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Specialisation – Urology

Urology

Knowledge, experience and skills in:

  • the general content of training for Sections B and C
  • the prevention, detection, treatment, care and rehabilitation of disorders, infections, injuries and malformations of the male and female urogenital, urinary organs, as well as emergency care
  • prevention, (early) detection, treatment and rehabilitation of urologic tumors
  • the basis of area-based tumor therapy, including indications for urological radiotherapy
  • palliative care services to be supplied incoming patients
  • the environmental health aspects of the development of urological tumors
  • the detection and treatment of erectile dysfunction, including the recognition andrological disorders and indications for further treatment
  • family planning and sexual health of the man and the pair
  • sterilization and (re-) fertilization of the man
  • the detection and treatment of endocrine-related area-based aging
  • detection of proctological diseases and indications for further treatment
  • the nutrition education and dietetics in urological diseases
  • the indications for surgical treatment and the risk assessment and prognostic
  • assessment including the kidney
  • the principles of diagnosis and treatment of perioperative
  • endoscopic and minimally invasive surgical procedures
  • the collection of intraoperative radiological control in the light of findings of radiation protection
  • instrumental and functional analysis methods including urodynamic procedures
  • psychogenic symptoms, reactions, and somato-psycho-social contexts
  • the indications, proper sample collection and treatment of laboratory tests including the basics zytodiagnostischer procedures and classification of the results in the disease pattern
  • wound care, wound care and bandaging
  • the area-based drug therapy
  • the detection and treatment of acute emergencies, including life-saving measures maintenance of vital signs and resuscitation
  • the diagnosis and monitoring of physical therapy measures
  • the indication for diagnostic isotopes

 

Examination and treatment procedures:
urological cancer screening
ejakulate examination
cultural bacteriological and mycological examination in the native material (urine, prostatic fluid, ejaculate) using a carrier with one or more preculture media (eg Dip)
bacterial count estimate
detection of antimicrobial agents by inhibiting test
ultrasound examinations of the urogenital organs, the retroperitoneum and abdomen Doppler/DuplexSonographien including the vessels of the urogenital tract
puncture and catheterization techniques including suprapubic cystostomy, laying of drains and the extraction of specimens
infusion, transfusion and blood replacement therapy, enteral and parenteral nutrition including probe technique
local and regional anesthesia
urodynamic studies, including uroflowmetry and provocation tests
extracorporeal shock wave treatment
urological procedures, including endoscopic, laparoscopic, laser therapy, ultrasoundguided and other physical methods, of it:
kidney, ureter, retroperitoneal, eg nephrectomy, ureteroscopy, pyeloplasty  kidney, ureter, retroperitoneal, eg nephrectomy, ureteroscopy, pyeloplasty
bladder and prostate, such as urinary incontinence surgery, including transurethral prostataadenomektomie, prostate and / or bladder tumor surgery bladder and prostate, such as urinary incontinence surgery, including transurethral
the external genitalia and urethra, such as testicular biopsy, circumcision,  the external genitalia and urethra, such as testicular biopsy, circumcision, orchidopexy, varicocele / hydrocele operation, urethrotomy orchidopexy, varicocele / hydrocele operation, urethrotomy
participation in surgical procedures increased difficulty levels, for example, radical surgery for urologic cancers

 

 

 
 

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