Single Port DaVinci Robotic Suprapubic Transvesical Prostatectomy: A Revolutionary Approach to BPH Treatment
The Single Port DaVinci Robotic Suprapubic Transvesical Prostatectomy is an advanced surgical method designed specifically for the treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). Utilizing the cutting-edge DaVinci robotic system, this procedure offers a minimally invasive approach to address the VERY LARGE prostates (especially those larger than an orange or grapefruit), optimizing precision and control.
How is the SP surgery done?
While under general anesthesia in the operating room, we make a small cut below the belly button directly into the bladder. Then we place the single port robot through this incision. The surgeon is able to then partially remove the part of the prostate that is obstructing your urinary flow. At the end of the surgery, a catheter (rubber tube) is placed through the penis into the bladder to allow the are to heal.
Patients can generally expect a faster recovery compared to traditional surgeries. Most individuals can resume their daily activities within a few weeks, with full recovery typically observed in 4-6 weeks. Regular follow-ups will ensure optimal healing and monitoring of post-surgical outcomes.
- Minimally invasive, leading to reduced post-operative pain.
- Enhanced precision with the DaVinci robotic system.
- Shorter hospital stays.
- Reduced risk of complications and infections.
As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks involved, including bleeding, infections, and reactions to anesthesia. It’s essential to discuss these risks with your healthcare provider to make an informed decision.
Choose the Single Port DaVinci Robotic Suprapubic Transvesical Prostatectomy for a cutting-edge solution to BPH. Consult with our specialists today!