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Kidney Stones Removal Pricing

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How is the costing done?

Size of the Kidney Stone

Removal of Kidney Stones depends on the following factors

  • Size of Kidney Stones

    Removal of Kidney stones depends on the size of the stones.

  • Number of Stones

    If the number stones is more then the pricing changes

  • Treatment & Equipment Type

    The pricing also depends on the type of equipment used and treatment type.

  • Pre Medical Conditions

4mm to 7mm

Possible Locations – Lower Ureter, Upper Ureter & Kidney. Possible Treatments – URSL | RIRS | RIRS 

7mm to 10mm

Possible Locations – Lower Ureter, Upper Ureter & Kidney. Possible Treatments – URSL | RIRS | RIRS 

10mm to 15mm

Possible Locations – Lower Ureter, Upper Ureter & Kidney. Possible Treatments – URSL | RIRS | RIRS 

15mm & above

Possible Locations – Lower Ureter, Upper Ureter & Kidney. Possible Treatments – URSL | RIRS | RIRS 

Important Things to Know & Understand

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Where is your hospital located?

VNA Hospital is located at 1, Navjeevan Vihar, Geetanjali Enclave, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110017

Which doctor will do my Treatment?

Dr Vineet Malhotra, Senior Urologist, Head of The Urology Department will do your surgery.

How soon can I return to normal day-to-day activities after the treatment?

You will be discharged from hospital the next day and you will be up and about after 3-4 Days or so.

I do not have too much pain now, why should I get Treatment now?

Kidney stones keep on increasing in size and as they keep on increasing, the method of removal become more and more invasive and recovery time increases as well. So it is best to get them removed as soon as possible. Large kidney stones can even hamper the kidney functioning as well.

Will my sexual health get affected because of this Treatment?

No, Your Sexual health will remain unaffected because of the kidney stone treatment.

Why you should not delay Treatment?

Delaying the treatment can lead to increase in kidney stone size and can even hamper the kidney functioning in severe cases.

All About Kidney Stones

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What are Kidney Stones?

A kidney stone is a small, solid mineral deposit that forms in the kidneys or urinary tract when certain substances in the urine become highly concentrated. These stones can vary in size and shape and have the potential to cause severe pain as they move through the urinary tract. Kidney stones can block the flow of urine or irritate the lining of the urinary tract, leading to discomfort and pain. Treatment options include medications, dietary changes, and various procedures to break down or remove the stones. Drinking plenty of water and making dietary adjustments can help prevent their recurrence.

Why do Kidney Stones form?

The reasons of formation of kidney stones can be many such as less water consumption, high salt consumption, family history and excessive calcium in the body etc.

How are Kidney Stones Diagnosed?

Kidney stones are diagnosed through a combination of methods. Initially, a doctor takes a detailed medical history and conducts a physical examination to assess symptoms and signs of kidney stones. To confirm the diagnosis and determine the size and location of the stones, imaging tests are commonly used, including CT scans, ultrasounds, and X-rays. Urine and blood tests may also be performed to assess kidney function and identify substances that contribute to stone formation, such as calcium or uric acid.

What are the symptoms of Kidney Stones?

Severe pain, known as renal colic, is a common symptom, typically felt in the side or back and radiating to the lower abdomen and groin. Other symptoms can include blood in the urine, frequent urination, and pain during urination.

How are Kidney Stones treated?

The treatment of kidney stones depends on their size, location, composition, and the severity of symptoms. Small stones may pass naturally through the urinary tract with increased fluid intake and pain management. Medications can be prescribed to alleviate pain and facilitate stone passage. For larger stones or those causing severe symptoms, various medical procedures are available. These include RIRS or flexible ureteroscopy with laser lithotripsy, percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL), or surgery. Preventive measures, like dietary changes and increased fluid intake, are recommended to reduce the risk of stone recurrence. Treatment decisions are typically individualized based on the patient’s specific circumstances.

All About RIRS Surgery

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What is RIRS Surgery?

RIRS is a type of surgery where the stone is destructed into small pieces by using LASER and the small stones are removed via the ureter opening. 

What is the Cost of RIRS Surgery for kidney Stone Removal?

Although it depends upon the size of the stone, However for small kidney stones of less than 8mm the average price of RIRS surgery package is 60K. 

Do Medications relieve the Kidney Stone Pain?

