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AINU launches State-of-the-Art Andrology Care

AINU launches State-of-the-Art Andrology Care

AHH-owned Asian Institute of Nephrology and Urology (AINU), India’s largest single-specialty hospital network of Urology & Nephrology Care, proudly announced the inauguration of its cutting-edge male reproductive and sexual health facility at AINU, Chennai hospital. As part of this announcement, AINU has also appointed its Fellowship-Trained Certified Microsurgical Andrologist and Urologist, Dr. Sanjay Prakash J, as the head of AINU Andrology, Chennai. Being the only certified Andrologist in Chennai, Dr. Sanjay brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the position, having earned a stellar reputation for his contributions to the field of andrology and urology.

Commenting on the launch of AINU Andrology, Dr Arun Kumar, Managing Director, Chief Consultant Urologist, AINU, Chennai, said, “As pioneers in Urology and Nephrology, we are acutely aware of the pressing need to rectify this deficiency. Hence, we have taken the decisive step to introduce specialized Andrology services. Spearheaded by our proficient and seasoned team of clinicians, this initiative aims to bridge the existing gap in Men’s sexual and Reproductive Health. 

Adding to this, Dr.VenkatSubramaniam, Executive Director & Senior Consultant Urologist said,“Our aim is to lead the charge in addressing the intricate complexities of male reproductive and sexual health, introducing pioneering advancements that set new standards in care. At AINU Andrology, our unwavering commitment is to ensure that every patient receives the utmost quality of care, ultimately reshaping the landscape of male reproductive and sexual health for the better."

Dr. Sanjay Prakash J, Consultant Microsurgical Andrologist and Urologist, AINU – Chennai, added,"Male infertility accounts for a significant portion, approximately 40-50%, of all infertility cases, often characterized by issues like poor sperm count, which sadly robs many men of the opportunity to father a biological child. Adding to this challenge is Erectile Dysfunction, another prevalent factor contributing to infertility.