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100 Robotic Surgeries in SA

South Africa’s first robot is in Pretoria! Urologists at The Urology Hospital have recently completed the 100th successful robotic operation in only six months. This is a tremendous achievement not only for The Urology Hospital but also for South Africa.
As doctors and patients have embraced this advanced technology, robotic surgery is revolutionising the effectiveness of specialised surgery and the recovery process. At The Urology Hospital, robotic surgery patients are singing its praises. Mr PG Kemp shares about his robotic surgery experience, “ I was in ICU for 1 day (other operations require a 3-day ICU stay) and I was discharged from hospital on the 3rd day! I was quite concerned that I would not be able to be active for a while after the operation as I am a very active person but I have had no major pain since the operation and I even went on a BMW Motorbike trip down to Mosselbay 3 weeks after my Robot Surgery.”
Mr Paul Parsons elaborates on his experience, “I went into ICU after the operation (which is standard procedure) then transferred to a general ward the next morning and discharged from hospital on the fourth day. Weeks later I have no pain and have not experienced any significant discomfort. Three weeks after my operation I travelled over two days (about 1500km) to my holiday destination. I swam and walked a few times about 6 km at a time. Now after about seven weeks, I carry on with my normal activities and it still feels as if I never had major surgery. I am especially excited that I immediately had good bladder control.”
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Urologists are highly trained specialist surgeons who use both medication and surgery as part of a comprehensive approach to care for men and women and children with urological problems. 

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The safety of our patients and colleagues is our number one priority. Your healthcare is important to us and we are actively working with and following guidance from the National Department of Health and the NICD (National Institute for Communicable Diseases).

Kindly note the hospital has set up a Covid-19 task team and contingency plan and we are preparing for all eventualities.

Please confirm with your Doctor if you are still able to come for your consultation. However, if you have any of the following signs and symptoms then please cancel your appointment, self-isolate and contact the centralised helpline on 0800 029 999:
• Fever
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To support screening for COVID-19, before entering the hospital, all prospective patients will adhere to the following:
• Complete a Travel History form
• Undergo temperature screening

Should any of the following signs or symptoms be found, you will be requested to go home, self-isolate and contact the centralised helpline on 0800 029 999:
• Flu-like symptoms (sore throat, cough or chills)
• Fever of 37.8 or above

NB: Please notify the person doing your Travel History if you’re:
• Over 70
• Have any underlying health conditions
• Are pregnant

To protect our patients and staff from the potential risk of COVID-19, we are currently restricting visiting of patients to exceptional circumstances only.

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