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Sanjay Razdan, M.D.,MCh.  Professor and Chairman, International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Director of Robotic Urology at MiVIP Centers of Miami Director, Urology Center  of Excellence Director, Endourology, Robotic Fellowship Program The Miami Medical Center, Miami, FL.
1-305-251-8650
Minimally-Invasive Robotic Prostate Surgery
WHEN IT COMES TO PROSTATE CANCER, EXPERIENCE COUNTS!
 © International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute

DR. RAZDAN

ROBOTIC PROSTATE SURGERY

PROSTATE CANCER

PROCEDURES

For more information, please call us at 1-305-251-8650
Maximal Urethral Length Preservation (MULP)
Dunn successfully underwent a robotic prostatectomy at Jackson South. During the procedure, Dr. Razdan used two techniques, the human amniotic membrane procedure and the modified maximal urethral length preservation (MULP), which helps early return of urinary continence. Normally, men experience bladder weakness following prostate cancer surgery, and regain bladder control within six to 12 months. “With the MULP technique, patients at the Urology Center of Excellence at Jackson South have successfully regained control of their bladder in a matter of days,” said Dr. Razdan, who pioneered and perfected the MULP technique, and had his findings published in the prestigious Journal of Endourology in August 2014. Dunn also became the first patient at Jackson South to undergo robotic surgery with the hospital’s new da Vinci® Xi Surgical System, which was launched in April 2014. The da Vinci Xi offers advanced features over its predecessor, the original da Vinci System. It includes wristed instruments, intuitive motion and an ergonomic design. Most notably, it enables 3D-HD visualization, which helps surgeons perform surgical procedures with a magnified view, virtually extending their eyes and hands into the patient. As Dunn continues his recovery, he is looking forward to traveling and playing golf. He also plans to continue volunteering for Relay for Life – but now, as a cancer survivor. “With everything I’ve been through in the last couple of months,” he said, “I’ve earned that purple shirt and will be wearing it at the next Relay for Life.”
RETIRED MATH TEACHER BEATS PROSTATE CANCER AFTER UNDERGOING ROBOTIC SURGERY Jackson South Community Hospital among three hospitals in Florida to obtain the new da Vinci® Xi Surgical System
Read the following exerpt from a Jackson South News Release.

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Sanjay Razdan, M.D.,MCh. Professor and Chairman, International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Director of Robotic Urology at MiVIP Centers of Miami Director, Urology Center  of Excellence Director, Endourology, Robotic Fellowship Program The Miami Medical Center, Miami, FL.
 International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Urology Center of Excellence at The Miami Medical Center The Atrium 3900 N.W. 79th Avenue, Suite 820 Doral, FL 33166 (305) 251-8650
Over 5,000 Procedures and Counting . . .
prostate cancer surgeons miami florida, usa
Minimally-Invasive Robotic Prostate Surgery
WHEN IT COMES TO PROSTATE CANCER, EXPERIENCE COUNTS!

