Urinary tract stone analysis in Loei province

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Krit Santanapipatkul Wilairak Jantakun Monthira Tanthanuch

Abstract

Objective : To study and analysis stone in urolithiasis patient  at Loei province


Material and Methods  : Case control study included 161 urolithiasis patients who underwent any treatment at  Loei Hospital and received stone for infrared spectroscopy and 170 patients  who were not urolithiasis and no past history urolithiasis with investigated not show urinary tract stone between July 2015 to Januray 2016 were enrolled in the study.The parameters of demographic data ,Urolithiasis data and stone analysis data were collected and analysed by statistic  method


Results : Urolithiasis patients in Loei province had family history of urolithiasis 24.8%,The most common occupation was Farmer 80.1%, Boiled water and bottled water were  statistic significant stone prevention and Papaya  salad  with  pickled fish  and Laab/Koi  that patient eat more than 3 times/day  were statistic significan for stone formation . Urolithiasis in loei province was pure stone(56%) more than mixed stone(44%) ,Stone types by regarding to major component found the most common was  oxalate group followed by  phosphate and uric group respectively


Conciusion :  Urolithiasis in Loei province was pure stone more than mixed stone,Stone types by regarding to major component found the most common was  oxalate group. Risk factors for loei  stone formation were Papaya  salad  with  pickled fish  and Laab/Koi .Boiled water and bottled  water were protective urinary tract stone formation  factor

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Santanapipatkul, K., Jantakun, W., & Tanthanuch, M. (2019). Urinary tract stone analysis in Loei province. The Thai Journal of Urology, 40(2), 09-18. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/TJU/article/view/217869
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