Kidney Stone Patients often Experience Pain, and in Some Cases, Complications, from Having a Stent in

Many kidney stone patients suffer from frequent complications and pain after stent insertion, resulting in discomfort until the stent is removed. Based on AUA guidelines, ureteral stents can be omitted when certain criteria are met. Yet, 64% of the urologists around the world routinely insert ureteral stents after URS! ​

Hearing about the inconvenience and pain caused by stents from fellow patients may cause fear in some patients. Ease their worries by sharing with them about the importance of a stent and how it will benefit them!​


Surgical Management of Stones: American Urological Association/Endourological Society Guideline, PART I

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