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Comparative Study of Minimally Invasive Treatment of Ureteral Calculi in People’s Armed Police Officers and Soldiers

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Jianfeng Huang, Tao Wang, Haosheng Chang, Qianhui Wang, Yong Nie*

Beijing People's Armed Police Corps Hospital, Beijing, China.

*Corresponding author: Yong Nie

Published: May 24,2024

Abstract

Objective: To observe and analyze the effect of minimally invasive treatment of ureteral calculi in People’s Armed Police officers and soldiers. Methods: 76 People’s Armed Police officers and soldiers with ureteral calculi admitted to our hospital from December 2021 to October 2023 were randomly divided into the holmium laser group treated with transurethral ureteral soft ureteroscopic holmium laser lithotripsy and the conventional pneumatic ballistic lithotripsy group treated with ureteroscopic pneumatic ballistic lithotripsy, with 38 cases each. The conditions of stone removal and discharge in the two groups were observed, and postoperative rehabilitation and pain were monitored, and the risk of complications in the two groups was analyzed. Results: The one-time lithotomy success rate (97.37%, 37/38) and postoperative stone removal rate (97.37%, 37/38) in the holmium laser group were significantly higher than those in barometric ballistics group (81.58%, 31/38). 78.95%, 30/38) (P<0.05). The operative time (49.48±10.68min), the duration of post-operative visible hematuria (14.52±1.68h) and the indindment time of double J tube (3.98±0.78d) in holmium laser group were significantly lower than those in pneumatic ballistic group (58.52±8.63min, 18.23±1.92h, 8.13±1.03d) (P <0.05). The incidence of postoperative complications and VAS score in the holmium laser group were significantly lower than those in the barometric ballistics group (P<0.05). Conclusion: The clinical efficacy of this study in the treatment of ureteral calculi in People’s Armed Police officers and soldiers is reliable, the advantages of minimally invasive surgery are further improved, the postoperative pain is less, the risk of complications is lower, and the postoperative rehabilitation speed is accelerated, which is helpful for People’s Armed Police officers and soldiers to recover as soon as possible and resume normal training and work.

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How to cite this paper

Comparative Study of Minimally Invasive Treatment of Ureteral Calculi in People’s Armed Police Officers and Soldiers

How to cite this paper: Jianfeng Huang, Tao Wang, Haosheng Chang, Qianhui Wang, Yong Nie. (2024) Comparative Study of Minimally Invasive Treatment of Ureteral Calculi in People’s Armed Police Officers and Soldiers. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Research8(2), 304-308.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijcemr.2024.04.022