As a result of longer life expectancies, the prevalence of age-related urological diseases is currently on the rise. Widespread diseases include urinary incontinence and Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH). Minimally invasive and organ-preserving surgical techniques are used in diagnosis and treatment for tumors of the prostate, bladder, and kidneys.
The types of organs affected mean that patients find urological diseases particularly difficult to deal with. Many urological interventions can be carried out easily and safely through the “natural” access passage provided by the urethra. These include operations of the prostate, bladder and kidneys. Special surgical techniques and optimized instruments are manufactured to a high standard. Instrument systems designed specifically for different urological areas generate maximum safety for patients and users alike.
Defining and establishing new standards—Richard Wolf instrument sets are optimally tailored to the applications and methods of advanced urology today.