Urologic nurse practitioner describes her clinical practice

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"I can say that I do see a vast number of different types of patient populations," says Adity Dutta, MSN, AGACNP-BC.

In this video, Adity Dutta, MSN, AGACNP-BC, gives an overview of her clinical practice. Dutta is a nurse practitioner with Georgia Urology.

Transcription:

Please provide an overview of your clinical practice.

So, to start with, I can say that I do see a vast number of different types of patient populations, starting with the kidneys; for example, kidney stones, hydronephrosis. We do take care of post-operative management for urinary stent, lithotripsies, and then post-procedure management of those patients. Renal masses, renal cysts, how to manage complex cysts, how to track those people. Coming to the bladder, for example, UTIs, recurrent UTIs, overactive bladder, interstitial cystitis. I am proud to say that I have seen the largest number of patients with UTI in the Georgia Urology pod last year. I also do take care of [patients with BPH], elevated PSA, prostate cancer management post radiation treatment. [I also see patients with] erectile dysfunction, hypogonadism, any kind of scrotal or testicular issues going on—scrotal trauma, testicular mass or testicular growth type of situation.

This transcription has been edited for clarity.

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