How To Remove DJ Stent?

by admin on October 9, 2011

There is a video tutorial for you on how to remove a DJ Stent in your patient. This patient on which we were working was positive for hepatitis C, so extra precautions were taken since hepatitis C spreads by blood to blood contact. Let me first tell you indications for Double J stenting in urology which is commonly performed now a days.

1. Neurogenic Bladder

2. Small Size Bladder

3. Post Renal Transplantation

4. Injured Ureter

5. Hydronephrosis

6. Renal Calculi

Stents are placed and removed with the help of cystoscope. Watch out the video below explaining how we removed this DJ stent with the help of cystoscope.

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