Assessment of the prevalence of kidney stone diseases in a Malaysian teaching hospital

ConclusionsFuture national studies are needed to better assess the scope of the disease epidemiological measures, and to determine kidney stone formation pattern in the Malaysian population. As healthcare provision that copes with the significance of the disease will assure better outcomes.
Source: African Journal of Urology - Category: Urology & Nephrology Source Type: research

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We report outcomes of our initial experience with LP in 38 children from 2 months of age. Materials and Methods From June 2015 to December 2017 38 children aged 2-60 months (mean age 1.7 years) underwent LP for correction of PUJ obstruction. The mean pre operative anteroposterior diameter of the renal pelvis (APD) was 43,5mm and all patients had hydronephrosis (APD 21.4-76 mm) and obstructed curve on diuretic renogram. Anderson-Hynes pyeloplasty was the performed technique. Results are reported. Results Mean operative time was 107 minutes (70-180) with no conversion to open procedure. Pain control was needed mainly in the ...
Source: International Braz J Urol - Category: Urology & Nephrology Source Type: research
Our purpose is to describe the ultrasound sign for a correct non-invasive diagnosis of omental infarction in children. From January 2014 to December 2018, a total of 234 children (109 boys and 125 girls, age range 3 –15 y) with acute right-sided abdominal pain, admitted to our hospital with a presumptive diagnosis of acute appendicitis, were prospectively evaluated. In all patients, abdominal ultrasound was performed, and the omental fat was always evaluated. In 228 patients, the omental fat resulted to be no rmal or hyperechogenic, never tethered, and they results affected by other causes of abdominal pain different...
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ConclusionThe results of this randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial suggest that PVB should be considered an effective strategy to reduce opioid requirement and improve pain control for patients undergoing PCNL.
Source: World Journal of Urology - Category: Urology & Nephrology Source Type: research
I'm a PGY-1, and with half of the year done and about 2 months of total actual EM time done, I'm noticing some pretty big recurrent problems. I was hoping to get some advice on how to deal. Firstly, I have a really bad habit of anchoring to diagnoses. Fairly often I'll get a strong bias towards whatever diagnosis seems most likely initially. The other day, a lady with history of kidney stones came in with colicky groin pain and couldn't get comfortable in any position. I got the workup... Recurrent Performance Problems
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Black and Latino patients treated for kidney stones in emergency departments around the U.S. tend to get less pain-killing medication compared to whites, a new study finds.Reuters Health Information
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Publication date: Available online 13 January 2020Source: Urology Case ReportsAuthor(s): Meng-Tian Liang, Chao Wang, Fa Zhang, Feng-Hai ZhouAbstractA 48-year-old man was presented in the local hospitalized where he lived because of lower back pain one month ago. Then he came to our hospital for kidney stones on the right side within horseshoe kidneys and hydronephrosis diagnosed by imaging and abdominal ultrasound. After we proceeded single standard percutaneous nephrolithotomy with holmium laser combined EMS, his stones were totally removed with little intraoperative bleeding. No eventful post-operative complications occu...
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(Reuters Health) - Black and Latino patients treated for kidney stones in emergency departments around the U.S. tend to get less pain-killing medication compared to whites, a new study finds.
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New research in pigs suggests that combining a hypertension drug and a glaucoma drug may take the pain out of passing a kidney stone.
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The objective of this study was to assess the HRQOL of patients with or without tiopronin treatment. For this cross-sectional survey, patients on tiopronin treatment were recruited through the “Thiola® Total Care Hub, ” a specialty pharmacy used to dispense tiopronin, and compared with patients not taking tiopronin (non-tiopronin group) who were identified from the Cystinuria Contact Registry at New York University School of Medicine. Consented patients responded to a survey that included questions about their experiences with kidney stones, the Wisconsin stone quality of life (WISQOL) (disease-specific) qu...
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CAMBRIDGE (CBS) – A new treatment could help ease the passage of kidney stones, according to researchers at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital. Scientists said this week that muscle relaxants can reduce the contractions that cause pain when passing the stones. About 1 in 10 people will have the painful experience of kidney stones. They cause more than 500,000 emergency room visits in the United States every year. But local researchers think they’ve made a discovery that can help. They say delivering a combination of two muscle relaxants directly to the ureter, the tube that connects the kidneys and bladder,...
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