EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF LUBRICATING JELLY INSTILLATION TO PREVENT RETROPULSION DURING URETEROLITHOTRIPSY FOR URETERAL STONES
Results: The 2 groups had comparable preoperative characteristics. There were no statistically significant difference between the lubricating jelly instillation group and control group regarding the retropulsion rate (54.5% vs 72.7%, ρ=0.375), the stone-free rate (54.5% vs 36.4%, ρ=0.392), and the complication rate (45.5% vs 54.5%, ρ=0.670). Conclusion: Lubricating jelly instillation during ureterolithotripsy has limited value for prevention of retropulsion and improvement in stone-free rate.
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