World J Urol DOI 10.1007/s00345-014-1382-6

Original Article

Age‑related prevalence of diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease and anticoagulation therapy use in a urolithiasis population and their effect on outcomes: the Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society Ureteroscopy Global Study F. Pedro J. Daels · Andrius Gaizauskas · Jorge Rioja · Anil K. Varshney · Erkan Erkan · Yasar Ozgok · Michael Melekos · Jean J. M. C. H. de la Rosette  Received: 24 June 2014 / Accepted: 11 August 2014 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2014

Abstract  Purpose This study examined the prevalence of risk factors for urological stone surgery and their possible influence on outcome and complications following ureteroscopy (URS). Methods The Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society Ureteroscopy Global Study collected prospective data on consecutive patients with urinary stones treated with URS at centers around the world for 1 year. The prevalence of common comorbidities and anticoagulation therapy and their relationship with complications and age were examined. Results  Of 11,719 patients, 2,989 patients (25.8 %) had cardiovascular disease, including 22.6 % with hypertension, and 1,266 patients (10.9 %) had diabetes mellitus. Approximately six percent of patients were receiving oral anticoagulation therapy, including aspirin (3.7 %) and clopidogrel (0.8 %). The prevalence of hypertension and

diabetes mellitus and the proportion of patients receiving anticoagulant medication and/or antidiabetes treatment increased with age. Elderly were more likely to develop a postoperative complication when they had diabetes, a cardiovascular disease or received anticoagulation therapy. Post-operative bleeding was higher in patients receiving anticoagulants than those not receiving them (1.1 vs. 0.4 %; p 

Age-related prevalence of diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease and anticoagulation therapy use in a urolithiasis population and their effect on outcomes: the Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society Ureteroscopy Global Study.

This study examined the prevalence of risk factors for urological stone surgery and their possible influence on outcome and complications following ur...
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