Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery Treatment
RIRS Treatment (retrograde intrarenal surgery): Retrograde intrarenal surgery (RIRS) is a procedure in which a viewing tube called a fiberoptic endoscope is used within the kidney for surgery.
In this surgery the endoscope is placed through the urethra (the urinary opening) into the bladder and then through the ureter into the urine-collecting part of the kidney. The endoscope thus is moved retrograde (up the urinary tract system) to within the kidney to fragment stone. Generally, RIRS is performed where the stones do not respond to ESWL or PCNL or URS.
Why to choose RIRS for kidney stone removal?
Over the world RIRS has been identified as one of the most advanced procedure for Kidney Stone. And it is available at SCI Hospital, Delhi.
Doctor to Consult for RIRS Treatment
RIRS is performed by a specialist, a Urologist (Endourologist) with special expertise in RIRS. The procedure is usually done under general or spinal anaesthesia. For this surgery, doctor requires to be experienced enough.
How RIRS is performed
With the help of endoscope, the kidney is reached with a camera; calculus/calsuluses are visualized and broken with laser energy source. No cut or hole need to be made, as it enters the body from the urinary tract, which is the natural hole of the body. To apply this surgery technique and use this device requires to be experienced.
RIRS continues to undergo significant advancements and is emerging as a first-line procedure for challenging stone cases
Advantages of RIRS Treatment
The advantages of RIRS over open surgery includes
- A quicker solution of the problem
- Elimination of prolonged pain after surgery
- Much faster recovery.
Symptoms of Kidney Stones
The nature and the location of the pain can vary from person to person depending upon the size of the stone, the position of the stone within the urinary tract, and the damage it causes to the urinary system. Kidney stones can cause symptoms
- Urinary tract infection.
- Increased frequency of urine.
- Pain and or burning while passing urine.
- Passage of blood in urine which can be detected in the Urine test.
- Dull aching pain on the lower back.
- Stomach ache that doesn’t go away.
- Nausea or vomiting.
Risk Involved in RIRS Treatment
Approximately, 5-9% of people experience complications after this surgery
Complications can be:-
- An infection in the blood.
- a ureter can be blocked by pieces of a broken stone.
- Injury to a ureter.
- Urinary tract infection (UTI)
- Bleeding during or after surgery
- Pain or discomfort
Will there be hospitalization after RIRS Treatment.
Most often, it is an outpatient procedure. If need be, patient has to stay one day in the hospital.
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