Determine suitable BPH treatment options

Overview by Professor Richard Hindley

Consultant Urologist

University College London Hospitals 

and Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Professor Richard Hindley -Consultant Urological Surgeon

Minimally Invasive treatments – which one may be appropriate for you?

(Robotic and Open prostatectomy are included for completeness)

*We recommend you read the BPH and Information Collection pages in the first instance

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0% with Urolift, iTind and PAE

5% with Rezum

7% with Aquablation

45% with HoLEP, GreenLEP and Greenlight laser

45%+ with TURP

75%+ with Open Prostatectomy

So for moderate symptoms and a prostate volume of less than 100ml, REZUM and Urolift are the best treatment options.

Is Erectile Function Important? (See IIEF link)

With PAE, 60% of patients report an improvement in erectile function.

Incidence of erectile dysfunction with other treatments is as follows:

 

 

 

 

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