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Dr. Matthew Ercolani

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Specialty: Laparoscopic and Robotic Urology. Men’s Health. Aside from NeoTract, he currently trains for AMS and performs a high volume of Green Light procedures

Education

Undergraduate: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Michigan

Postgraduate: New York University, New York, New York

Medical School: State University of New York –Downstate College of Medicine, Brooklyn, NY

Residency: General Surgery, UMDNJ –Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Newark, NJ
Urology, UMDNJ –Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Newark, NJ

Fellowship: Laparoscopic and Robotic Urology, L’Institut Mutualiste Montsouris, Paris, France

 

Practice

Elite Urology of Southwest Florida
401 Commercial Ct.
Suite E
Venice, FL 34292

Dr. Ercolani is a full-time staff member of four Southwest Florida hospitals (Blake Medical Center, Doctor’s Hospital of Sarasota, Englewood Community Hospital, DeSoto Memorial Hospital) and Oroville Hospital in Northern California. He started performing UroLift System treatments in June 2014 and has been training physicians since 2015. He is also very active with other BPH treatments including Procept aquablation of the prostate, Greenlight laser vaporization of the prostate and robotic simple prostatectomy.

Licensure and Certification

  • American Board of Urology
  • Florida State Medical License
  • New Jersey Medical License

UroLift Local Anesthesia Protocol

  • UroLift Anesthesia Protocol: This information is presented in conjunction with Dr. Ercolani. Surgical technique, medication and anesthesia regimens are based on his experience with the UroLift System. Medical practice is solely the responsibility of the treating physician and not the named physicians or NeoTract, Inc.
  • The steps in this protocol are presented in the sequence performed by Dr Ercolani.
  • MAC Anesthesia Protocol

Program Agenda:

Objective:

  • Demonstrate the Premier Patient Experience offered by UroLift System treatment in the OR under MAC anesthesia and teach surgeons to replicate this in their own practice.

Location & Logistics:

  • Attire: Scrubs provided at facility
  • Direct flights are available from these airports.

Evening before case observations –6:30pm Dinner for Out of Town Physicians (Location TBD)

  • Meet & greet with attending surgeons
  • Review guest objectives
  • Overview of cases and what to expect on case day

Didactic presentation

  • UroLift System as part of the standard of care for BPH
  • Clinical Data: risks and benefits
  • Coding, reimbursement, & economics
  • Personal Experience

Agenda

7:45am

Didactic presentation and meet and greet with attending surgeons

  • UroLift System as part of the standard of care for BPH
  • Clinical Data: risks and benefits
  • Coding, reimbursement, & economics
  • Personal Experience
  • Case 1 Preview: history, work-up & reasons for selecting UroLift System treatment

8:00 AM

1st Case
After 1st Case

  • Facility Tour
  • Case 2 Preview: history, work-up & reasons for selecting UroLift System treatment
  • Best Practices: Patient selection, consultation, and expectations

9:00 AM

2nd Case 
After 2nd Case 

  • Review patent education tools
  • Case 3 Preview: history, work-up & reasons for selecting UroLift System treatment

10:00 AM

3rd Case 
After 3rd Case 

  • Review staff training, utilization, esp. mid-levels
  • Case 4 Preview: history, work-up & reasons for selecting UroLift System treatment

11:00 AM

4th Case 
After 4th Case

  • Review Patient Awareness activities, Advocacy, Practice Efficiency, Staff Engagement, etc.
  • Q&A

  • Wrap-up

  • Goal for implementing learning

12:00 PM

5th Case 
After 5th Case

  • Q&A

  • Wrap-up

  • Goal for implementing learning

1:00 PM

  • Depart for airport