Endoscopic stone surgery

Endoscopic stone surgery

Endoscopic stone surgery is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat kidney or bladder stones. This procedure involves the use of a small instrument, called an endoscope, which is inserted through the urethra and into the bladder or kidney or making a small hole in the kidney.

The endoscope has a small camera attached to it, which allows the surgeon to see the stone and guide the instruments to the correct location. Once the stone is located, it can be removed using a variety of techniques, including laser, ultrasound, or mechanical devices.

Endoscopic stone surgery is generally safe and effective, with a low risk of complications. Most patients are able to go home one day after the procedure and can return to normal activities within a few days.

Our endoscopic surgery equipment is at par with the best equipment in the world.

We have the world’s thinnest endoscope. 4.5 Fr semirigid ureteroscope and 7.5Fr flexible ureteroscope.