Kidney stones must not be touched by lithotripsy or other surgical procedures

Top Quote Kidney stones disappear by using a unique thermobalancing therapy invented by Simon Allen. It is important as surgical procedures, such as percutaneous nephrolithotomy or extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWL), are risky. Furthermore the therapy enabled by Dr Allen's device for kidney stones treatment is cost-effective. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) December 12, 2015 - A research from the Mayo Clinic concludes, "At 19 years of follow-up SWL for renal and proximal ureteral stones was associated with the development of hypertension and diabetes mellitus." And about 16 in 100 people had side effects after percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL).

    The investigation, the postoperative outcomes of PCNL in English National Health Service (NHS) hospitals, has concluded that haemorrhage and infection represent relatively common and potentially severe complications of PCNL. The findings published last year 'Percutaneous nephrolithotomy increases the risk of diabetes: A 5-year follow-up study,' dated March 2014, in the Urology, has concluded that people who undergo a percutaneous nephrolithotomy are in danger to develop diabetes mellitus within 5 years.

    "There is no reason to prescribe lithotripsy or other surgical procedures to treat kidney stones as renal calculi can be dissolved by thermobalancing therapy," says Dr Simon Allen. "Dr Allen's Device can dissolve kidney stones in both kidneys without side effects."

    Moreover, Dr Allen's Device dissolves all sizes and types of kidney stones in kidneys naturally for 155 US Dollars only, while article in the Miami Herald, 'Patients take on More Health Care Costs but Struggle to Find Prices,' dated September 15, 2014, says that healthcare prices to treat kidneys tones are around USD 5000, plus the bill for CT scan may reach USD 9000.

    Professor Ivan Aghadjanyan, who leads the clinical trials on Dr. Allen's Devices at the Department of Urology at Mikaelyan Institute of Surgery, in his interview to the Panorama newspaper has stated: 'The initial results have shown high efficacy of Dr Allen's Devices. Kidney stones have been gradually reducing in size in both men and women.'

    The clinical trial for kidney stones treatment is in progress. The results of the previous urological study were published recently in the Urology journal, Allen S, Aghajanyan IG Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Treatment with New Physiotherapeutic Device, Urol J. 2015 Nov 14;12(5):2371-6. This article can be found in the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health,

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