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Abstract

INCIDENCE OF ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCE AFTER TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF PROSTATE NEED FOR POSTOPERATIVE ELECTROLYTE MONITORING

Saleem Dotani*, Haq Nawaz Mengal, Masha Khan and Hayat Muhammad Kakar

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Objective: The current research objective is to study the Incidence of electrolyte imbalance after transurethral resection of prostate need for postoperative electrolyte monitoring as using TURP methods. With respect to patients who are underlying under the TURP from the end of the year 2020 to the end of 2021. Under the duration of a week, preoperative electrolytes areexecuted with certain specific procedures. The TURP method in research is based on a Monopolar by 1.5% utilization of glycine, included Serum Sodium (Na+) and Potassium (K+) while with postoperatively and subsequently, it containsapproximately 2 hours. The research methodology approaches the data collection method which containsa sample size of 280. In sample size, the study has to collect data from 280 patients which giveclear insightsinto postoperative electrolyte. Results of the current study illustrate that 66 patients with a total percentage of 23.6 havea deal with an electrolyte imbalance under the transurethral resection of the Prostate. Selected patients in a study with an unbalanced electrolyte are reported as older drawn with a mean age of 73.41+ as 4.08 years in contrast of 68.93 years + with a mean of 10.34. as such current study shows that there were no more restrictions of time in mean illustrated as 42.5 + 20.04 minutes in contrast to 28.34 + 14.64 minutes. Despite of this, mean weight tissue in selected patients resected and volume is a more significant impact on with an unbalanced electrolyte. The mean weight of tissue in a study is shown as become 41.49 + 34.46 gram as compared to 15.33 = 9.74 gram, meanwhile volume as 23.55 + 15.20 inch as compared to 12.81 + 7.51 inch. Using multivariate logistic regression for analysis of the incidence of electrolyte imbalance after transurethral resection of prostate need for postoperative electrolyte monitoring through sodium level which has become a study significant predictor to measure unbalanced electrolyte with an odds ratio of 0.267, the standard error is 0.376 and p-value is 0.000. the study results have concluded that electrolyte unbalancing which is occurring mostly in older patients resulted from a high amount of tissues, including longer time of resections and integrating higher volume of irrigating while having a lower level of sodium.

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