Aquablation Therapy at AUA LIVE

Aquablation therapy is a surgeon planned, robotically executed heat-free waterjet resection for the treatment of LUTS due to BPH. Don’t miss the leading-edge results of Aquablation therapy at the AUA Live Virtual Conference. Below is a collection of live sessions, presentations, posters, and videos on Aquablation therapy.

AUA Live Event Information

June 27-28, 2020

The AUA has, understandably, shifted to a virtual education experience this year. Over the course of two days, virtual attendees will have access to a couple of different Aquablation therapy sessions through the AUA Live portal.

Aquablation Therapy Sessions at AUA Live

AUA CME Session

Aquablation Surgical Technique: Tips & Tricks

Learn the most recent developments in how to perform Aquablation therapy – a surgeon planned, robotically executed heat-free waterjet resection for the treatment of LUTS due to BPH. The comprehensive procedure walkthrough will guide viewers from TRUS insertion to catheter placement, detailing every step of the procedure.

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The American Urological Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

DATE & TIME:
Sunday, June 28th
12:05 – 1:05pm ET
AUA Live – Day 2, Theater 2

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06/28/2020 12:05 PM 06/28/2020 01:05 PM America/New_York Aquablation Surgical Technique: Tips & Tricks

Follow these instructions to register and view the session:
1) Go to https://aua.digitellinc.com/aua/live/8/page/8
2) Register or log in
3) Click on the “Virtual Sessions” tab on the left side of the page
4) Search for “BPH” and select the session you are interested in
Note: Access to each session begins 15 minutes before the scheduled start time

AUA Live – Day 2, Theater 2 Organizer
Steven Kaplan

Steven Kaplan, MD, FACS
The Mount Sinai Hospital
New York, New York

Industry Sponsored Session

Aquablation Therapy: Reimagining Conventions in BPH Surgical Treatment

The surgical treatment of BPH is rapidly evolving. Come listen to global thought-leaders discuss the most pivotal questions and considerations in BPH surgery today. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in the discussion through a live Q&A session with the faculty.

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DATE & TIME:
Sunday, June 28th
1:00 – 2:00pm ET

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06/28/2020 01:00 PM 06/28/2020 02:00 PM America/New_York Aquablation Therapy: Reimagining Conventions in BPH Surgical Treatment

Follow these instructions to register and view the session:
1) Go to https://aua.digitellinc.com/aua/live/8/page/8
2) Register or log in
3) Click on the “Virtual Sessions” tab on the left side of the page
4) Search for “BPH” and select the session you are interested in
Note: Access to each session begins 15 minutes before the scheduled start time

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Claus Roehrborn
Evolution of the BPH Patient and the Growing Importance of Sexual Function Preservation

Claus G. Roehrborn, MD

Professor and Chair,
Department of Urology
The University of Texas Southwestern University
Dallas, Texas

Peter Gilling
The Role of Resection vs Non-Resection in BPH Surgical Management

Peter Gilling, CNZM, MD, FRACS

Urology Bay of Plenty,
Tauranga and Grace Hospitals
Tauranga, New Zealand

Kevin C. Zorn
Overcoming the Challenges in Treating Prostates >100cc’s

Kevin C. Zorn, MD, FRCSC, FACS

Professor of Urology,
Director of Robotic and Minimally Invasive Prostate Surgery
Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal
Montréal, Canada

Neil Barber
Is There an Optimal Procedure For Prostates 50–100cc’s?

Neil Barber, FRCS (Urol)

Frimley Health Foundation Trust,
Frimley Park Hospital
Surrey, United Kingdom

Lewis Kriteman
Why Aquablation Therapy, and Why Now?

Lewis S. Kriteman, MD, FACS

Georgia Urology,
Northside Hospital
Atlanta, Georgia

AUA Live Aquablation Therapy Live Session Access

Follow these instructions to register and view the session:

  1. Go to https://aua.digitellinc.com/aua/live/8/page/8
  2. Register or log in
  3. Click on the “Virtual Sessions” tab on the left side of the page
  4. Search for “BPH” and select the session you are interested in

Note: Access to each session begins 15 minutes before the scheduled start time

 

AUA Virtual Science

Access to Aquablation Therapy Content Now

Showcased below are some of the accepted abstracts at AUA Live that highlight the most up to date results from our clinical trials as well as real world experience. View a PDF of the presentation or poster, and listen to a recording of the author discuss this groundbreaking research.

To see a PDF of the topic you are interested in, click the links below. If you would like to listen to a live recording of the presentation, go to “AUA Virtual Science” and copy and paste the session ID into the search bar.

Aquablation Therapy Clinical Trial Presentations

Three-Year Outcomes After Aquablation Compared to TURP: Efficacy and Ejaculatory Improvements Sustained

PODIUM
Peter Gilling, MD
Session ID: PD56
Abstract | Presentation Slides

WATER vs WATER II: Two Year Comparison of Aquablation Therapy for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

PODIUM
David-Dan Nguyen, MD
Session ID: PD61
Abstract | Presentation Slides
Audio available

Aquablation for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in Large Prostates (80-150cc): 2-Year Results

MODERATED POSTER
Kevin Zorn, MD
Session ID: MP25
Abstract | Poster
Audio available

Aquablation Therapy Real-World Experience Presentations

Transfusion Rates After 800 Aquablation Procedures Using Various Hemostasis Methods

PODIUM
Dean Elterman, MD
Session ID: PD56
Abstract | Presentation
Audio available

Predictors of Anejaculation after Aquablation Procedure for BPH

PODIUM
David-Dan Nguyen, MD
Session ID: PD61
Abstract | Presentation
Audio available

Aquablation Therapy Brochures and Additional Resources

Aquablation Therapy Brochure

Download our Aquablation therapy brochure

Aquablation Therapy Clinical Data Brochure

Download our clinical data brochure

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