Ambulatory Urology and Urogynaecology
Ambulatory Urology and Urogynaecology 1st Edition:
According to the International Association for Ambulatory Surgery (IAAS), ambulatory surgery should be defined as ‘an operation/procedure, excluding an office or outpatient operation/procedure, where the patient is discharged on the same working day’. The rise of ambulatory surgery has been driven by technological advances that reduce the need for overnight hospital stays, enhanced recovery programmes that advocate early mobilisation, and the need for economic efficiency. Recent experience has shown that redistributing surgical procedures from the inpatient setting to ambulatory centres can be done without impacting quality.
The majority of people requiring urologic surgery are now treated as day/outpatients – thus requiring a different level of care from inpatients. Ambulatory Urology and Urogynaecology is the only book that combines urology and urogynaecology focuses on outpatient management. Packed with learning points, practical hints and tips, and boasting an international group of contributing authors, this book is co-edited by world-leading pioneers in urologic and urogynaecological surgery.
Ambulatory Urology and Urogynaecology is ideal for urologists, urogynaecologists and gynaecologists, as well as specialist urology nurses and surgeons. With more and outpatient procedures being performed, this book is the perfect step-by-step guide to consult time and time again.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors xi
Section I Basic Principles of an Ambulatory Service 1
1 Principles of an Ambulatory Surgery Service 3
Mark Salmon and Benjamin Patel
Section II Ambulatory Urogynaecology 17
2 Introduction and Epidemiology of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction 19
Jay Iyer and Ajay Rane
3 Ambulatory Evaluation of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence 33
Tanvir Singh, Sandhya Gupta, and Ajay Rane
4 Role of Cystoscopy 53
5 Role of Nurse Practitioners in Ambulatory Urogynaecological Care 63
6 Non-Surgical Management of Pelvic Floor Disorders 69
7 Ambulatory Surgical Procedures in Stress Urinary Incontinence 81
8 Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgery as an Ambulatory Procedure 99
Marcella Zanzarini Sanson and G. Willy Davila
9 Common Urethral and Vaginal Lesions in Ambulatory Urogynaecology 109
Mugdha Kulkarni and Anna Rosamilia
10 Ambulatory Management of Childbirth Pelvic Floor Trauma 123
Khaled M.K. Ismail, Rasha Kamel, and Vladimir Kalis
11 Teaching and Training in Urogynaecology 137
Section III Ambulatory Urology 149
12 Ambulatory Penile and Inguino-Scrotal Surgery 153
13 Ambulatory Management of Renal Stone Disease 159
14 The Management of Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections 167
15 An Ambulatory Approach to Benign Prostatic Obstruction 175
16 Urethral Catheters and Ambulatory Management of Urinary Retention 185
17 Paediatric Urology 193
Tharani Nitkunan and Sylvia Yan
18 Urothelial Bladder Cancer: Diagnosis and Management in the Outpatient Clinic 201
19 Prostate Cancer: Diagnosis and Management in the Outpatient Clinic 207
20 Renal Cancer: Diagnosis and Management in the Outpatient Clinic 217
21 Penile Cancer: Diagnosis and Management in the Outpatient Clinic 223
Karen Randhawa and Hussain Alnajjar
22 Testis Cancer: Diagnosis and Management in the Outpatient Clinic 233
23 Plain X-Ray, Computed Tomography Scanning, and Nuclear Imaging in Urology 239
24 Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Urology 247
Abhay Rane, OBE, MS, FRCS, FRCS(Urol) is Professor of Urology/Lead Consultant Urological Surgeon at Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust, Redhill, Surrey, UK and is current Surgical Vice-President, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Ajay Rane, OAM, MD, FRCOG, FRCS, FRANZCOG, CU, PhD, FICOG (Hon), FRCPI (Hon), GAICD, FACOG (Hon) is Professor and Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at James Cook University, Queensland, Australia and Director of Urogynaecology at The Townsville Hospital and Mater Pelvic Health Centre, Queensland, Australia.
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