This is an information resource designed to help you understand the nature of a medical condition and the surgical procedure most commonly used to treat it.
Inflatable Penile Implant
Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy
Laser Vaporization of the Prostate
Open Surgery Radical Prostatectomy
Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy
Transrectal Ultrasound and Prostate Biopsy
TURBT - Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumor, Female
TURBT - Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumor, Male
TURP - Transurethral Resection of the Prostate
PreOp.com video streams to healthcare providers, video platforms, and social networks.
These are some of our 21,399 Comments, Quotes, and Testimonials. (updates)
Hip Replacement Surgery
Thank you for posting this video - it was very informative and helpful in my understanding of the surgery I will shortly undergo - right hip joint replacement - much appreciated THANKS
LASIK - Laser Eye Surgery
Interesting video for its brevity. Although I think it is definitely necessary to speak with your eye care specialist to make sure you are a candidate for lasik or if it is the best option.
Muy bueno el video.esto le sirve a todas las personas que tienen que administrarse insulina.
Hip Replacement Surgery
I'm having this procedure done on my right hip tomorrow morning. I have been freaking out about this because I really didn't know anything about it. This has helped ease my fear soooo much. Thank you for posting this!
TURP Transurethral Resection Prostate
My dad is getting this procedure done at 6am... I had no idea what it was til after this video...thanks!
For many years I was taught to draw back after I stick with the needle. If there is blood that means I'm in a vein, wrong injection route, therefore, I would have to remove discard and restick with the same process. I've been sticking since 2005, and I only struck a vein once which so happens to be last month. Can you imagine the odds?
That was great. Thank you 🙂
TURP – Transurethral Resection of the Prostate
I"m 82 years old, and I had this procedure done about two years ago and it was totally successful! Now, my urine flow is normal. My problem was SLOW urine flow which is now perfect. God bless surgery procedures!
This 9:46 clip has been the best presentation of the insulin review I needed. Thank you and job well done!
my friend just found out she has diabetes. i am going to tell her about this video. very informative. if i ever need help on medical procedures on my own, i will turn to these videos. 😉 great job posting these.
muy Bueno, y de mucha ayuda !!!
this was a very good video on insulin!
very clear and easy to follow and understand, thank you!
Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)
magnificent..i don't know what i want to say but anyway i thank the man who did that video and who post it on youtube..#thank_you
gracias por la informacion, ahora sé un poco mas de como cuidar a mi madre.
Why not recap the needle? One reason I can think of is getting prick with the needle. I know because it happened to me. I give insulin to my dog and when I went to recap the needle went through the cap right into my finger. I have since learned how to not let that happen.
Me gusta este video quiero mas informacion, yo vi un articulo parecido. que bueno es documental
That was awesome!
Thank you for your help
Thanks for putting this video. ..Really useful one
This video made it much easier, reading it in a textbook seemed a little complicated.
I had mine removed at age 25 and people kept telling me it'd be sooooo painful after they were removed. I took the pain meds given to me and I was back to work in 4 days, eating solid food as well. Guess I was just lucky. Mine were taken out though because if I tightened my throat just a little bit I could make both sides touch. They were bright red and made it hard to swallow as well as when I did get a cold, the cold felt far worse.