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Int Urogynecol J ; 26(12): 1809-14, 2015 Dec.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-26174656

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INTRODUCTION AND HYPOTHESIS: To determine any risk factors associated with ureteral occlusion during transvaginal uterosacral ligament suspension (USLS). METHODS: A retrospective query to identify patients that underwent transvaginal USLS at a teaching hospital from 2008 to 2013 was performed. Patients in which ureteral occlusion was identified by cystoscopy were identified (cases), and compared with those without occlusion (controls). Medical records were reviewed for data abstraction. Variables compared between cases and controls included demographics, medical history/examination, concomitant procedures, number of suspension sutures placed, estimated blood loss and length of hospital stay. Univariate analyses were performed to identify potential risk factors for ureteral occlusion, followed by multivariate regression analysis to estimate odds ratios for identified predictors. RESULTS: A total of 144 USLS procedures were performed. Thirteen cases of ureteral occlusion were identified (9%). Baseline prolapse stage, body mass index, parity, previous hysterectomy or pelvic surgery of the groups were similar (all P > 0.05). Univariate analysis identified age (P = 0.04), concomitant anterior colporrhaphy (P = 0.01), and use of a suture-capturing device for suture placement (P = 0.04) as significant factors. On multivariate logistic regression analysis, concomitant anterior colporrhaphy increased ureteral occlusion risk (OR 10.5, 95%CI 2.37-74.99, P = 0.001), while use of a suture-capturing device decreased it (OR 0.1, 95%CI 0-0.41, P = 0.01). The mean number of suspension sutures placed per side was similar in the two groups (2.6 [range 2-4] for cases and 2.4 [range 1-4] for controls, P = 0.15). CONCLUSIONS: During transvaginal USLS, performance of a concomitant anterior colporrhaphy increased the risk of ureteral occlusion, while the use of a suture-capturing device for suspension suture placement was associated with decreased risk.


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Ligamentos/cirurgia , Prolapso de Órgão Pélvico/cirurgia , Obstrução Ureteral/etiologia , Adulto , Idoso , Idoso de 80 Anos ou mais , Cistoscopia , Feminino , Humanos , Modelos Logísticos , Pessoa de Meia-Idade , Prolapso de Órgão Pélvico/complicações , Estudos Retrospectivos , Fatores de Risco , Obstrução Ureteral/diagnóstico
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Rev. argent. cardiol ; 82(5): 373-380, oct. 2014. graf, tab
Artigo em Espanhol | LILACS-Express | ID: lil-734526

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Introducción: Las mediciones de calidad ayudan a cuantificar la distancia entre la atención en salud que se brinda y la que se debería brindar. Existen mediciones específicas sobre la calidad de la atención del infarto de miocardio que permiten uniformar los datos de calidad que toda institución debería medir para autoevaluarse y compararse con otras. Objetivo: Analizar los datos de calidad de la atención del infarto en nuestro país utilizando los datos del Registro Multicéntrico SCAR (Síndromes Coronarios Agudos en Argentina). Material y métodos: Se analizaron los datos de calidad de atención del infarto de miocardio de los pacientes de la base de datos del Registro Multicéntrico SCAR utilizando definiciones del documento "ACC/AHA 2008 performance measures for adults with ST-elevation and non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction". Resultados: Se analizaron 751 casos de infarto de miocardio con datos completos sobre indicadores de calidad. El uso de aspirina, betabloqueantes, estatinas y antagonistas de la angiotensina fue cercano al 90%. La excepción fue el uso de clopidogrel, que fue del 72,5% en quienes no recibieron reperfusión mecánica. Se relevó la función ventricular durante la internación en el 90,2% de los casos. Recibieron alguna estrategia de reperfusión el 90,1% de los infartos con elevación del segmento ST y menos de 12 horas de evolución. El tiempo puerta-balón fue < 90 minutos en el 50,8% de los casos, mientras que el tiempo puerta-aguja fue < 30 minutos en el 40,5%. Conclusiones: Globalmente se observaron valores altos de cumplimiento en los tratamientos farmacológicos y de reperfusión, excepto en el uso de clopidogrel sin revascularización mecánica. Se observó un cumplimiento bajo en los tiempos apropiados de los tratamientos de reperfusión.


