Friday, October 22, 2010
The current record for “Most kidney stones removed from a patient" is:
The most kidney stones removed from a patient is 172,155, which were removed by Dr Ashish Rawandale-Patil (India) at the Institute of Urology, Dhule, Maharastra, India on 8 December 2009
CONGRATULATIONS DR ASHISH: TEAM INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY
Monday, August 2, 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Monday, July 12, 2010
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY ANOUNCES PEDOUROCON: A COMPREHENSIVE PAEDIATRIC UROLOGY COURSE FOR THE POST GRADUATE STUDENTS AND CONSULTANTS.
PEDOUROCON DHULE 2010 - Institute of Urology. Dhule - Picasa Web Albums
Organising secretary Dr S K Singhal cordially invites one and all for this scientific extravaganza.
Note: First 50 postgraduate residents will be given free registration and stay on first come first serve basis.
Hoping to see you at the venue.
Monday, May 31, 2010
TEJNAKSH HEALTHCARE and the Institute of Urology published the first issue of TEJAROGYA in JANUARY 2010 on the occasion of the CME FOR THE FAMILY PHYSICIANS at the hands of SP of Dhule. The copy of the same is now available on the link below:
Sunday, May 9, 2010
The seminar was attended by more than 60 patients. A copy of TEJAROGYA (A quarterly health magazine of Tejnaksh Healthcare) and a booklet on renal failure written by Dr Atul Mule were handed over to the patients on the occasion. The seminar was appreciated by the attending patients.
Monday, April 26, 2010
The Urology Quiz was conducted post lunch. Dr Chetan Rathod, Dr Chandrahas Kurane and Dr Hrishikesh Deshmukh were winners of the same. This was followed by the inaugural ceremony wherein Dr Ashish Patil felicitated Dr Dipen Parekh, Dr Bhalchandra Kashyapi, Dr Subodh Shivde, Dr Dhananjay Bokare and Dr Atul Mule. Finally Dr S K Singhal the organizing secretary presented the vote of thanks.
5 PANG technique: Accepted for publication by UROLOGY-GOLD JOURNAL (The official journal of the Société Internationale d'Urologie)
Designed, fabricated and patented by Dr Ashish Patil, the innovative 5 part Percutaneous Access Needle with Glidewire (5-PANG) is a novel technique in an attempt to make percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) tract establishment a fast, safe and less cumbersome procedure. The technique decreases the PCNL time by allowing fast and flawless approach to the kidney during single stitch surgeries for renal stones (PCNL). The technique was also presented at the World Congress of Endourology and was well appreciated. This has turned out to be the first international innovative publication of North Maharashtra. We Congratulate Dr Ashish on his achievement.
TEAM - INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Dr Ashish Patil the head of Institute of Urology recently presented two of his innovative techniques which are being practiced at the Institute since 2 years.
1) 5PANG technique for initial tract dilatation during PCNL
2) Fountain technique for evacuation of large vesical calculi
5 PANG technique: The term coined at the “Institute” stands for ‘ 5 Part Access Needle over the Glide wire technique’;. Herein Dr Ashish Patil has invented a 5 part initial puncture needle as a substitute for the conventional 3 part initial puncture needle used for percutaneous access during a PCNL. The new needle creates a tract of sufficient size to allow direct access to the metal tract dilators hence obviating the need for cumbersome conventional tract dilatation. The results of the initial 67 cases were presented at the WORLD CONGRESS.
Fountain technique : Essentially is a technique described by Dr Patil etal to be used during PCCL(Percutaneous Cystolitholapaxy) . Dr Patil here described the use of simultaneous urethral flush and suprapubic drainage of stone fragments . The technique accentuates the fragment evacuation in cases of large vesical calculi hence reducing the operative time. The technique is based on the Magic Fountain principal described by Hero.