Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Lupine Publishers-Journal of Urology & Nephrology




Urethral ectropion is most common in young girls than elderly woman. The objective in this study was to show anatomopathologic and clinic types of urethral ectropion. We were reported two cases in young girls and one case in 67 years old woman. The clinical symptoms were same. But in the case of old woman we founded right lymph nodes. Biopsy had done in two cases on three. In one of both girls we were discovered after anatomopathology, a vessels thrombosis but in a year-old-woman it was urethral adenocarcinoma. Management of urethral ectropion depends of age (young girl or elderly woman) and staging of tumor if it was urethral carcinoma.



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Ethics Applied in ICU For Rehabilitation Care in Users with Oncological Disease and Compromised Renal Function.. J Urol Neph St 1(2)- 2018. JUNS.MS.ID.000110.Ethics Applied in ICU For Rehabilitation Care in Users with Oncological Disease and Compromised Renal Function : (JUNS)- Lupine Publishers



Renal rehabilitation based on early body movement in intensive care units that has been expanding its fields of action from the areas of health promotion, disease prevention, maintenance and rehabilitation of people from the center of study human body movement applied in comprehensive care in intensive care units, which leads to reflection on a reflective theoretical discernment process of conceptual elements that lead to understand the ethical vision of the concept of body and movement in a hospitalization context from the renal environment where key aspects such as pain, care, dysfunctions, limitations and disabilities resulting from the immobilization process are articulated in the bioethical principles from the praxis of human movement.




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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Lasertripsy For the Controlled Coarse Fragmentation of Urinary Tract Stones : (JUNS)- Lupine publishers


Lasertripsy For the Controlled Coarse Fragmentation of Urinary Tract Stones by OL Antipov in Journal of Urology & Nephrology Studies in Lupine publishers

Development  of  novel  methods  for  controlled  coarse  fragmentation  of  urinary  tract  stones  may  help  to  minimise  the  risk  of  urinary tract infection and prevent the small stone fragments, responsible for residual stone formation, from entering into the calyx-calcification system of a kidney. The experimental results demonstrated that the following parameters of a pulsed laser operating at the 2097 nm (or the 1967 nm) wavelength were optimal for a controlled fractioning of the stones in air: the pulse duration of 20-30 ns, the repetition rate of 200-1000 Hz (or more), and pulse energy of 45-55 mJ. The relatively small pulse energy coupled with the high repetition rate enabled the destruction of concrements into fragments small enough to be removed with the amplatz.

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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Prevalence and Risk Factors of Post-Transplantation Diabetes Mellitus in Patients after Kidney Allotransplantation in Moscow: (JUNS)-Lupine publishers



Purpose:To find out the prevalence, and the risk factors conducive to the development of post-transplantation diabetes mellitus (PTDM) after kidney allotransplantation (KAT).
Methods: The medical histories of 146 recipients of kidney allotransplants received between 1989 and 2014 were reviewed in retrospect. Diabetes mellitus diagnosed before KAT was a criterion for exclusion from the study. Analysed as risk factors were: sex, age, KAT time, and the use of glycocorticoids (GCs), tacrolimus (Tc), and/or cyclosporine A (CcA). The veritability of their influence was assessed using the step-wise linear regression analysis method.
Results: The recipients’ average age was 42.9 +/- 20.2 (х±σ) years at the time of the study. PTDM prevalence in the general group was 21.9% (n=32). Age and the use of calcineurin inhibitors (CNIs) and GCs had the greatest impact on PTDM development  (р=0,01).


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