Dr. David Samadi is a star doctor and has done exceptional work in the health sector, born in Iran and later separated from his parents David did not know what the future held for him. In 1979, David moved to Belgium where he studied medicine.
David has become one of the most skilled urologists, and his skills have helped save many lives. David Samadi has conducted research and aims to invent treatments that will help treat prostate cancer and improve the patients’ lives even after the therapies.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) April 12, 2018
In a recent post, Dr. Samadi has openly discussed surgery for prostate cancer and the radiotherapy method, and how the techniques are used in treating prostate cancer and the best approach to ensure minimal side effects to the patients.
A study showed that men who underwent surgery to treat prostate cancer or used radiation encountered problems with sex after the surgery. Dr. Samadi explains that during surgery patients undergo open surgery procedure and monitoring nerves during this procedure may be challenging. Due to experienced side effects doctors have come up with other ways that aim at treating prostate cancer without causing a change on the sexual drive of a man.
Robotic surgery is one of the useful methods that many doctors have now mastered; robotics surgery can save the nerves unlike the open operation making it a better mode of treatment. Dr. Samadi has performed many successful robotic surgeries on patients from all over the globe.
Dr. Samadi goes on to talk about the need to improve on equipment diagnosing cancer to avoid overtreatment or diagnosis of the condition. According to Samadi, there is a need for more studies on matters concerning genetics and advanced methods that will be used to detect cancer precisely without any assumptions.
Being the pioneer of the robotic surgery technique, David Samadi explained some of the benefits of this new procedure compared to other techniques. One of the advantages is the time, the producers takes from one hour to two hours, and one is only required to stay for 24 hours in the hospital for supervision after the process.
One of the fears that come with being diagnosed with prostate cancer is low libido or sexual disruption, Dr. Samadi’s invention ensures that the sex drive of the patients is not affected, another advantage is; the procedure gives the doctor an opportunity to save the urethra. Dr. Samadi also explains that the time one is required to stay with the catheter is shorter, and this allows patients to go back to their healthy, normal lives faster.
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