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Recent trends in morbidity and mortality following percutaneous nephrostomy insertion. J.D. Gill, D. Burton, D. Scullion, R. Mawhinney , P. Singh, A-M. Davies and R. Kimber Harrogate District Hospital, Harrogate, UK. Methods. All patients undergoing PCN over 6 year period

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Recent trends in morbidity and mortality following percutaneous nephrostomy insertion

Recent trends in morbidity and mortality following percutaneous nephrostomy insertion

J.D. Gill, D. Burton, D. Scullion, R. Mawhinney, P. Singh, A-M. Davies and R. Kimber

Harrogate District Hospital, Harrogate, UK


Methods
Methods percutaneous nephrostomy insertion

  • All patients undergoing

    PCN over 6 year period

    at Harrogate

  • 189 PCNs on 142 patients

  • 86 (60.6%) - benign

  • 56 (39.4%) - malignant

  • 62 (32.8%) antegrade stents

  • 6 failed antegrade stents

  • Malignant – 34% LT neph.


Results
Results percutaneous nephrostomy insertion


Conclusions
Conclusions percutaneous nephrostomy insertion

  • PCN common procedure

  • No immediate complications

  • Lower survival in urological malignancies and in those with prior cancer treatment

  • Appropriate counselling important


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