After surgery, a self-maintaining catheter is usually left in the ureter. The insertion of the catheter is to ensure the proper outflow of urine from the kidney after the RIRS procedure, sometimes it allows the ureter to heal properly after crushing the stone.
The stay in hospital usually lasts one day. After the procedure, the patient remains and receives an order for an antibiotic, infusion fluids and other necessary medications.
If material was collected for histopathological examination during the procedure, it should be collected and consulted at the Urology Clinic after about 3 weeks.