Benign prostatic hyperplasia surgery and patient's information: What do patients understand and remember?

[Benign prostatic hyperplasia surgery and patient's information: What do patients understand and remember?] Prog Urol. 2020 Jan 17;: Authors: Dominique I, Ecochard R, Morel-Journel N, Terrier JE, Paparel P, Ruffion A, Champetier D Abstract INTRODUCTION: Preoperative information is a key to adherence to treatment for the patients, but may be misunderstood because of its density and complexity. The aim of this study was to assess comprehension and satisfaction of patients about preoperative information of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) surgery. Factors influencing patient understanding were also studied. PATIENTS AND METHODS: It was a monocentric study on questionnaires including every patients planned for BPH surgery, whatever the surgical technique. A survey was sent at patient's home after the preoperative consultation. RESULTS: One hundred and six of 210 patients (50,5 %) returned the questionnaire. 38,68 % (n=41) found the quality of information excellent (9 or 10 out of 10), and 45,28 % (n=48) found the quality of information good (7 or 8 out of 10). The main recalled complications were retrograde ejaculation (39.6 %, n=42/106), and bleeding (29,2 %, n=31/106). 57.6 % of patients (n=61) remembered receiving the written information sheet of the French Association of Urology. 5.7 % (n=6) hesitated having the procedure. Only patient's age was significantly associated with difference ...
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