Gupta J, Gupta KM, Kar PK, Bansal AK, Khan QH, Dhruv KK.
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Gupta J.1, Gupta K.M. 2, Kar P.K.3, Bansal A.K.4, Khan Q. H.4 and Dhruv K.K.1
Dept. of Surgery1, Medicine2, Dean3, Community Medicine4, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur (BASTAR) – 494001.
Volume - 3,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2011
Objectives: To assess the efficacy of Cutaneous Ureterostomy as an urinary diversion? Material and Method: Five adult healthy dogs of both sexes ranging in weight from 10 to 16 Kg. were included and the study was conducted in Deptt. of Surgery ,Pt. J. N. M. Medical college, Raipur. Results: On an average operation required 1 hour 46 minutes for completion of procedure. The mortality rate was 40 percent, however it carries the highest incidence (100 percent) of cutaneous ulcer around the stoma. The incidence of stomal stenosis in this method was (60%). Incidence of ascending urinary tract infection was (40%). Interpretation: Cutaneous Ureterostomy is an easy, simple and quick method is usually associatsd with ascending infectionand stenosis of ureterocutaneous stoma.
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Gupta J, Gupta KM, Kar PK, Bansal AK, Khan QH , Dhruv KK. Impact of Bilaterel Cutaneous Ureterostomy as a Urinary Diversion. Research J. Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics. 2011; 3(4): 176-179 .