THE OVERVIEW OF URINARY TRACT STONE ANALYSIS AT CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY IN SANGLAH HOSPITAL PERIODE NOVEMBER 2013 - OCTOBER 2014
By : Felicia Suryanto
Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran
Department : PS. PENDIDIKAN DOKTER
Urinary tract stone or urolithiasis is one of the most common problems in the urinary tract. Increased prevalence of urinary tract stones cause an increase in morbidity as well as the economic burden. Urinary tract stones often have a relapse, recurrence occurs on average 50% within 5 years and 70% within 10 years. Therefore it is important to know the profile of urinary tract stones by age, gender, location and the stone composition. This study uses quantitative methods and descriptive survey as the result. The research located in the department of clinical pathology laboratory Sanglah with a total sample of 141. The data will be processed manually, reported in the table and given a narrative without statistical tests. Of the 141 samples were used as research material obtained is the highest proportion of age ? 50 years of age by the number of 75 samples (53.2%). Urinary tract stones more often suffered by males than females with a ratio of 2.9: 1. The proportion of urinary tract stones most locations derived from the kidney as many as 84 samples (59.6%). The composition of urinary tract stones are as follows Calcium Oxalate 72.3%, 42.5% Calcium Phosphate, Uric Acid 17%, Cystine 34.7%, 67.4% struvite, and others 17%. Urinary tract stones increased in proportion with increased age, commonly suffered by men than women, urinary tract stones mostly from the kidney, and the most composition is Calcium Oxalate.
Keyword : Urinary tract stones, stone composition, calcium oxalate.