Trans Urethral Resection of Prostate treatment is an urgological procedure implemented on a global scale. The procedure is highly helpful in treating prostatic hyperplasia which are mostly benign in nature. These procedures are minimally invasive and have been proven to be excellent in terms of effectiveness. However, the success rate also depends on the type of tumor and extent to which it has already spread. In several cases, the tumor may have a chance of recurrence post procedure, which calls of multiple TURP.

What is Trans Urethral Resection of Prostrate (TURP)?

TURP involves removal of benign tissues by thorough monitoring from the urethra. The procedure involves sharp end dissection or electrocautery of the tumor. Most frequently implemented for cutting off on additional tissue that causes the prostate to enlarge, TURP is executed with the help of a fine device, known as resectoscope. It is inserted through the urinary meatus or the opening in the penis, which then travels through the urethra, reaches the target region (prostrate) and shreds the excess tissue to release blockage in the urinary tract.

Symptoms of patient undergoing TURP treatment

Trans Urethral Resection of Prostate treatment is offered to reduce the symptoms of prostate enlargement and other urine-related disorders. However, the procedure may result in several symptoms and side effects which needs to be closely monitored. In general, pain in the lower abdomen or back pain is common post procedure. However, in several cases, one of more of the following symptoms have been observed post-TURP treatments in several patients, which are:

  • Changes in ECG
  • Asymptomatic hyponatremia
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Disorientation or confusion
  • Loss of vision

In severe cases, the candidate may get into coma or even die due to multiple complexities.

Factors Affecting the cost of TURP

In general, TURP treatment cost may vary from $4567 to $20,000 in major countries furnishing the procedure. However, in developing countries, the cost may be as low as $2000. Such variations depend on a number of factors which affect the treatment cost, these are:

  • Extent of TURP procedures require
  • Type of treatment required (outpatient or inpatient
  • Complexities, if an
  • Side effects
  • Underlying health issues, if any

Apart from this, the payable cost also depends on the insurance cover available for the candidate.

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