No special preparatory procedures are required. You have informed the doctor in advance about the medications that you take. Since a is performed through the rectum the day before prostate biopsy, rectal lumen clean with a cleansing enema or Norgalax microclusters.
If the patient is taking blood-thinning drugs, some drugs, such as aspirin, must be canceled for ten days before the biopsy. When taking others, for example, warfarin, clopidogrel, Xarelto, it is necessary to cancel 4-5 days before the operation and switch to subcutaneous administration of low molecular weight heparins, for example, Fraxiparin or Clexane.
The patient is injected intramuscularly with an analgesic agent, and the rectal cavity is treated with Betadine solution.
One day before the prescribed procedure, to prevent infectious complications, the patient starts taking antibiotics and continues taking them 3-5 days after the prostate biopsy.
The material is taken with a unique disposable needle, which acts quickly, accurately, and does not cause pain. But to relieve tension, as a rule, local anesthesia is still applied. As a result, the procedure runs smoothly and is easily tolerated.
During the puncture of the prostate cyst, local anesthesia is also used. Then, the cyst is punctured, and its contents removed. When cysts reappear, the punch is combined with the introduction of an adhesive solution, which excludes new accumulations of fluid in the corresponding cavity.
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