The incidence rate of urinary tract stones in inpatients at the UKI General Hospital in 2015–2016

Tanggo, Christian Ronald K. (2021) The incidence rate of urinary tract stones in inpatients at the UKI General Hospital in 2015–2016. International Journal of Medical and Health Research, 7 (12). pp. 13-17. ISSN 2454 9142

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This study is the description that aims to characteristics of urinary tract stones in patients hospitalized in the UKI General Hospital. The population of this research is all medical records of inpatients in UKI General Hospital in 2015-2016. The data were taken from patient records in hospitals based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. The results obtained are: distribution of most age groups aged 45-54 years (34.2%), the dominant male gender (68.5%), private jobs with the highest frequency (63%), history of diabetes type 2 (15.1%), history of hypertension (30.1%), accompanied by a urinary tract infection (31.5%), and based on the doctor's diagnosis of kidney stones obtained (21.9%), ureteral rocks (21.9%), bladder stones (13.7%), urethral stones (4.1%), hydronephrosis (19.2%), and renal colic (19.2%). It is expected that Kristen Indonesia University Hospitals can improve health care by educating the patient in the case that factors into a person's risk of urinary tract stones to reduce the frequency or the number of patients with urinary tract stones. Keywords: urinary tract stones, age, sex, urinary tract infection, diabetes mellitus type–2

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE
Depositing User: Ms Mentari Simanjuntak
Date Deposited: 06 Dec 2021 10:49
Last Modified: 10 Dec 2021 03:52

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