Aquablation - 3 year outcomes of WATER trial prove efficacy and durability similar to TURP
26 Feb 2020
Neil Barber has been leading the trials in the UK for Aquablation thereapy for treating BPH. Many patients from the trials came through Frimley Park Hospital with Neil and we are delighted to share the latest results which are proving that this new treatment option is showing results for efficacy and durability similar to TURP - the previous Gold Standard.
BPH - Putting the patient first
20 Feb 2020
As BPH treatments have evolved and now enable patients to make their own choice on the procedure which suits them best, this online conference covers the options available to surgeons and their patients. This includes live surgery and a presentation from Richard Hindley on how new therapies provide different patient benefits.
Improving the accuracy of Prostate Cancer diagnosis with fusion biopsies
20 Aug 2019
Coverage from Surrey Live on the latest technique Simon Bott is using for Prostate Cancer diagnosis.
There has been a huge awareness campaign on using MRI scanning for the prostate cancer diagnosis pathway. This article covers the next steps of combining the MRI scan during the biopsy procedure - fusing the image to allow accurate guidance when taking the biopsy.
Aquablation treatment for BPH proving as good results as TURP
18 Jul 2019
The Daily Mail reports on Aquablation treatment for BPH and the trials results which have shown efficacy is as good as TURP with the additional advantage of reduced risk on sexual function. Neil Barber led this trial in the UK and recruited patients to the trial at Frimley Health. The treatment received NICE approval in 2018 and Neil is able to offer this treatment to patients privately at The Parkside Suite and 25 Harley Street, London.
Government initiative to get treatments to patients on the NHS includes UroLift
16 Jul 2019
The Daily Mail features treatments and drugs that the government are including on their AAC (Accelerated Access Collaborative) scheme to get out to the NHS. UroLift is one of these key treatments included and Neil Barber is quoted in the article on how it can benefit patients and the NHS
Urolift on NHS Fast Track
29 Oct 2018
Great news for all our NHS patients as the Government announces that UroLift will be included on the fast track scheme to help save the NHS money and bring more efficient therapies to patients.
Neil Barber was one of the first surgeons to offer this treatment 6 years ago and comments in this Daily Mail article
The right BPH treatment for you?
11 Oct 2018
We now have an expanding range of BPH treatments, with Rezum and Aquablation being the latest additions to the offering having received NICE approval over the last 3 months.
Professor Richard Hindley gives a quick low down on Rezum steam treatment
NICE Approval for Aquabeam treatment for BPH
20 Sep 2018
NICE has now confirmed approval of water jet ablation treatment, used to treat BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia).
Coverage of the approval was in The Daily Mail too, having chosen to focus on men's health and all things prostate related during 2018.
As the options for treating BPH continue to widen for patients, we are delighted that our dedicated consultants are using their expertise to be at the forefront of these developments.
Neil Barber has been pioneering the way with Aquablation therapy and offering this therapy in NHS Trials at Frimley Park Hospital. The results are looking good as studies, presented to the leading Urological conferences, have shown. Neil is now recruiting patients for a 2nd trial at Frimley Park hospital to ensure this procedure proves its efficacy and enable this procedure to spread across the NHS.
Neil recently welcomed visiting Professor Mauro Dimitri from Rome, Italy to come and watch an Aquablation procedure in action. The patient had a prostate size of 110ml and went home the following day without a catheter
This article from The Daily Mail provides the patient story, as well as comments from Neil on the treatment outcomes.
Rezum receives NICE approval
22 Aug 2018
Media coverage of the prostate steam treatment, Rezum, pioneered by Professor Richard Hindley, has been followed up by confirmation from NICE that the minimally invasive treatment has been approved as a treatment option for the NHS.
Professor Hindley has been carrying out the procedure since March 2017 and over 100 cases have been performed. The procedure is widely used in the USA. Benefits of the procedure are attractive to both the NHS and patients due to the short procedure time and no need for overnight stay.
Read more on the story with the BBC.
For full details on the NICE guidance, click here