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Blood and biochemistry studies of patients with renal stone in wasit government

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Dr. Hussein A. Mohammed and Ansam F. Yasir
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

Background: Is to study the glucose, hemoglobin, creatinine, red blood cell level, gender, age and blood white cell level in patients with kidney stones in a Wasit government. Aims of study: Cross-sectional study of two groups of during the whole year, comparison between two groups; 1st group have kidney stones and the 2nd control group. Patients and Method: the study was conducted on patients attending Zahra teaching Hospital and Karama teaching Hospital / Department of Surgery in Kut city for the period beginning from the September 2015 until the end of September 2016 ,The number of patients (60) were aged between 20-60 years and the number of males (40) and females (20) compared with healthy controls and numbered (24) aged between 20-60 years and the number of males (14) and females (10). In this study included estimate the concentrations of biochemical parameters : glucose, creatinine, HB, RBC, and WBC . Results: Prevalence of kidney stones disease in Wasit government in males, is much more than twice the proportion among women (P <0.05) and the concentration of Glucose increased in people who suffer from a kidney stone disease compared with control group was Significantly increase (P <0.05) and also the concentration of createnine in people who suffer from a kidney stone disease compared with control group (P <0.05) and the level of WBC in people who suffer from a kidney stone disease was increase compared with control group (P <0.05). while the concentration of Hb and also the level of RBC decreased in people who suffer from a kidney stone disease compared with control group (P <0.05), Also there was significant difference between gender and the ages of the patients with Kidney stone compared to healthy persons. Conclusions: there was significant difference and increases the level of glucose, creatinine, WBC while decrease the level of Hb and RBC in patients with renal stone in comparison to control group.

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