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Dr. Jan Dolezel

Senior Surgeon

experience

Experience

operating on DaVinci robotic system since 2006, over 2000 operations

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Languages

English and Czech

specialization

Specialization

Urology, Robotic surgery

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Personal details

 
  • Dr. Jan Doležel specializes in nearly whole spectrum of urological surgeries
  • His main focus is on an oncologic urology, however he also specializes on surgeries of urinary tract including treatment of incontinence. He is a member of Czech Urological Society (founding member of section for urodynamic and neuro-urology), European Association of Urology, Czech Society for Oncology, Society of Robotic Surgery
  • Dr. Jan Doležel went through several academic educational stays, for example Institute of Urology in London, United Kingdom; University of Indianapolis and J. Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore; Insel Spital in Bern, Swiss or Neuro-urological department of WernerWicker Clinic in Bad-Wildungen, Germany
  • He has published over 108 professional articles in Czech as well as international medical journals
  • MUDr. Jan Doležel graduated in General Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University in Brno
  • He afterwards got his PhD title in Faculty of Medicine in Bratislava, Slovakia and Diploma on Laparoscopic surgeries in University of Strasbourg, France. Since 2006 he holds a Certificate for performing surgeries on robotic system DaVinci EITS/IRCAD
  • Since 2007 he works in Robotic Centre of St. Zdislava Hospital in Mostiště as a leading surgeon specializing in robotic-assisted urological surgeries
  • He is also partly working as a Head of Oncologic urology department in Masaryk Memorial Cancer Institute in Brno

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  • Dr. Jan Doležel specializes in nearly whole spectrum of urological surgeries
  • His main focus is on an oncologic urology, however he also specializes on surgeries of urinary tract including treatment of incontinence. He is a member of Czech Urological Society (founding member of section for urodynamic and neuro-urology), European Association of Urology, Czech Society for Oncology, Society of Robotic Surgery
  • Dr. Jan Doležel went through several academic educational stays, for example Institute of Urology in London, United Kingdom; University of Indianapolis and J. Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore; Insel Spital in Bern, Swiss or Neuro-urological department of WernerWicker Clinic in Bad-Wildungen, Germany
  • He has published over 108 professional articles in Czech as well as international medical journals
  • MUDr. Jan Doležel graduated in General Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University in Brno
  • He afterwards got his PhD title in Faculty of Medicine in Bratislava, Slovakia and Diploma on Laparoscopic surgeries in University of Strasbourg, France. Since 2006 he holds a Certificate for performing surgeries on robotic system DaVinci EITS/IRCAD
  • Since 2007 he works in Robotic Centre of St. Zdislava Hospital in Mostiště as a leading surgeon specializing in robotic-assisted urological surgeries
  • He is also partly working as a Head of Oncologic urology department in Masaryk Memorial Cancer Institute in Brno

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Introduction

This private Hospital is located about 2 hour driver form Prague. Highly qualified team of experts can offer specialized treatment. Among them: the replacement of large joints or robotized reconstructive surgery of the prostate, bowel surgery and kidney surgery.

Orthopedics deparment:

The orthopaedics ward treats patients with problems, illnesses and injuries of the movement apparatus. During the examination, we evaluate the overall status as well as the range of joint damage and in indicated cases, we arrange for a surgery of these patients (arthroscopy, corrective osteotomy, arthrodesis or artificial joint replacement). Orthopedics is equipped with rehabilitation equipment that allows for subsequent rehabilitation after surgery. Together with the subsequent rehabilitation care facilities, the orthopaedics ward has 28 beds overall, plus additional 3 intensive care beds on the intensive care unit.

Orthopedics surgeries:

•    Endoprosthesis replacements of large joints (hip, knee, shoulder) •    Revision surgeries of large joint replacements •    Arthroscopic surgeries (shoulder, knee, ankle) •    Foot surgery •    Cubital and carpal canal syndrom surgeries •    We remove benign bone or movement apparatus tumours •    Rheumatic surgery •    Traumatology We use these so-called mini-invasive treatments as often as possible, and in indicated cases the PC navigation is being applied. We use the post-surgical blood collection ORTHOP A.S. system or the so-called autotransfusion, modern implants and endoprosthesis. All this lowers the burden put on the patient, improves and fastens up the healing process as well as the post-surgical rehabilitation, shortens the hospital stay and the subsequent recovery phase. Mini-invasive methods also lower the post-surgical pain and smaller scars present an optical advantage.