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Goals: The goals are to assess the use ofDouble Jendo-prostheses in urinary obstructions in the Hospital General deGrand Yoff of Dakar HOGGY. Patients and methods: This is a 4-yearretrospective study 1st January 2009-31st December 2012. The study includedall patients with obstruction of the upper urinary tract, and with a reversingtype Double Jendo-prostheses. Findings: A total of 82 patients were chosen forthis study, including 41 males. Patient’s average age was 45 years. Kidneyfailure accounted for 11.5% of the causes of consultations. Lithiasic obstacles34.2% and tumours 21.5% were the most recurrent. Catheter was successfullyplaced in 78% of cases, and highly contributed to improve renal function in 69%of cases. The frequently complications found in patients with Double JCatheters were back pain and urinary tract infections. Four cases of catheterscalcifications were reported. Catheter was replaced in 62.2% of patients withinan average period of 6.9 months. Conclusion: Double J Catheters remainimportant in the preservation of renal function in case of obstruction. Its userequires a mastery of these indications and a rigorous follow-up.

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Renal Failure, Drainage, Double J Stent

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Ndoye, M. , Mahamat, M. , Natchagande, G. , Jalloh, M. , Niang, L. and Gueye, S. 2016 Emergency Drainage of Upper Urinary Tract with a Double Catheter in the Hospital General de Grand Yoff of Dakar HOGGY. Open Journal of Urology, 6, 13-18. doi: 10.4236-oju.2016.62003.





Author: Madina Ndoye, Mahamat Ali Mahamat*, Gille Natchagande, Mohamed Jalloh, Lamine Niang, Serigne M. Gueye

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