Strong Medications and injections can help relieve the kidney stone pain for the time being but it is only the temporary solution.  

Is RIRS better than the Laparoscopic Surgery?

Yes, in laparoscopic surgery a small cut is made and the kidney stone is removed, this is known as PCNL Surgery, but in RIRS surgery the stone is removed from the urethral opening, so No cuts are made and the patient recovery is faster. 

Can a Big stone be removed from Kidney by Uising RIRS?

Stone size of less than 2 cm can be removed by RIRS, the stones bigger than this need mini perc or PCNL.

How much time will I stay in the Hospital for RIRS Surgery?

You will be admitted for just one day for RIRS surgery for kidney stone removal at VNA Hospital.

When will I be Back to Normal life after RIRS kidney Stone Removal Surgery?

You will be up and about after 2-3 days or so!

All About Dr Vineet Malhotra

Sr Urologist – MBBS, MS, DNB(Urology) | 25 Years of Experience | 5500+ RIRS Surgeries

Dr. Vineet Malhotra is a distinguished Senior Urologist and Andrologist with a remarkable career spanning over 25 years. Based in New Delhi, Dr. Malhotra has earned a stellar reputation for his expertise and dedication in the field of urology and men’s health. With a commitment to providing exceptional patient care, he has become a trusted name among his peers and patients alike.

Dr. Malhotra completed his medical education at prestigious institutions, where he honed his skills and developed a profound understanding of urological disorders. His extensive experience covers a broad spectrum of conditions, including erectile dysfunction, urinary tract infections, kidney stones, prostate diseases, and male infertility. Over the years, he has successfully treated numerous complex cases, demonstrating his clinical acumen and compassionate approach.

In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Malhotra is actively involved in research and has contributed significantly to the advancement of urology and andrology. He has published numerous papers in esteemed medical journals and frequently participates in national and international conferences, sharing his knowledge and insights with fellow professionals. His dedication to staying updated with the latest developments in the field ensures that his patients receive the most advanced and effective treatments available.

Dr. Malhotra’s approach to patient care is holistic, focusing not only on medical treatment but also on patient education and emotional support. He believes in empowering his patients with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their health. His empathetic nature and commitment to excellence have earned him the admiration and respect of his patients, many of whom have experienced significant improvements in their quality of life under his care.

As a leading Urologist and Andrologist in New Delhi, Dr. Vineet Malhotra continues to make a profound impact on the lives of countless individuals, providing expert care and advancing the field of urology with his innovative approach and unwavering dedication.

Youtube Videos on Kidney Stones

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FAQs of Kidney Stone

What Are Kidney Stones?
Kidney stones are solid mineral deposits that form in the kidneys or urinary tract when substances in the urine become highly concentrated.
What Causes Kidney Stones?
Kidney stones can be caused by factors such as dehydration, dietary choices, genetics, and certain medical conditions that lead to high levels of calcium, oxalate, uric acid, or other minerals in the urine.
What Are the Symptoms of Kidney Stones?
Kidney stones generally create pain in the side and back of the body, nausea, blood in urine. Depending upon the size and location of the stone, the symptoms can range from mild to severe.
How Are Kidney Stones Diagnosed?
Diagnosis involves medical history, physical examination, and imaging tests like CT scans, ultrasounds, and X-rays to visualize and confirm the presence, size, and location of stones.
How Are Kidney Stones Treated?
Treatment options vary based on the stone's size, location, and symptoms. They may include increased fluid intake, pain management, medications, or medical procedures like lithotripsy or RIRS or PCNL surgery to break down or remove the stones.
Can Kidney Stones Be Prevented?
Yes, kidney stones can often be prevented by staying well-hydrated, which helps dilute urine and reduce the risk of stone formation. Dietary changes, like moderating sodium and oxalate intake, and following medical advice for underlying conditions can also help prevent stones.
Do All Kidney Stones Require Surgery?
No, not all kidney stones require surgery. Small stones may pass naturally through increased fluid intake and pain management. Larger stones or those causing severe symptoms may need surgical intervention or other medical procedures.
Are Kidney Stones a Sign of Kidney Disease?
Kidney stones themselves are not necessarily a sign of kidney disease, but they may indicate an increased risk of stone formation. Recurrent kidney stones or certain types of stones can be associated with underlying kidney issues.
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