DR. RAZDAN

ROBOTIC PROSTATE SURGERY

PROSTATE CANCER

PROCEDURES

For more information, please call us at 1-305-251-8650
Sanjay Razdan, M.D.,MCh.  Professor and Chairman, International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Director of Robotic Urology at MiVIP Centers of Miami Director, Urology Center  of Excellence Director, Endourology, Robotic Fellowship Program The Miami Medical Center, Miami, FL.
1-305-251-8650
Maximal Urethral Length Preservation (MULP)
Dunn successfully underwent a robotic prostatectomy at Jackson South. During the procedure, Dr. Razdan used two techniques, the human amniotic membrane procedure and the modified maximal urethral length preservation (MULP), which helps early return of urinary continence. Normally, men experience bladder weakness following prostate cancer surgery, and regain bladder control within six to 12 months. “With the MULP technique, patients at the Urology Center of Excellence at Jackson South have successfully regained control of their bladder in a matter of days,” said Dr. Razdan, who pioneered and perfected the MULP technique, and had his findings published in the prestigious Journal of Endourology in August 2014. Dunn also became the first patient at Jackson South to undergo robotic surgery with the hospital’s new da Vinci® Xi Surgical System, which was launched in April 2014. The da Vinci Xi offers advanced features over its predecessor, the original da Vinci System. It includes wristed instruments, intuitive motion and an ergonomic design. Most notably, it enables 3D-HD visualization, which helps surgeons perform surgical procedures with a magnified view, virtually extending their eyes and hands into the patient. As Dunn continues his recovery, he is looking forward to traveling and playing golf. He also plans to continue volunteering for Relay for Life – but now, as a cancer survivor. “With everything I’ve been through in the last couple of months,” he said, “I’ve earned that purple shirt and will be wearing it at the next Relay for Life.”
RETIRED MATH TEACHER BEATS PROSTATE CANCER AFTER UNDERGOING ROBOTIC SURGERY Jackson South Community Hospital among three hospitals in Florida to obtain the new da Vinci® Xi Surgical System
Read the following exerpt from a Jackson South News Release.

SOCIAL NETWORK

Sanjay Razdan, M.D.,MCh. Professor and Chairman, International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Director of Robotic Urology at MiVIP Centers of Miami Director, Urology Center  of Excellence Director, Endourology, Robotic Fellowship Program The Miami Medical Center, Miami, FL.
International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Urology Center of Excellence at The Miami Medical Center The Atrium 3900 N.W. 79th Avenue, Suite 820 Doral, FL 33166 (305) 251-8650
Over 5,000 Procedures and Counting . . .
1-305-251-8650
For more information, please call us at
Maximal Urethral Length Preservation (MULP)
Dunn successfully underwent a robotic prostatectomy at Jackson South. During the procedure, Dr. Razdan used two techniques, the human amniotic membrane procedure and the modified maximal urethral length preservation (MULP), which helps early return of urinary continence. Normally, men experience bladder weakness following prostate cancer surgery, and regain bladder control within six to 12 months. “With the MULP technique, patients at the Urology Center of Excellence at Jackson South have successfully regained control of their bladder in a matter of days,” said Dr. Razdan, who pioneered and perfected the MULP technique, and had his findings published in the prestigious Journal of Endourology in August 2014. Dunn also became the first patient at Jackson South to undergo robotic surgery with the hospital’s new da Vinci® Xi Surgical System, which was launched in April 2014. The da Vinci Xi offers advanced features over its predecessor, the original da Vinci System. It includes wristed instruments, intuitive motion and an ergonomic design. Most notably, it enables 3D-HD visualization, which helps surgeons perform surgical procedures with a magnified view, virtually extending their eyes and hands into the patient. As Dunn continues his recovery, he is looking forward to traveling and playing golf. He also plans to continue volunteering for Relay for Life – but now, as a cancer survivor. “With everything I’ve been through in the last couple of months,” he said, “I’ve earned that purple shirt and will be wearing it at the next Relay for Life.”
RETIRED MATH TEACHER BEATS PROSTATE CANCER AFTER UNDERGOING ROBOTIC SURGERY Jackson South Community Hospital among three hospitals in Florida to obtain the new da Vinci® Xi Surgical System Read the following exerpt from a Jackson South News Release.
Sanjay Razdan, M.D.,MCh. Professor and Chairman, International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Director, Urology Center  of Excellence Director, Endourology, Robotic Fellowship Program The Miami Medical Center, Miami, FL.
1-305-251-8650
International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute
Minimally-Invasive Robotic Prostate Surgery
WHEN IT COMES TO PROSTATE CANCER, EXPERIENCE COUNTS!
 © International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute

PROCEDURES

PROSTATE CANCER

ROBOTIC PROSTATE SURGERY

DR. RAZDAN

Over 5,000 Procedures and Counting . . .