Benign prostatic hyperplasia is a common disease in elderly men, usually seen in elderly men over 60 years of age, with frequent urination, urgency, dysuria, and poor urine dripping as the main symptoms. The treatment methods include waiting for observation, drug treatment, minimally invasive treatment and surgical treatment. If the medication is ineffective, or the following conditions require minimally invasive treatment or surgical treatment. Including: more than one urinary retention, repeated hematuria, repeated urinary tract infections, combined with bladder stones, secondary upper urinary tract or affecting renal function, or combined with large bladder diverticulum, inguinal hernia, severe hemorrhoids, lower urinary tract obstruction needs to be relieved Of patients.
The current surgical treatment methods are mainly transurethral minimally invasive surgery, including transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), bipolar plasma resection (PKRP), holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (Holep) and so on. These operations can more thoroughly remove the hyperplastic prostate adenoma and relieve the lower urinary tract obstruction of the bladder neck. At the same time, it also has the advantages of less trauma and quick recovery. It is especially suitable for the elderly and the elderly patients with medical diseases at the same time. The urology department of our hospital is equipped with the above three different minimally invasive surgery systems, which can be comprehensively selected according to the specific needs of the patient. At present, nearly 100 elderly patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia over the age of 80 have been successfully treated with minimally invasive surgery, and the overall surgical results are satisfactory.