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Urology Branch of medicine

Urology, also known as genitourinary surgery, is the branch of medicine that focuses on surgical and medical diseases of the urinary-tract system and the reproductive organs. Organs under the domain of urology include the kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra, and the male reproductive organs

Used during renal dilatation Used during renal dilatation to provide a traumatic working tracks after removal of dilator.

Gohar Shafa amplatz type renal dilator is firm and it has kink-resistant material. These dilators are used for enlarging the skin incision prior to a nephrostomy or percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) procedure to introduce the amplatz sheath.

ANTI-MICROBIAL URETERAL STENT (Double J) Anti-microbial coating prevents growth of commonly occurring microorganisms on the stent. Anti-microbial coating maintains a slow release profile that minimizes toxicity to surrounding tissue.

Daimond-Like Carbon Coated Ureteral Stent (DOUBLE J) The Gohar Shafa Daimond-Like Carbon Coated Ureteral Stent (DOUBLE J) continues the legacy of High quality products of this company. It has been engineered to achieve optimal patient comfort by having an ultra-smooth surface and the ability to soften at body temperature.

The Hydrophilic catheter surface is smooth and very slippery. This slippery surface maintains lubrication through the length of the urethra and is designed to reduce friction, to cause less damage to the urethra. Hydrophilic catheters do not require manual lubrication, they are less likely to cause infection.

Gohar Shafa percutaneous nephrostomy set is used to drain urine from the pelvis of hydronephrosis patients due to obstruction, ureteral stones, or pelvic inflammation. Also, it may be used to introduce medication or measure the volume of urine production in the upper urinary tract.

Urology

set drainage

Infections such as hematomas after surgery may result to an abscess. Percutaneous abscess drainage is a minimally invasive treatment that is generally used to remove infected fluid from different parts of the body such as the lungs, abdomen, and pelvis. Since it may take several days for all the fluid to be removed, the use of a drainage set is chosen due to ease of use for the patient. Occasionally, abscesses that cannot be treated by percutaneous drainage may require surgical drainage in the operating room.

ANTI-MICROBIAL URETERAL STENT (Double J) Anti-microbial coating prevents growth of commonly occurring microorganisms on the stent. Anti-microbial coating maintains a slow release profile that minimizes toxicity to surrounding tissue.

Gaining access and passing instrumentation during diagnostic and interventional Procedures

For the retrograde Urography, Straight Tip Drainage of the ureter, taking urine specimen, crossing of small stenosis and access to the renal pelvis, for usual diagnostic and therapeutic measures in urology.