Experience of Laser Vaporization of the Prostate with Diode Laser Dornier Medilas D Urobeam 940 nm
Outcomes of treating patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia by laser vaporization of the prostate using diode laser Dornier Medilas D UroBeam had been analyzed.
There was observed no intraoperative bleeding, and therefore better visualization of the operating field.
After laser vaporization of the prostate, the early removal of Foley catheter — on second-third day — is possible.
It is also possible to conduct surgery in patients with severe co-morbidities, including patients taking anticoagulants and in patients with a prostate volume greater than 80 ml.
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