब निकलेगी गुर्दे की पथरी I
मिनी व अल्ट्रॉमिनी पर्क MINI /ULTRAMINI PERC technique तकनीक से एक ही छेद से गुर्दे की पथरी को निकालना संभव हो गया है। इससे मरीज को दर्द कम होता है, सर्जरी के दौरान खून कम बहता है (less blood loss )और इलाज के बाद अस्पताल से भी छुट्टी जल्दी मिल जाती है।
वो भी बहुत खर्च में।
जबकि मिनी पर्क विधि से 5 mm मिलीमीटर से लेकर 25 mm मिलीमीटर की तक की पथरी (stone)को निकाला जा सकता है। इससे बड़ी पथरी के लिए दूरबीन technique विधि का प्रयोग करना पड़ता है।
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Flexible Ureteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure used to reach any part of kidney (Pelvicalyceal System) through the urinary passage and to diagnose and treat small kidney tumors or stones.
This procedure is also done under spinal or general anesthesia and needs only one day of hospital stay and can resume work with in 3 days.
This procedure is an approach that uses an instrument to break kidney stones into smaller parts. For the laser approach, a physician inserts a optical fiber often no bigger than a hair into the patient's ureter, drawing the fiber upward until it reaches the kidney stones. The laser is activated, and the energy burst causes the stone to break apart while leaving the ureter's tissue unharmed.
Once the stones burst, the remaining pieces are passed through the ureter and expelled in the urine. A physician also may opt to insert a catheter that removes the pieces immediately following the laser procedure.
Laser surgery for kidney stone was invented in 1980s at Wellman Center for Photomedicine. This is not a real surgery as the kidney stones are removed through laser energy. Candela Corporation got the license for the technology and developed the pioneer commercial laser lithotripsy system.
Laser kidney stone treatment has high efficiency but the number of sittings with a doctor actually depends upon the size of the stones. The success rate of laser surgery for kidney stone for stones up to 15mm (0.6in) is as high as 80%. The range of successful cases is 50-80%. The surgeon may insert a stent (plastic tube) to facilitate the passing of the stone fragments to the bladder.
Ureteroscopy is a commonly used treatment involving the use of an instrument called ureteroscope (a fibre-optic and small sized instrument).
The best part with this treatment is that there are no incisions caused to the patient who is given general anesthesia for the surgery.
The stones can be removed by either grasping them if small sized or firstly breaking them into small pieces and then performing the laser surgery kidney stones with flexible or rigid ureteroscope. There remains a risk of heavy blood loss and infection during kidney stone surgery done in open operation whereas in this procedure no cut is given.
You should think of laser surgery kidney stones if the following symptoms of kidney stones persist.
The symptoms will be clearly identifiable when the stones are large enough to block the passage of urine through the urinary bladder.
The commonly complained symptoms include pain centered in the flank and may move toward the front abdomen or to the groin area. In case of acute situation the patient can suffer from sensations of nausea and actual vomiting. Hematuria can also surface in acute cases. If a person is diabetic then he can also suffer from fever due to inability to pass infected urine.
There is high risk of stone formation if: