The Department of Urology (Urology Hospital Wing) at Yashoda specialises in delivering advanced urological care on par with international standards. We address all aspects of the urinary system by providing a full spectrum of diagnosis and treatment services in urology. We make sure that all of our procedures and approaches are backed by the latest advancements in the field of urology, whether it’s diagnostic, therapeutic, medical or surgical.
Our team of esteemed urologists and talented nurses use a multidisciplinary approach to optimise patient care on a personalised level. They work in close collaboration with experts from other specialities to curate personalised treatments, thus ensuring the highest clinical governance standards and patient-centric care.
We ensure round the clock holistic care and guidance to ease each patient's medical journey. To give them the best care possible, we have developed a multimodality approach to treat our patients according to their medical needs, supported by the region’s most exceptional renal care, clinical therapies, and transplant specialists.
By embracing high precision technologies, we provide our patients with the best healthcare experience. With our state-of-the-art facilities, we're at the forefront of providing the best urology services. These specialised services are:
Urological conditions we treat
The urinary system is very complex, and various underlying conditions can go undetected and then arise later. We strongly believe in finding the root of the cause and addressing it with high-quality care and treatments that are exemplary in every sense. The department offers expert consultation and guidance for various urological conditions that are listed below:
Urinary tract infection (UTI):
UTIs are an infection from viruses or bacteria that causes frequent urination followed by an inflammation or a burning sensations. More common in women than men, these infections can occur anywhere in the urinary tract and can lead to other symptoms, such as cloudy urine, pelvic pain and fatigue.
Kidney stones are crystalized masses formed by the excessive deposits of minerals and salts in the kidneys. They can be quite painful and can even lead to severe complications if left untreated for a long time.
DJ stent or double J stent is a small, hollow tube that is temporarily placed in the ureter to allow the normal drainage of urine from the kidneys to the bladder. They are implanted after stone removal to heal your kidneys and minimize the risks of swelling.
It occurs when kidney stones get stuck in either one or both of the ureters. It carries urine from the kidneys to the bladder, and larger stones can completely obstruct the flow of urine. It can lead to severe pain and require surgery if other treatment options fail to work.
Other Urological problems
The Department of Urology at Yashoda has been focused on developing newer and more innovative approaches to treat a wide range of urologic conditions, which include: