RIRS Surgery (Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery): An innovative procedure to Treat Renal Stones

Surgery Available – Yes

Hospitalization Required – One day admission

Lab Tests Facility – Available

Emergency Treatment – Available

In-Patient Facilities – Available

Imaging Facility – Available

Same-Day Appointment – Available

Recovery Rate – Rate is high, although it depends on the stage of cancer.

Effective Kidney Stone Removal In Delhi

Dr. Ashish Saini, the Best Urologist and Sexologist in Delhi NCR.

Dr Ashish Saini is the Best Sexologist in Delhi and the best Urologist in Delhi NCR. A Gold Medalist from AIIMS New Delhi, he has to his name various complex Urological and Sexology related surgeries done in large numbers in his 12+ years of experience. He has been awarded several times for his outstanding work done in his journey till now. Dr Ashish Saini did his MBBS from India’s Prestigious medical college – King George Medical College (KGMC) Lucknow. Post MBBS completion, he completed his M. Ch in Urology from India’s Best Medical College – All India Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi.

Dr Ashish Saini has successfully completed 5200+ Urology and Sexology Surgeries. His patients are from all over the country and the world. Dr Ashish Saini is clearly the Best Sexologist and Urologist in Delhi, NCR and India because of his vast and versatile experience in the field of Urology and Sexology.


Questions asked by new visitors​

Endoscopic surgery known as RIRS Surgery enables the separation of the kidney from the ureter. These kinds of RIRS Urology Procedure involve the use of a flexible ureteroscope. The stones are treated using a laser fibre (a Holmium laser) through this apparatus. After that, a basket can be used to collect little fragments.

Due to the general anaesthesia used during RIRS Surgery, patients may not experience any pain. Patients who have undergone RIRS Surgery may experience mild lower abdomen discomfort and pain, which passes in 18 to 36 hours.

The latest treatment to remove stones is RIRS treatment. Alongside, the kidney stone can be broken up into small fragments by the doctor using shock wave lithotripsy. The kidney stone’s smaller fragments then move through your urine tract.

After RIRS Surgery, there is typically a recovery period of 24 to 48 hours, followed by a period of total rest. In order to sustain urine production, patients must drink sufficient of fluids. A patient must take the medication as prescribed by the doctor.

When treating kidney stones in patients who have already undergone open surgery, percutaneous nephrolithotomy, or retrograde intrarenal surgery, RIRS Surgery is an effective and secure procedure. For patients who have undergone retrograde intrarenal surgery, it is equally effective and safe.

Dr Saini is a urologist with specialized training and experience in performing RIRS Surgery. He keeps up to date with the latest advances in RIRS Urology Procedures and techniques, ensuring that his patients receive the best possible care.