Department of Urology was commenced in the year 2019. Our department strives to give compassionate, cost-effective, competent care to all patients. We earnestly aim to place our hospital as one of the best centers for urology. Our aim is to enhance urological services in the field of Andrology, Male infertility, Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), Neuro urology, prostate disease management and newer horizons in stone management and prevention. Public awareness is promoted through self-initiated and government-organized camps.
All type of renal stone can be managed effectively
Laparoscopic management of all possible Reconstructive & (oncological)Tumor management of urinary system of all age groups.
The guest lecture on robotic surgery was conducted on 30th April 2019. The guest speaker was Dr.R.Srivathsan, trained in Robotic Uro-oncology. He spoke on the basic concepts and equipment’s used in robotic surgery.
We conducted the first live cadaveric hands-on workshop for Urology in Tamil nadu on 24th and 25th July, 2019 in the Astra cadaver labs, SSSMCRI. On 24th, live demonstration was done by Dr. Muthu veeramani, renowned senior consultant, past secretary and present President elect of Madras Urological Society. He demonstrated open upper tract urological surgeries including renal transplantation . On 25th, the registrants were given hands on. We used specially prepared salt embalmed cadavers for the workshop.
Public awareness programme on stone disease was conducted by dept of urology. People from near by areas attended and where benefitted by the program.
The range of our services include
After exposure to basic subjects, Urology department faculty, teach and train undergraduate students about the common genito-urinary problems and about the usage and maintenance of complex equipments used in urology. For medical undergraduates, series of essential Urology topics are dealt in the form of didactic Lectures, deliberation and demonstration, during their routine academic sessions.
General Surgery Residents are posted in rotation at the Department of Urology. During this period, they are exposed to various OPD patients, follow rounds in the wards and attend cases in the operation theatre. They are taught about the immediate management of urological emergencies and are exposed to common urological procedures. Unique cases are also discussed in clinical society meetings held every month . Uro-oncological cases are discussed clinico pathology meet every month
The department is fully equipped for training the MCh Urology residents .We have the scope of starting the superspeciality training programme in near future
Determine if serum c-reactive protien is an effective predictive tool for early surgical intervention in patients with less than10mm ureteric stones