Dramatic Health is proud to announce the launch of the new website for “Center for Prostate Cancer” in New York City. The new website focuses on premier health video content produced by Dramatic Health, featuring world-renowned specialist, Dr. Ashutosh K. Tewari, chairman of the Department of…
Innovation in Urology
"Urology is a fascinating field. It's interesting because we not only do surgery, but we also diagnose." Dr. Vaughan of New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center describes the many different aspects of urology and the many functions that urologists have, from diagnosis through surgery. Dr. Vaughan also notes how urologists treat everyone, including all ages and both sexes.
Frequently Asked Urological Questions
"How do you know whether that's an infection or something else. That's the type of thing we would hope to explain" Dr. Vaughan of New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center runs through many common questions patients have, for themselves and for doctors, about urology.
Not Just for Men
"If we look at the most common the urologists take care of, it's urinary tract infections, and guess who has those. It's women, not men." Dr. Vaughan of New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center dispels the common assumption that urology is a medical field dedicated to men. Dr. Vaughan also reviews several urologic conditions that commonly afflict women.
Taking Responsibility for Your Health
"We're entering a new era in medicine where the patients are going to be taking an incredible amount of responsibility for their own diseases." Dr. Vaughan of New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center explains how now, with the advent of new technology facilitating communication and learning, he believes patients will be able to start diagnosing urologic diseases themselves.
Living with One KidneyIs fear of living with only one kidney stopping you from donating to those who need it most? Dr. Joseph Del Pizzo, an Assistant Professor of Urology and the Director of Laparoscopic Surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center, gives words of encouragement and comfort to those contemplating becoming kidney donors.
Communication with your DoctorDo you frequently have to urinate, and you feel yourself constantly running to make it to the bathroom to relieve yourself? You may be one of the many people who suffer from OAB, more commonly known as overactive bladder. Meet Patty, and watch in this informative episode how she decided to take matters into her own hands and see a urologist.
After extremely elevated PSA levels, Fred walked into Dr. Tewari's office and made on one the most important decisions of his life. That was 9 years ago, and now Fred shares his gratitude for Dr. Tewari and his amazing staff that have continued to play a supportive role on his ongoing journey of good health. This is Fred's story.
In December of 2012, shortly before Christmas Eve, Richard discovered he was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. Watch, as he outlines the key factors that have led him to a cancer-free life and please contact Dr. Tewari's office if you would like to learn more about Richard's experience and insights.
Mayo Clinic utilizes user-generated content to promote its Patient Care Assistant (PCA) program Mayo Clinic published a new video that features Courtney, a PCA for the hospital. In the video she explains her journey to becoming a PCA and how Mayo Clinic helped her in…