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Bougie urethral dilators: revival or survival?

Katib AA, Al-Adawi MA - Cent European J Urol (2014)

Bottom Line: Retrospectively, a total of 196 medical records over the last four years denoting BOO conditions in men, women, and children were retrieved for analysis.Among the 196 analyzed cases, 24 (12.2%) cases were cured, whereas 172 (87.8%) cases reported complications.We propose the technique to Urology training program directors, all over the world, to teach it as a compulsory skill for junior urologists to master.

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Affiliation: Department of Urology, King Abdul-Aziz Hospital, Makkah, Saudi Arabia.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: To present our center's experience in managing bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) conditions using bougie dilators. We described the dilation technique methodically for teaching purpose.

Patients and method: Retrospectively, a total of 196 medical records over the last four years denoting BOO conditions in men, women, and children were retrieved for analysis. Data reviewed for common complications was namely: perforation, recurrence, urinary tract obstruction (UTI) and inability to overcome the obstruction.

Results: Among the 196 analyzed cases, 24 (12.2%) cases were cured, whereas 172 (87.8%) cases reported complications. Within the complicated cases analyzed, 134 (68.4%) cases had recurrent obstructions, 13 (6.6%) cases had perforations, 6 (3.0%) cases developed UTI, while in 19 (9.7%) cases, we failed to pass the obstruction.

Conclusions: In our center where urethral dilation technique has revived four years ago, it turned back to be the standard choice in managing BOO cases. We propose the technique to Urology training program directors, all over the world, to teach it as a compulsory skill for junior urologists to master.

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Bougie urethral dilators: revival or survival?

Katib AA, Al-Adawi MA - Cent European J Urol (2014)

Foley's catheter mounted on a dilator's (tip).
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC3992440&req=5

Figure 0004: Foley's catheter mounted on a dilator's (tip).
Mentions: Common applications of bougie dilators

Bottom Line: Retrospectively, a total of 196 medical records over the last four years denoting BOO conditions in men, women, and children were retrieved for analysis.Among the 196 analyzed cases, 24 (12.2%) cases were cured, whereas 172 (87.8%) cases reported complications.We propose the technique to Urology training program directors, all over the world, to teach it as a compulsory skill for junior urologists to master.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Urology, King Abdul-Aziz Hospital, Makkah, Saudi Arabia.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: To present our center's experience in managing bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) conditions using bougie dilators. We described the dilation technique methodically for teaching purpose.

Patients and method: Retrospectively, a total of 196 medical records over the last four years denoting BOO conditions in men, women, and children were retrieved for analysis. Data reviewed for common complications was namely: perforation, recurrence, urinary tract obstruction (UTI) and inability to overcome the obstruction.

Results: Among the 196 analyzed cases, 24 (12.2%) cases were cured, whereas 172 (87.8%) cases reported complications. Within the complicated cases analyzed, 134 (68.4%) cases had recurrent obstructions, 13 (6.6%) cases had perforations, 6 (3.0%) cases developed UTI, while in 19 (9.7%) cases, we failed to pass the obstruction.

Conclusions: In our center where urethral dilation technique has revived four years ago, it turned back to be the standard choice in managing BOO cases. We propose the technique to Urology training program directors, all over the world, to teach it as a compulsory skill for junior urologists to master.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus