Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 16 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 47 - 52 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.33719/yud.752698 İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients

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Objective: Post-Ureteroscopic Lesion Scale (PULS) is used to classify ureteral wall injury that occurs during ureteroscopy. In this study we presented the preliminary results of absorbed irrigation fluid volumes according to PULS grades. Material and Methods: Forty-four patients to whom 7F semirigid ureteoscopy was performed due to ureteral stone were included in the study. All patients received general anesthesia. Izotonic containing 1% ethanol was used as irrigation fluid. Ethanol concentration in venous blood was commenced to be measured at the start of irrigation use and was carried on at 15-minute intervals including the post-operative period in the recovery room. Absorbed fluid volume was calculated by using blood ethanol concentrations. Irrigation time, stone size and PULS grade were recorded. Results: Mean operation time was found to be 44.2 ± 19.9 minutes. Mean stone size was measured to be 12.7± 6 mm and mean irrigation fluid amount used was 1371±1262 ml. PULS grade of 0 was seen in 26 patients and that of 1 or more was seen in 18 patients. No patient had a PULS grade of 3 or 4. Mean absorbed fluid volume was measured to be 58 ± 50,6 ml. No significant correlation was found between PULS grade and mean absorbed fluid volume. Conclusion: Fluid absorption during URS is not correlated with the PULS grade. Semirigid URS is a safe treatment option for ureteral stone disease in terms of the level of irrigation fluid being absorbed.
Anahtar Kelime: fluid absorption ureteroscopy complication

Üreter Taşı Hastalarında Postüreteroskopik Lezyon Skalası ile Emilen Irrigasyon Sıvısı Arasında Bağlantı Var Mı?

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Amaç: Üreteroskopi esnasında üreter duvarında oluşan hasarı sınıflandırmak için Post-Üreteroskopik Lezyon Skalası (PULS) kullanılmaktadır. Bu çalışmada PULS derecelerine göre absorbe edilen irrigasyon sıvı hacimlerinin ön sonuçlarını sunduk. Gereç ve Yöntemler: Bu çalışmaya üreter taşı nedeniyle 7 F semirijid üreteroskopi uygulanan 44 hasta dahil edildi. Tüm hastalara genel anestezi uygulandı. %1 etanol içeren izotonik irrigasyon sıvısı olarak kullanıldı. Venöz kan etanol konsantrasyonları irrigasyon kullanılmaya başlaması ile ölçülmeye başlandı, operasyon sonrası derlenme odasını kapsayacak şekilde 15 dakika arayla periyodik ölçüldü. Absorbe edilen sıvı hacmi kan etanol konsantrasyonları kullanılarak hesaplandı. İrrigasyon süresi, taş boyutu, PULS derecesi kaydedildi.Bulgular: Ortalama operasyon süresi 44.2 ± 19.9 dakika olarak saptandı. Ortalama taş hacmi 12.7± 6 mm ve ortalama kullanılan irrigasyon sıvı miktarı 1371±1262 mL olarak ölçüldü. Hastaların 26’sınde PULS derecesi 0 iken 18’inde 1 veya üzerindeydi üzerindeydi. Hiçbir hastada PULS derecesi 3 veya 4 olmadı. Ortalama absorbe edilen sıvı hacmi 58 ± 50,6 mL olarak hesaplandı. PULS derecesi ile ortalama absorbe edilen sıvı miktarı arasında istatistiksel anlamlı fark saptanmadı.Sonuç: URS esnasında oluşan PULS derecesi 1-2 olan veya düşük dereceli submukozal üreter lezyonlarıyla sıvı emilimi korele bulunmamıştır. Semirijid URS, üreter taşı hastalığı tedavisinde irrigasyon sıvısının emilimi açısından güvenli bir yöntemdir
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APA Guzelburc V, Colakogullari M, Kiremit M, Soytas M, BOZ M, Altay B, Erkurt B, ALBAYRAK S, Akbulut Z (2021). Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. , 47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
Chicago Guzelburc Vahit,Colakogullari Mukaddes,Kiremit Murat Can,Soytas Mustafa,BOZ MUSTAFA YÜCEL,Altay Bulent,Erkurt Bülent,ALBAYRAK SELAMİ,Akbulut Ziya Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. (2021): 47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
MLA Guzelburc Vahit,Colakogullari Mukaddes,Kiremit Murat Can,Soytas Mustafa,BOZ MUSTAFA YÜCEL,Altay Bulent,Erkurt Bülent,ALBAYRAK SELAMİ,Akbulut Ziya Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. , 2021, ss.47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
AMA Guzelburc V,Colakogullari M,Kiremit M,Soytas M,BOZ M,Altay B,Erkurt B,ALBAYRAK S,Akbulut Z Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. . 2021; 47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
Vancouver Guzelburc V,Colakogullari M,Kiremit M,Soytas M,BOZ M,Altay B,Erkurt B,ALBAYRAK S,Akbulut Z Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. . 2021; 47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
IEEE Guzelburc V,Colakogullari M,Kiremit M,Soytas M,BOZ M,Altay B,Erkurt B,ALBAYRAK S,Akbulut Z "Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients." , ss.47 - 52, 2021. 10.33719/yud.752698
ISNAD Guzelburc, Vahit vd. "Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients". (2021), 47-52. https://doi.org/10.33719/yud.752698
APA Guzelburc V, Colakogullari M, Kiremit M, Soytas M, BOZ M, Altay B, Erkurt B, ALBAYRAK S, Akbulut Z (2021). Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. Yeni Üroloji Dergisi, 16(1), 47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
Chicago Guzelburc Vahit,Colakogullari Mukaddes,Kiremit Murat Can,Soytas Mustafa,BOZ MUSTAFA YÜCEL,Altay Bulent,Erkurt Bülent,ALBAYRAK SELAMİ,Akbulut Ziya Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. Yeni Üroloji Dergisi 16, no.1 (2021): 47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
MLA Guzelburc Vahit,Colakogullari Mukaddes,Kiremit Murat Can,Soytas Mustafa,BOZ MUSTAFA YÜCEL,Altay Bulent,Erkurt Bülent,ALBAYRAK SELAMİ,Akbulut Ziya Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. Yeni Üroloji Dergisi, vol.16, no.1, 2021, ss.47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
AMA Guzelburc V,Colakogullari M,Kiremit M,Soytas M,BOZ M,Altay B,Erkurt B,ALBAYRAK S,Akbulut Z Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. Yeni Üroloji Dergisi. 2021; 16(1): 47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
Vancouver Guzelburc V,Colakogullari M,Kiremit M,Soytas M,BOZ M,Altay B,Erkurt B,ALBAYRAK S,Akbulut Z Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients. Yeni Üroloji Dergisi. 2021; 16(1): 47 - 52. 10.33719/yud.752698
IEEE Guzelburc V,Colakogullari M,Kiremit M,Soytas M,BOZ M,Altay B,Erkurt B,ALBAYRAK S,Akbulut Z "Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients." Yeni Üroloji Dergisi, 16, ss.47 - 52, 2021. 10.33719/yud.752698
ISNAD Guzelburc, Vahit vd. "Is There a Relationship Between Post-ureteroscopic Lesion Scale and Irrigation Fluid Absorption in Ureteral Stone Disease Patients". Yeni Üroloji Dergisi 16/1 (2021), 47-52. https://doi.org/10.33719/yud.752698