Urology

Introduction

Urology, also known as Genitourinary Surgery, is a surgical super-specialty that treats diseases of the kidneys, ureter, bladder, prostate, testes, penis, and urethra, as well as genital malformations. It also helps CKD patients by performing kidney transplants. The department also offers emergency Urology services such as renal colic, acute urinary retention, testicular torsion, penile fracture, priapism, genitourinary trauma, urosepsis management, and so on. Urology has become an innovative field of surgery where art truly meets technological innovations as a result of various technological advancements. We have recently begun Endo-Urology, Uro-Oncology, and Laparoscopic Urology services, in addition to general and open Urology.

The Urology department is on the third floor of the new OPD building. The department was established on August 18, 2018. On September 3, 2018, the department launched its first OPD service. Since then, the OPD has been open five days a week, from Monday to Friday. IPD services began on October 1, 2018, with the first patient operating on October 5, 2018. The vision is to provide comprehensive care to OPD and IPD patients while also establishing the department as a centre of excellence for urological academic training and research.

The department is actively seeking renal transplant services and robotic integration, as well as MCH seats for resident training, to add to its portfolio.

  • IPD: There are 30 beds in Urology ward on the third floor of the IPD building.

  • Clinical:
    • OPD services for new patients, referral and follow-up care, and inter-departmental consultations
    • IPD services - The department is well equipped and is providing its services for open, laparoscopic, and endourological procedures. As of now, the department covers Uro-oncology is the study of all types of urological cancers, Advanced laparoscopic surgery Urology, Endourology of all kinds and methods, in genitourinary surgery. Besides it is also catering to services in andrology, Men's health care, Services in urogynaecology and various USG-based interventions. As of now, the department also covers all types of urological cancers in Uro-oncology and advanced laparoscopic Urology in genitourinary surgery.
    • Day care: Biopsy, stent removal, office cystoscopy, prostate biopsy, catheterization, uroflowmetry, suprapubic cystostomy, percutaneous nephrostomy, and other procedures are being performed.
    • O.T. Services - The services were severely impacted because the covid 19 pandemic wiped out almost the entire period and the hospital was a dedicated COVID care facility. Despite these constraints, we were able to make the following contributions to providing health care facilities in the contemporary era. Number of day care surgeries performed were 150 including interventions on COVID positive patients.
  • Community Services
    • Patients and the general public are becoming more aware of urological diseases.
  • Teaching & Training:
    • Teaching and training in urology for two senior residents, four junior residents, and a staff nurse.

SL No.Name of FacultyDesignation
1.Dr. Kamlesh Gunjan, MS M.Ch.Assistant Professor & Head
2.Dr. Vipin Chandra, MS M.Ch.Assistant Professor

All Urology and Andrology services, every Monday to Friday as of now. Uro-oncology OPD on Friday’s.

    SPECIAL /ADVANCED SURGERIES
  • BMG Urethroplasty
  • Perineal Urethroplasty
  • CPE + BNI
  • CPE + OIU
  • TURBT
  • CPE + TURP
  • CPE + Ureteric Catheterization
  • CPE + Cystolithotripsy
  • USG Guided Pcn Drainage
  • Hypospadias Repair
  • Total Penectomy With Perineal Urethrostomy With B/L Orchidectomy
  • Left Pyelolithotomy
  • Rt. Open Pyelolityhotomy With Pyloplasty + Lt. Rgp With Catheterization + Hernioplasty
  • Laparoscopic Nephrectomy
  • Lap. Adrenalectomy
  • PCNL

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