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Laparoscopic Vs Robotic Surgery in Urology

Laparoscopic surgery, sometimes known as keyhole surgery, is performed via small incisions in the abdominal wall. Laparoscopic instruments are inserted through the ports, and the surgeon performs the operation utilising the hand held laparoscopic devices. The camera is inserted through another port while an aide assists the surgeon. Advantages of the Laparoscopic surgery are Small incision Less pain Less blood ...

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Patients Dilemma: How to Choose the Right Treatment?

Over the past few decades, medical technology has advanced significantly. Not only are these modern technology accessible in our nation’s many private hospitals, but they are also getting more inexpensive. The patient has a very tough time selecting the best course of treatment due to the availability. especially with the treatment of cancer. After receiving a cancer diagnosis, patients are ...

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Cancer And Cancer Prevention

If you have recently been diagnosed with cancer, you may be feeling overwhelmed and uncertain about what to do next. Many patients find themselves struggling with cancer diagnosis, and there is no single right way to cope. This blog is designed to help you find the resources and support you need to cope with cancer diagnosis and move forward with ...

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My Robotic Surgery Experience: The Pros And Cons.

As human surgeons, we are constantly striving to stay one step ahead of our competition. To stay ahead in our field, we need to continually hone our skills and keep ahead of new developments in our field. Robotic surgery is a fast-growing field that is constantly evolving and developing. It has already revolutionized the way surgeries are performed and has ...

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Ashvin Cancer Support Group

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Ashvin cancer support group is initiative of Ashvin Clinics, Centre for urology and Robotic surgery. A support group is where two or more people come together regularly and voluntarily to discuss and share their experience. Diagnosis of cancer often leads to strong emotional response. It is the most stressful experience in a person’s life. Patient experiences Shock Anger Disbelief Sadness ...

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Catheter Care

A urinary catheter or a Foley’s catheter is a flexible plastic tube used to drain urine from the urinary bladder when a person cannot urinate. The catheter is held in place without slipping by a small balloon. The catheter allows urine to drain from the bladder into a bag. It can be used for both men and women. A catheter may be ...

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Good bladder habits for all

Do you Go to toilet more than 8 times in a day? Get up night to pass urine more than twice? Drink less than cups of water per day? Go to toilet “Just in case”? Wet yourself when you cough, laugh, sneeze or exercise? Urgency to pass urine and leak before you reach the toilet? Strain to pass urine? Good ...

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Male Infertility

Male infertility is male inability to cause pregnancy in a fertile female. It accounts for one third of cause of infertility in couples. It affects about 7% of all men. Male infertility may be due to Poor quality sperm Small volume Blockage in the sperm pathway Risk factors are Men above the age of 35 Smoking Alcohol Illicit substance abuse ...

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Varicocele

A varicocele is an enlargement of veins within the scrotum. Mostly on the left rarely both sides. They are very similar varicose veins on the legs. Varicoceles are common. It can be found in 15% of general male population. Varicocele can cause Decrease sperm production Effect the quality of the sperm Shrinkage of testicles Symptoms can be Lump in the ...

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