Laparoscopic or Da Vinci robot adenomectomy
At the Prostate Centre we apply minimally invasive techniques that minimise complications and accelerate postoperative recovery.
Adenomectomy, using the pure laparoscopic or robot-assisted Da Vinci® approach, offers us the possibility of treating patients who suffer from prostatic hyperplasia and whose type of prostate, due to its excessive volume, is not suitable to be treated with other transurethral techniques, such as enucleation with holmium laser.
At the Prostate Centre we systematically apply minimally invasive techniques which, adapted to the characteristics of each patient's prostate and their preferences, minimise complications and accelerate postoperative recovery.
It obtains the same functional results as with open surgery, but with less bleeding, better visualisation of the surgical field, fewer postoperative infections and a shorter hospital stay.
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At the Prostate Centre we have all the diagnostic and therapeutic techniques necessary to offer the best option according to the characteristics and preferences of the patient.
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Minimally invasive laparoscopic prostate operation for better patient recovery
Prostate adenotomy is indicated for large prostates with the same results as open surgery, but presents minimal adverse effects.
This laparoscopic prostate operation translates into lower rates of blood transfusion and postoperative infections and reduces a time of hospital stay.
In laparoscopic prostatectomy, through minimal incisions of just 1 centimetre in the abdomen, we manage to remove large prostate adenomas.
Da Vinci® robotic surgery
Robotic surgery with the Da Vinci® robot in prostate operations overcomes the limitations of conventional laparoscopic surgery, making surgical interventions more comfortable and more precise, especially those that are more complex and difficult to access.
The Clínica Universidad de Navarra, which is always at the leading edge of new diagnostic and therapeutic systems, has been using the Da Vinci® robot since 2010 to perform minimally invasive operations.