Netcare Parklands Hospital
Biography -Dr Kalpee MbCHB, FCUrol(SA)
Dr Kalpee has always had a keen interest in Endourology and was instrumental in opening the first stone unit in the country at Inkosi Albert Luthui Central Hospital.
His post graduate training involved a research fellowship with Professor Olivia Traxer and Professor Andries Hoznek in Paris covering flexible ureteroscopy and supine PCNL. He has completed a two Holmium laser enucleation masterclass's with Professor Scoffone in Turin Italy and Prof Beaumont in Paris. He was the only South African awarded the International Endourology fellowship in 2012 with Professor Monga at the Cleveland Clinic.
Dr Kalpee is currently a practicing Endourologist in Durban with interest in stone disease and holmium laser enucleation of the prostate. He is proficient in performing ureteroscopy and laser lithotripsy having performed more than one thousand procedures. He is currently also the only surgeon in the country performing supine percutaneous nephrolithotomy, having performed more than one hundred punctures. Dr Kalpee was also the first Urologist in the country to perform Holmium Laser Enucleation of the prostate (HOLEP) and is the founding member of the South African Holmium User Group (SAHUG). He has performed more than one hundred procedures and is a HOLEP proctor for Karl Storz and Boston Scientific.
Dr Kalpee has presented at several endourology meetings both nationally and internationally including the Expert in Stone Disease Meetings and the World Congress of Endourology. He is also a keynote speaker at several post graduate workshops for CRBARD, Cook Medical, Boston Scientific, Bayer medical and Karl Storz. He is a member of the International Endourology society and the Southern African Endourology Society. He has recently become a board member of the SIU subcomittee on Endourology and Stone Disease. His publications include Supine PCNL and demographics of renal calculi patients in Kwazulu-Natal.
Tuesday, October 29
8:35 AM – 9:25 AM
Tuesday, October 29
10:15 AM – 10:25 AM