Assessment of Urinary Complications and Drug Induced Effects in the Department of Urology in Teritary Care Teaching Hospital

Authors

  • Lakshmi Priya1 , Konduru Manasa1 , Gummadi Rishitha Sharon1 , A. Sri Tanvi1 , Kudipudi Harinadha Baba2 , Kanamala Arun Chand Roby3

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v11i10.11131

Keywords:

Urinary Complications, hyperplasia, renal calculi, renal transplantation.

Abstract

Urology: The branch of medicine and physiology concerned with the function and disorders of the urinary
system. It deals with disease of the male and female urinary tract i.e., kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra.
It also deals with male organs such as penis; testes; scrotum; prostate. The Urinary system consists of two
kidneys, two Ureters and one Urethra.Urology Department: A urologist is a physician who specializes
in diseases of the urinary tract and the reproductive system. It has seven sub specialist areas: 1.Pediatric
Urology 2.Urological Oncology3. Renal Transplantations 4.Maleinfertility 5.Calculi 6. Female Urology
7.Neuro Urology.
Materials and Methods : Place of Study: The study “Assessment of Urinary Complications and Drug
Induced Effects in Department of Urology in a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital” which was carried in
patient wards of “Urology Department” IP at Narayana Hospitals, Nellore, in collaboration with a 1440
bedded multidisciplinary teaching hospital.
Discussion: In our study, out of 510 patients 450 are willing to provide the information in which maximum
are females 275(61.1%) and minimum were males 175(38.8%) Conclusion: Our study concluded that most
of the people (or) patients in the urology department due to urinary complications were arised by using
urology questionnaire and drug induced complaints are also estimated. Out of this the mainly some of the
drugs are inducing urology problems in the patients. Some methods and surgical procedures are performed.
It is cluster for the health care professionals and clinical pharmacist to reduce the patient in view of health
condition in which, it is beneficial for the health outcome. Mostly, Clinical pharmacist should educate the
patients regarding conditions and treatment to be effective.

Author Biography

Lakshmi Priya1 , Konduru Manasa1 , Gummadi Rishitha Sharon1 , A. Sri Tanvi1 , Kudipudi Harinadha Baba2 , Kanamala Arun Chand Roby3

1Intern Doctor of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice Narayana pharmacy college, Nellore, Andhra
Pradesh, India, 2
Principal, Narayana Pharmacy College, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, India, 3
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pharmacy Practice, Narayana Pharmacy College, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, India

Published

2020-10-06

How to Cite

Lakshmi Priya1 , Konduru Manasa1 , Gummadi Rishitha Sharon1 , A. Sri Tanvi1 , Kudipudi Harinadha Baba2 , Kanamala Arun Chand Roby3. (2020). Assessment of Urinary Complications and Drug Induced Effects in the Department of Urology in Teritary Care Teaching Hospital. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 11(10), 146-153. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v11i10.11131

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