Correlation Between Gender and Age with Umbers and Stone Size in Eswl Patients in Saiful Anwar General Hospital

1Besut Daryanto, Yulian Salis P

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Abstract:

The aim of this study was to know the correlation of gender and age with numbers of stone and stone size in ESWL patients in Saiful Anwar General Hospital within 3 years. This study uses ESWL medical records from January 2014 until December 2016 in Saiful Anwar General Hospital. Inclusion criteria include patients with urinary tract stone with complete data and grouped by gender, age, numbers of stone, stone size. Incomplete data were excluded from this study. This data was collected and analyzed with analytic descriptive with Chi-Square methods. There were 2027 ESWL patients. With male was 1371 patients (67.6%), and female 656 patients (32.4%). The most patient is 40-54 years old with 988 patients (48.7%). There is no correlation between gender with stone size (p=0.386). There is a correlation between gender and numbers of stone (p=0.000). There is a correlation between age with stone size (p=0.015). There is a correlation between age and numbers of stone (p=0.003). Most patients who have urinary tract stones was male. 40-54 years old was the most age of the patients. There is no correlation between gender with stone size. There is a correlation between gender and numbers of stone. There is a correlation between age with stone size. There is a correlation between age and numbers of stone

Keywords:

ESWL, gender, age, numbers and stone size

Paper Details
Month3
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 8
Pages72-79