Powerful, Precise BPH Treatment

What is Rezūm?

Powered by Convective Radiofrequency (RF) Water Vapor Thermal Therapy technology, Rezūm applies RF thermal energy to safely and effectively treat lower urinary tract symptoms secondary to BPH. Each treatment uses 0.42ml of radiofrequency heated sterile water vapor which rapidly and uniformly disperses through the tissue interstices. The condensation of water vapor releases stored thermal energy. Cell membranes are gently denatured, thereby causing immediate cell death, the vasculature is closed, and there is denervation of the alpha adrenergic nerves within the treatment zone providing you with an efficient, uniform, predictable treatment. Over time, this ablated tissue is reabsorbed by the body’s natural healing response, reducing the volume of tissue allowing the urethra to open relieving LUTs symptoms.

AUA 2017 Surgical Techniques:

Dr. Tobias Kohler Presents three Rezūm Cases
AUA17: BPH Surgical Techniques Plenary Session,
Rezūm was featured during the BPH Surgical Techniques Plenary Session (segment 8:50-26:00). Dr. Kohler discusses three Rezūm cases, clinical data, side effects, expectation setting, and procedural tips and tricks.


Rezūm Convective RF Thermal Therapy
Rezūm provides the following benefits:
  • Alternative to BPH medications1
  • Relieves symptoms safely and effectively2
  • Provides noticeable symptom improvement within two weeks
  • Simple in-office/out-patient therapy
  • Does not require general anesthesia
  • Preserves sexual and urinary functions2
  • Allows patients to return to regular activities within a few days2


1McVary K, Gange S, Gittelman M et al. Erectile and Ejaculatory Function Preserved With Convective Water Vapor Energy Treatment of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Secondary to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: Randomized Controlled Study. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 2016. doi:10.1016/j.jsxm.2016.03.372.

2Roehrborn CG, Gange SN, Gittelman MC et al. Convective radiofrequency water vapor thermal therapy with Rezūm System: Durable two- year results of randomized controlled and prospective crossover studies for treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms due to benign prostatic hyperplasia. J Urol 2017. In Press.

Step One: Finding Patients
  • Patients who are watchful waiting and bothered by symptoms
  • Men who have elected to discontinue or who have chosen not to take BPH medications
  • Men who are not receptive to other minimally invasive or surgical BPH procedures
Step Two: Hands-On Training
  • Attend didactic session and hands-on simulator training course.
  • Prepare and practice for procedure days.
  • Schedule close to procedure day for best experience (evening before/morning of).
Step Three: Schedule Two Case Days
  • Training is brought to you and does not interfere with your normal clinic day
  • Recommended by Clinical Investigators and filed with FDA
  • Schedule an adequate cohort of patients for effective learning and evaluation