Introduction: Quality assessments help to quantify the gap between healthcare provision and what should be awarded. There are specific measurements on quality of medical care for myocardial infarction which standardize the quality information that every institution should determine for self-assessment and for comparison with others. Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze quality of care for myocardial infarction data in our country using the SCAR (Acute Coronary Syndromes in Argentina) Multicenter Registry. Methods: Quality of care data for myocardial infarction was analyzed in patients included in the database of the SCAR Multicenter Registry using definitions of the "ACC/AHA 2008 performance measures for adults with ST-elevation and non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction" document. Results: The study analyzed 751 myocardial infarction cases with complete data on quality indicators. Aspirin, betablockers, statins and angiotensin antagonists were used in nearly 90% of patients. The exception was clopidogrel which was used in 72.5% of patients not receiving mechanical reperfusion. Ventricular function was assessed during hospitalization in 90.2% of cases. A reperfusion strategy was used in 90.1% of ST-segment-elevation infarctions and less than 12-hour evolution. Door-to-balloon time was < 90 minutes in 50.8% of cases, while door-to-needle time was < 40.5%. Conclusions: Overall, there was high compliance to pharmacological and reperfusion treatments except in the use of clopidogrel without mechanical revascularization, and low compliance to the appropriate times of reperfusion therapy.

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Rev. argent. cardiol ; 82(5): 373-380, oct. 2014. graf, tab
Artigo em Espanhol | BINACIS | ID: bin-131316

RESUMO

Introducción: Las mediciones de calidad ayudan a cuantificar la distancia entre la atención en salud que se brinda y la que se debería brindar. Existen mediciones específicas sobre la calidad de la atención del infarto de miocardio que permiten uniformar los datos de calidad que toda institución debería medir para autoevaluarse y compararse con otras. Objetivo: Analizar los datos de calidad de la atención del infarto en nuestro país utilizando los datos del Registro Multicéntrico SCAR (Síndromes Coronarios Agudos en Argentina). Material y métodos: Se analizaron los datos de calidad de atención del infarto de miocardio de los pacientes de la base de datos del Registro Multicéntrico SCAR utilizando definiciones del documento "ACC/AHA 2008 performance measures for adults with ST-elevation and non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction". Resultados: Se analizaron 751 casos de infarto de miocardio con datos completos sobre indicadores de calidad. El uso de aspirina, betabloqueantes, estatinas y antagonistas de la angiotensina fue cercano al 90%. La excepción fue el uso de clopidogrel, que fue del 72,5% en quienes no recibieron reperfusión mecánica. Se relevó la función ventricular durante la internación en el 90,2% de los casos. Recibieron alguna estrategia de reperfusión el 90,1% de los infartos con elevación del segmento ST y menos de 12 horas de evolución. El tiempo puerta-balón fue < 90 minutos en el 50,8% de los casos, mientras que el tiempo puerta-aguja fue < 30 minutos en el 40,5%. Conclusiones: Globalmente se observaron valores altos de cumplimiento en los tratamientos farmacológicos y de reperfusión, excepto en el uso de clopidogrel sin revascularización mecánica. Se observó un cumplimiento bajo en los tiempos apropiados de los tratamientos de reperfusión.(AU)


Introduction: Quality assessments help to quantify the gap between healthcare provision and what should be awarded. There are specific measurements on quality of medical care for myocardial infarction which standardize the quality information that every institution should determine for self-assessment and for comparison with others. Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze quality of care for myocardial infarction data in our country using the SCAR (Acute Coronary Syndromes in Argentina) Multicenter Registry. Methods: Quality of care data for myocardial infarction was analyzed in patients included in the database of the SCAR Multicenter Registry using definitions of the "ACC/AHA 2008 performance measures for adults with ST-elevation and non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction" document. Results: The study analyzed 751 myocardial infarction cases with complete data on quality indicators. Aspirin, betablockers, statins and angiotensin antagonists were used in nearly 90% of patients. The exception was clopidogrel which was used in 72.5% of patients not receiving mechanical reperfusion. Ventricular function was assessed during hospitalization in 90.2% of cases. A reperfusion strategy was used in 90.1% of ST-segment-elevation infarctions and less than 12-hour evolution. Door-to-balloon time was < 90 minutes in 50.8% of cases, while door-to-needle time was < 40.5%. Conclusions: Overall, there was high compliance to pharmacological and reperfusion treatments except in the use of clopidogrel without mechanical revascularization, and low compliance to the appropriate times of reperfusion therapy.(AU)

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