Of the total, 21 patients presented with retention of urine
The patients with retention of urine
were catheterised and treated with drugs like alpha-adrenergic blocker, 5-alpha reductase inhibitor, antibiotics, analgesics, and urinary alkalisers for 15 days.
Catheterization was only allowed in cases of retention of urine
. The specimens of urine thus collected were examined within 1 hour and not more than 6 hours.
of Percentage Patients 1 OBSTRUCTIVE VOIDING 24 50% 2 HEMATURIA 12 25% 3 URINARY 3 6.5% INCONTINENCE 4 DYSURIA 1 2% 5 RETENTION OF URINE
7 14.5% 6 DRIBBLING OF URINE 1 2% Table 3 Sl.
(9.) Bhandarwar AH, Desai VV, Gajbhive RN, Deshraj BP: Acute retention of urine
due to a loose peritoneal body.
The parameters studied were heart rate, blood pressure, onset, intensity and duration of analgesia, sedation, nausea, vomiting pruritus and retention of urine
. Visual Analogue Scale was followed for relief of pain, and Ramsay Score for sedation.
1: A 56 year old male patient had a road traffic accident with fracture of pubic bones and retention of urine
with urethral injury, for which SPC was done in 2003.
CASE REPORT: CASE HISTORY: A 22yr old female presented to our casualty with acute retention of urine
. She had the history of altered bowel habits since one month, with occasional blood and mucus with stools.
CASE HISTORY: A 40 year old man came to emergency with penile swelling, pain and retention of urine
. Initially he gave history of trauma while rolling over in bed 12 hours ago.
In the present study frequency of micturation and loss of projection, acute retention of urine
were the commonest symptoms complained by the patients in both the series, in addition to the above symptoms 76% had dysuria and 2% had hematuria.
Symptom evaluation had revealed retention of urine
in 47 patients (67.14%), dysuria in 5 cases (7.14%), Thin stream in 37 cases (37%), burning micturition in 35 cases (50%), abdominal pain in 8 cases (11.42%), increased urine frequency in 22 cases (31.42%), hematuria in 10 cases (14.28%), pyuria in 10 cases(14.28%), dribbling in 30 cases (42.85%), scrotal swelling in 1 case (1.42%), prostatomegally in 23 cases (32.85%), significant post void residual urine in 28 cases (40%), incontinence in 6 cases (8.57%), enuresis in 9 cases (12.85%), chyluria in 1 cases (1.42%), congenital defect in 1 case (1.42%), anorexia in 2 cases (2.85%), nausea in 2 cases (2.85%), constipation in 1 case (1.42%), colitis in 1 case (1.42%), piles in 1 case(1.42%), suprapubic catheterisation in 8 cases (11.42%).
All the patients were assessed on the day of surgery and on the first, second and seventh day post operatively to note any complications such as backache, nausea, vomiting, retention of urine
, any signs of neurological sequeale or meningeal irritation.