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Urological surgery and equipment 

Urological surgery and equipment
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Urological surgery and equipment
Author(s):

John Reynard

, Simon F Brewster

, Suzanne Biers

, and Naomi Laura Neal

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198783480.003.0017
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date: 07 June 2020

This chapter covers the principles of urological surgery and the equipment commonly used in urological procedures. This includes preoperative preparation, including the management of patients on anticoagulants, and the fourth edition includes novel oral anticoagulants. Technology such as catheters, lasers, stents, telescopes, and diathermy are all discussed in detail and at a level suitable for the FRCS(Urol) examinations. The principles of consent and the recent Montgomery ruling are included in the fourth edition. The surgical principles of a range of urological operations are outlined, ranging from inguinoscrotal procedures to pelvic oncology procedures, including reconstruction.

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