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Kideny Stone Treatment

Kidney Stone Treatment

Health care professionals usually treat kidney stones based on their size, location, and what type they are. Small kidney stones may pass through your urinary tract without treatment. If you’re able to pass a kidney stone, a health care professional may ask you to catch the kidney stone in a special container. A health care professional will send the kidney stone to a lab to find out what type it is. A health care professional may advise you to drink plenty of liquids if you are able to help move a kidney stone along. The health care professional also may prescribe pain medicine. Larger kidney stones or kidney stones that block your urinary tract or cause great pain may need urgent treatment. If you are vomiting and dehydrated, you may need to go to the hospital and get fluids through an IV.


Kidney stone removal treatments

Shock wave lithotripsy.:

The doctor can use shock wave lithotripsy to blast the kidney stone into small pieces. The smaller pieces of the kidney stone then pass through your urinary tract. A doctor can give you anesthesia during this outpatient procedure.

Benefits of removal of kideney stone through Shock Wave Lithotripsy are following:
  •     The main advantage of this treatment is that many patients may be treated for kidney stones without surgery.

  •     As a result, complications, hospital stays, costs and recovery time are reduced.

  •     Non-invasive

  •     No skin incision is required.

  •     Patient experience less pain.

  •     Safe Procedure.

  •     Can treat stone only less than 2cm in size.

During cystoscopy, the doctor uses a cystoscope to look inside the urethra and bladder to find a stone in your urethra or bladder. During ureteroscopy, the doctor uses a ureteroscope, which is longer and thinner than a cystoscope, to see detailed images of the lining of the ureters and kidneys. The doctor inserts the cystoscope or ureteroscope through the urethra to see the rest of the urinary tract. Once the stone is found, the doctor can remove it or break it into smaller pieces. The doctor performs these procedures in the hospital with anesthesia. You can typically go home the same day.

Benefits of removal of kideney stone through Cystoscopy and Ureteroscopy are following:
  •     As a result, complications, hospital stays, costs and recovery time are reduced.

  •     No skin incision is required.

  •     Patient experience less pain.

  •     Safe Procedure.

The doctor uses a thin viewing tool, called a nephroscope, to locate and remove the kidney stone. The doctor inserts the tool directly into your kidney through a small cut made in your back. For larger kidney stones, the doctor also may use a laser to break the kidney stones into smaller pieces. The doctor performs percutaneous nephrolithotomy in a hospital with anesthesia. You may have to stay in the hospital for several days after the procedure. After these procedures, sometimes the urologist may leave a thin flexible tube, called a ureteral stent, in your urinary tract to help urine flow or a stone to pass. Once the kidney stone is removed, your doctor sends the kidney stone or its pieces to a lab to find out what type it is. The health care professional also may ask you to collect your urine for 24 hours after the kidney stone has passed or been removed. The health care professional can then measure how much urine you produce in a day, along with mineral levels in your urine. You are more likely to form stones if you don’t make enough urine each day or have a problem with high mineral levels.

Benefits of removal of kideney stone through Percutaneous nephrolithotomy are following:
  •     The main advantage of this treatment is that many patients may be treated for kidney stones without surgery.

  •     As a result, complications, hospital stays, costs and recovery time are reduced.

  •     No skin incision is required.

  •     Patient experience less pain.

  •     Safe Procedure.

  •     Can treat stone greater than 2cm in size.