Laser Prostate Surgery in Bhopal
Laser Prostate Surgery
The interior of the prostate gland that is obstructing urine flow can be removed by the surgeon using a HoLEP technique. No skin wounds are made during the procedure because it is done through the urethra.
Prostatectomy with holmium laser enucleation(HOLEP)
Either a general anesthetic or a spinal anesthetic is used to perform the procedure. The ideal choice for you will be suggested by your anesthesiologist.
The prostate-narrowing region is located by inserting a small camera known as a cystoscope down the urethra. The inner portion of the prostate and the associated urethra can be safely removed thanks to the deployment of a laser fiber through the cystoscope. The prostate that is still present acts as an outer covering. The excised tissue is taken out and brought to the lab to be examined under a microscope. At the conclusion of the procedure, a urethral catheter is introduced into the bladder. A tube on the catheter allows fluid to flow through it continually and flush out any blood clots that form in the first 12 hours following surgery.
Modulate to severe urinary problems brought on by benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) are treated by prostate laser surgery (BPH).
Your doctor puts a scope into the tube that carries urine from your bladder via the tip of your penis during prostate laser surgery (urethra).
Lasers use focused light to produce precise and intense heat. There are several variations of prostate laser surgery, including
Prostate photoselective vaporisation (PVP):
Holmium laser prostate ablation (HoLAP):
This process uses a different laser but is comparable to PVP.
Using a Holmium laser to remove the prostate (HoLEP).
A laser is used to cut and remove the protruding prostate tissue that is obstructing the urethra. The prostate tissue is then divided into manageable chunks that can be removed using a different tool.