Tobias S. Kohler MD, MPH, discusses the literature linking erectile dysfunction to systemic vascular disease, the corollary relationship between vascular disease and its treatment to erectile dysfunction, and pudendal artery stenting.Read More
Tobias S. Köhler, MD, MPH
SIU School of Medicine
Tobias S. Kohler, MD, MPH, is a urologist, with specialty interest and fellowship training in men's health (andrology). He has published more than 150 peer-reviewed scientific articles, book chapters and scientific abstracts and presented both locally and nationally on various subjects, including erectile dysfunction, low testosterone, BPH, surgical education and penile prostheses. He was co-editor for two textbooks: Contemporary Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction, Second Edition, and Surgeons as Educators: A Guide for Academic Development and Teaching Excellence. He recently authored "Wilson's Pearls, Perils and Pitfalls of Penile Prosthesis Surgery." Dr. Kohler is a physician trainer for penile prosthesis surgery in the United States and in Europe. He is a member of the Prospective Registry of Outcomes With Penile Prosthesis for Erectile Restoration (PROPPER) Study — sponsored by American Medical Systems/Boston Scientific. Dr. Kohler is the founder of the soon to be launched Erectile Restoration Outcomes Study (EROS, sponsored by Coloplast) penile implant registry. In addition to his clinical and research activities, Dr. Kohler is active in education, providing mentorship to residents and fellows. Dr. Kohler is the director for the Mayo Clinic Andrology Fellowship, which is anticipated to begin in 2019.
Articles by Tobias S. Köhler, MD, MPH
Posted by Tobias S. Köhler, MD, MPH | May 2018
Tobias S. Kohler, MD, MPH, discusses limitations and biases in literature regarding inflatable penile prosthesis (IPP), and how they led to the development of the PROPPER study and the upcoming Erectile Restoration Outcomes Study (EROS). He describes best practices when performing penile implant surgery, such as infection control, reservoir replacement, wound closure, and patient selection.Read More