Percutaneous nephrostomy (PCN) is a procedure that uses imaging as a guide, a short, thin rubber line or catheter is inserted through the skin into the kidney to drain the urine. The surgery aids in relieving any urinary blockage in the kidney management system, that has an impact on the anatomy’s regular urine flow.

Perma Cath

A permcath is a long, flexible tube that is put into a vein, most frequently the venous vein in the neck and less frequently the femoral vein in the groin, but it really tunnels under the skin and generally exits on the leg or mid-thigh. A perma cath is a piece of plastic tubing that is used for hemodialysis in exactly the same way as a venous tube.

D-J Stenting Prostatic Biopsy

In males over 50, prostate issues are fairly prevalent. like Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, which entails an enlarged prostate but no evidence of malignancy.

Dialysis Fistula Angioplasty

An artery and vein are joined together to create a larger, high-flow blood vessel, which is known as a fistula. A vascular specialist will use angioplasty, a straightforward, noninvasive treatment, to expand or restrict blood arteries. It is crucial that your inflation is functioning properly and can sustain enough blood supply to the hemodialysis machine during the treatment when you are having dialysis.

Post-PCNL Bleeding

Bleeding after PCNL is usually a dangerous condition. The majority of big stones are currently managed using PCNL as the norm. The frequency of severe postoperative bleeding involving embolization and angiography.

Tumor Embolisation

Blood flow must be constant for tumors to develop. By cutting off the blood supply to lumps or veins that are producing problems in a person, interventional radiologists can treat those problems with embolization. It is a minimally invasive treatment. Tumor embolization may be helpful for patients if they have significant tumors in their bones, liver, kidneys, lungs, or any of these other organs.