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Laser lithotripsy

Laser lithotripsy is a modern treatment for kidney stone disease. Using a laser, stones can be effectively removed in all parts of the urinary system, the procedure helps patients while minimizing the invasiveness of the operation itself.

The main advantage of the method is a minimal intervention in the patient's body. Due to such minimally invasiveness, the operation can reduce the rehabilitation period to several days, while maintaining high treatment results.

Laser lithotripsy benefits:

  • Reduction of hospital stay
  • No relapse
  • Minimally invasive high-tech surgery
  • Effective crushing of stones of any type, density, size

FiberLase U2 is installed at K + 31 Clinic, an innovative laser device for lithotripsy in the kidneys, ureters and bladder.

Using a laser, specialists can now crush fragments of even less than 1 mm “into dust”, which are then safely removed naturally, without becoming the basis for the formation of new stones.

The time for spraying stones with a size of about 10 mm is from 2 to 4 minutes.

In total there are 3 stages of crushing stones:

  • Fragmentation
  • Spraying
  • Popcorning

Make an appointment with a urologist to learn more about this method.

Service record

Specialists

All specialists
Rasner
Pavel Ilyich

Head of the Urology Clinic, Deputy Chief Physician for Urology, Urologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD, professor

Kamalov
Armais Albertovich

Chief Consultant in Urology, Urologist

Academician, professor, Doctor of Sciences, PhD

Osmolovsky
Boris Evgenyevich

Head of the Department of Urology, Urologist

PhD

Ahvlediani
Nika Dzhumberovich

Urologist, andrologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD

Tereshchenko
Suren Alexandrovich

Doctor urologist-andrologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD