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Endoscopic Surgery � TURP/TUEVP
How long is the length of stay for Prostate resection surgery?
How is the resection performed?
What is the post-operative care?
What are the common complications?
Where is this procedure offered?
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How long is the length of stay for Prostate resection surgery?
Normally, Prostate will require 2-3 nights stay in the hospital. Post operative check up will be done 1 week after the surgery.
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How is the resection performed?
Prostate requires general or spinal or epidural anesthesia.
A cystoscope is inserted into the urethra thorough the male genital organ and up into the bladder. The bladder is filled with a solution to let surgeon have a clearly vision of its interior.
The surgeon inserts a surgical loop through the cystoscope for removal the portion of the prostate that has become enlarged. A catheter is left in the bladder to pass urine, and to flush the bladder in order to remove accumulated blood clots.
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What is the post-surgical care?
The catheter left in the bladder may make the patient feel the urge to micturition.Sometimes a small blood clot can block the catheter. The catheter will be removed when the urine begins to run clear; this is usually within 2-3 days. When you first start to micturate, you may feel a stinging sensation and the patient urine may be turbid. The patient may also have leaks or dribbles of urine, but this usually disappears within 24 hours.
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What are the common complications?
Prostate syndrome (occurs in about 2 percent of patients, usually within the first 24 hours) includes: hypertension or hypotension, bradycardia (slow heart action) or abnormal heart rhythm, tachypnea (increased respiratory rate), nausea or vomiting, blurred vision, confusion, agitation, coma and shock in very rare serious case.
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Where is this procedure offered?
Egypt
CityHospitalRemarkHSLoSPrice $
CairoDar Al Fouad Hospital 2 days (May need 1 day in ICU)7-9 days 
CairoNasser Institute 2 days (May need 1 day in ICU)7-9 days 
CairoSheikh Zayed Specialized Hosp. 2 days (May need 1 day in ICU)7-9 days 
CairoWadi EL Neel Hospital 2 days (May need 1 day in ICU)7-9 days 
HS: Hospital Stay       LoS: Length Of Stay
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Please fill the Application Form yourself OR with the help of your treating doctor and e-mail it to medicaltravel@travelchoiceeg.com; Place 'Endoscopic Surgery – TURP / TUEVP Request' into the subject of your e-mail.

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