- Practical Tips in Urology provides day-to-day working tips on urological issues and patient management
- Written by expert authors from around the world, this pocket sized handbook is packed with practical advice offering intuitive solutions that are absent in the majority of didactic textbooks and journal articles
- Practical Tips in Urology makes use of full-color figures and schematic diagrams for ease of access to information and to facilitate learning
Practical Tips in Urology is a compact, illustrated reference which provides the reader with practical tips and advice in managing day-to-day urological issues encountered in a clinical setting. This book draws on practical experience and offers useful information that is often lacking in didactic textbooks of urology and in journal articles. Practical Tips in Urology provides tips in dealing with urological emergencies, elective surgery and common outpatient consultation problems, among other things. Written by experts in the field, Practical Tips in Urology is key reading for all practicing urologists and residents in training.
Professor Abhay RaneProf. Rane was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the New Year 2014 Honours List for services to laparoscopic surgery.He is one of the first laparoscopic urological surgeons in the United Kingdom. Instrumental in developing the technique of hand assisted laparoscopic nephrectomy in the UK from 2000, he was the first to described the usefulness of the technique in T3b (advanced) kidney cancers. More recently, hespearheaded the development of laparoendoscopic single site surgery (LESS) in urology as a pioneer and innovator. Having performed the first single port nephrectomy in the world in May 2007 with colleagues in India, he went on to perform the first LESS nephrectomy in Europe in March 2008 at East Surrey Hospital, Redhill. He has been invited to share his experiences at a number of sessions at various cross specialty international meetings, including the American Urological Association and Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (2009 /10), where he was the only urologist to be invited faculty.Over the last thirteen years, Professor Rane has mentored laparoscopic skills to other consultants. As a result, of his efforts at least 16 hospitals in the UK now have a local laparoscopic urology programme; his work on training in laparoscopy has been presented, published and cited extensively.Professor Rane has been a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust for the last 14 years, where he is currently Clinical Lead for urology.
Doctor Burak TurnaDr. Turna is the Associate Professor of Urology at Ege University School of Medicine, Izmir, Turkey, one of the largest academic institutions in the country. He has several teaching assignments, including his current faculty appointment with the Department of Urology in Ege University as well as the Chair of the Executive Board of the surgical internship for Urogenital Surgery for fourth year medical students. Dr. Turna is a nationally recognized leader in the field of endourology and laparoscopic surgery. He has been extensively involved in the Turkish Endourology Society’s scientific and educational activities as a surgeon/trainer/speaker and is currently the Associate Editor of the Endourology Bulletin, the official Journal of Turkish Endourology Society. As the general secretary, Dr Turna, has also been involved in the organisation and execution of the two big laparoscopy meetings held in Turkey in 2005 & 2009. Dr. Turna acted as a speaker/moderator/trainer and has performed live surgery demonstrations in several national and international endourology meetings to date. He has most recently been selected as an Associate for the “European Society of Uro-technology” Endourology Expert Group in 2010.