In this study We examined the wellbeing and adequacy of the CyberWand™ lithotripter and what stone thickness means for the viability. We reflectively broke down the results of percutaneous nephrolithotomy performed utilizing the CyberWand double recurrence ultrasonic lithotripter at our establishment between November 2009 and July 2015. An aggregate of 63 methods were performed on 57 renal units and, along these lines, we might be viewed as a low volume place. We evaluated the results of each renal unit as far as the clinically irrelevant lingering section rate, intricacy rate, working room time, assessed blood misfortune and length of hospitalization. Our results utilizing the CyberWand lithotripter were similar to those of other lithotripsy modalities as far as the inconvenience rate and clinically irrelevant remaining part rate. We examined the wellbeing and viability of the CyberWand lithotripter and what stone thickness means for the adequacy. We reflectively dissected the results of percutaneous nephrolithotomy performed utilizing the CyberWand double recurrence ultrasonic lithotripter at our establishment between November 2009 and July 2015. An aggregate of 63 techniques were performed on 57 renal units and, in this manner, we might be viewed as a low volume place. We evaluated the results of each renal unit as far as the clinically immaterial remaining section rate, entanglement rate, working room time, assessed blood misfortune and length of hospitalization. We assessed the impact of HU of the stone (under 1,000 HU considered delicate and more noteworthy than 1,000 HU thought about hard) on the result . 

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