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The impact of ureteral stent indwelling time on the treatment of acute infection caused by ureteral calculi.
Shi YF, et al. Urolithiasis 2017. PMID 28229196
Ureteric stenting is an effective drainage method in patients with acute urinary tract infection caused by ureteral calculi; however, the optimal ureteral stent indwelling time has not been clearly defined. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of ureteric stent indwelling time on the treatment of acute infection secondary to urinary tract calculi. ...
Ureteric stenting is an effective drainage method in patients with acute urinary tract infection caused by ureteral calculi; h …
Procalcitonin determined at emergency department as na early indicator of progression to septic shock in patient with sepsis associated with ureteral calculi.
Ko YH, et al. Int Braz J Urol 2016. PMID 27256181 Free PMC article.
INTRODUCTION: To investigate the role of initial procalcitonin (PCT) level as an early predictor of septic shock for the patient with sepsis induced by acute pyelonephritis (APN) secondary to ureteral calculi. ...CONCLUSION: Our study demonstrated elevated initial PCT levels as an early independente predictor to progress into septic shock in patients with sepsis associated with ureteral calculi....
INTRODUCTION: To investigate the role of initial procalcitonin (PCT) level as an early predictor of septic shock for the patient with sepsis …
Leucocytosis and severe pain due to ureteral calculi.
Toyoda Y, et al. Hinyokika Kiyo 1988. PMID 3195403 Free article.
We reviewed the outcome of 300 cases without urinary tract infections to determine the relationship between leucocytosis and severe pain due to ureteral calculi. ...Since leucocytosis often accompanies ureteral calculi, caution should be exercised in distinguishing it from appendicitis....
We reviewed the outcome of 300 cases without urinary tract infections to determine the relationship between leucocytosis and severe pain due …
Predictors for spontaneous stone passage in patients with renal colic secondary to ureteral calculi.
Sfoungaristos S, et al. Int Urol Nephrol 2012. PMID 21544652
OBJECTIVES: To determine the clinical, laboratory, and imaging variables that can predict spontaneous stone passage in patients with renal colic secondary to ureteral calculi. ...The presence of ureteral calculi was confirmed by either a kidney-ureter-bladder plain film or an ultrasound or a computer tomography. ...
OBJECTIVES: To determine the clinical, laboratory, and imaging variables that can predict spontaneous stone passage in patients with renal c …
Impaction of ureteral stones into the ureteral wall: Is it possible to predict?
Sarica K, et al. Urolithiasis 2016. PMID 26662172
To determine the possible predictive value of certain acute phase reactants CRP and ESR as well as radiologic parameters on the degree of impaction in ureteral stones. A total of 80 adult patients with a single opaque proximal ureteral stone were evaluated. A non-contrast CT was performed in all cases and all possible radiologic predictive parameters calculated. ...
To determine the possible predictive value of certain acute phase reactants CRP and ESR as well as radiologic parameters on the degree of im …
A novel model to predict the risk of readmission in patients with renal colic
Sfoungaristos S, et al. J Endourol 2014. PMID 24742211
PATIENTS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed patients with renal colic secondary to ureteral calculi admitted to our hospital from March 2009 until September 2010. ...Stone size (P<0.001) and location (P<0.001) and serum white blood cell count (P=0.009) were statistically significantly different between groups. ...
PATIENTS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed patients with renal colic secondary to ureteral calculi admitted to our hosp …
Significance of Neutrophil-to-Lymphocyte Ratio as a Novel Indicator of Spontaneous Ureter Stone Passage
Lee KS, et al. Yonsei Med J 2017. PMID 28792143 Free PMC article.
Physical examination, urinalysis, complete blood count, serum chemistry and inflammatory markers, plain radiographs, and NCCT at initial presentation were reviewed to analyze predictors of future SSP. ...Our results suggest that ureteral inflammation plays an important role in SSP. Early intervention may be considered for patients presenting with high NLR (≥2.3)....
Physical examination, urinalysis, complete blood count, serum chemistry and inflammatory markers, plain radiographs, and NCCT at init …
Emergency Ureteral Stone Treatment Score Predicts Outcomes of Ureteroscopic Intervention in Acute Obstructive Uropathy Secondary to Urolithiasis.
Tran TY, et al. J Endourol 2017. PMID 28637368
Two complications (ureteral perforation) occurred. Stone size, duration of symptoms before presentation, and serum white blood count at presentation did not affect SF rates. 95.5% of the treatment failures were attributed to a tight ureter preventing stone access. ...Administration of alpha blockers before surgery may improve success rates by providing preoperative ureteral dilation....
Two complications (ureteral perforation) occurred. Stone size, duration of symptoms before presentation, and serum white blood
Role of white blood cell and neutrophil counts in predicting spontaneous stone passage in patients with renal colic.
Sfoungaristos S, et al. BJU Int 2012. PMID 22372435 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: To determine the clinical, imaging and laboratory variables that can predict spontaneous passage of ureteral stones causing renal colic and the role of white blood cell (WBC) and neutrophil counts for the prediction of spontaneous calculi passage. ...Based on our results, WBC and neutrophil counts should be considered when patients with renal colic secondary to ureteral calculi are evaluated since they can significantly add to spontaneous elimination prediction. ...
OBJECTIVE: To determine the clinical, imaging and laboratory variables that can predict spontaneous passage of ureteral stones causin …
Predictive Factors for Spontaneous Stone Passage and the Potential Role of Serum C-Reactive Protein in Patients with 4 to 10 mm Distal Ureteral Stones: A Prospective Clinical Study.
Özcan C, et al. J Urol 2015. PMID 25963189
PURPOSE: We investigated possible predictive factors for spontaneous stone passage and the potential role of serum C-reactive protein and white blood count in patients with 4 to 10 mm distal ureteral stones. ...CONCLUSIONS: Stone size, previous spontaneous passage, hydronephrosis, serum C-reactive protein and white blood count can be used to predict spontaneous stone passage in patients with 4 to 10 mm distal ureteral stones. ...
PURPOSE: We investigated possible predictive factors for spontaneous stone passage and the potential role of serum C-reactive protein and wh …
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