What is the purpose of a consultation?
The aim of the consultation is to qualify a patient for penile prosthetic insertion.
What does the consultation qualifying for penile prosthetic insertion involve?
Before the penile prosthesis insertion procedure is performed, a definite method for treatment of erectile dysfunctions, extensive diagnostic tests are required as a part of qualification for this procedure. Our cooperation with Clinic for Men VEDI Clinic, offers an opportunity for a qualification process to be performed in the centre having the most extensive experience in this field in this part of Europe. When the patient is qualified for treatment (any contraindications are excluded), during the consultation an urologist will discuss a design and operation of the prosthetic, advantages of this therapy and possible complications.
Patients are qualified for a penile prosthetic insertion on a basis of:
- diagnostic test results;
- consultations with specialists and summary information sheets concerning previous treatment provided by the Patient,
- medical interview;
- possible additional tests that may be recommended after the consultation.
Who should attend the consultation qualifying for penile prosthetic insertion?
In patients, in whom first-line therapies, including pharmacological treatment, the shockwave therapy LSWT RENOVA or injections into cavernous bodies of the penis, are ineffective, then the surgical treatment can be considered. A surgical procedure ensuring the best results in terms of functionality and satisfaction for Patients and their partners is insertion of a hydraulic penile prosthesis. This is a highly effective method in cases resistant to other methods for treatment of erectile dysfunctions.
How can I arrange a consultation?
To arrange the treatment, please contact the Patient coordination department at: + 48 606 994 372 or by email: email@example.com
A sexologist's consultation helps to diagnose and implement possible treatment for sexual disorders.
The aim of Professor’s consultation is to verify or change the suggested method of treatment.