Conference Paper
PDF EndNote BibTex Cite

Urinary Stone in Outdoor and Indoor Workers Patients with Family History

Year 2021, Volume 16, Issue , 191 - 194, 31.12.2021
https://doi.org/10.55549/epstem.1068609

Abstract

A biochemical study of 365 patients with urinary stones disease according to occupation and family history, and the occupation divided to tow subgroups (outdoor workers (n=183) and indoor workers (n=182)) and evaluated laboratory test was done for each patients included phosphorus, calcium, uric acid, urea and creatinine in serum of patients and control group. The results showed a higher significant difference serum phosphorus, uric acid, urea and creatinine in patients outdoor workers compared with the patients’ indoor workers and control group at (P=0.001), and the higher significant difference more obvious in patients with family history, as a higher significant difference serum calcium in patients with family history outdoor workers compared with the patients’ indoor workers and control group at (P≤0.05). Finally, this study proved the strong relationship between occupation and urinary stones formation, the epidemiology of stones increases according to the type of occupation. In addition, the study proved that patients’ outdoor workers have incidence more than patients’ indoor workers, and increase with family history.

References

  • Al-Jawadi, Z. A. M. (2002). Clinical and biochemical study of urinary stone disease in Ninevah and surrounded province [Doctoral dissertation, Mosul University].
  • Anatol, T., Pereira, L. P., Simeon, D., & Sawh, L. (2003). Risk factors for urinary tract calculi in Trinidad. Tropical medicine & international health, 8(4), 348-353.
  • Borghi, L., Meschi, T., Amato, F., Novarini, A., Romanelli, A., & Cigala, F. (1993). Hot occupation and nephrolithiasis. The Journal of Urology, 150(6), 1757-1760.
  • Delvecchio, F. C., & Preminger, G. M. (2003). Medical management of stone disease. Current Opinion in Urology, 13(3), 229-233.
  • Krop, E. J., Doekes, G., Stone, M. J., Aalberse, R. C., & Van der Zee, J. S. (2007). Spreading of occupational allergens: laboratory animal allergens on hair-covering caps and in mattress dust of laboratory animal workers. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 64(4), 267-272.
  • Lotan, Y., Cadeddu, J. A., Roerhborn, C. G., Pak, C. Y., & Pearle, M. S. (2004). Cost-effectiveness of medical management strategies for nephrolithiasis. The Journal of Urology, 172(6 Part 1), 2275-2281.
  • Menon, M., & Resnick, M. I. (2002). Urinary lithiasis: etiology, diagnosis, and medical treatment. In Campbell’s Urology, (pp. 3287–3289), Saunders Elsevier.
  • Ozmen, O. (2004). Kidney Pathology in Non‐obstructive Urolithiasis in Cattle. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A, 51(9‐10), 405-408.
  • Pearle, M. S., Calhoun, E. A., Curhan, G. C., & Urologic Diseases of America Project. (2005). Urologic diseases in America project: urolithiasis. The Journal of Urology, 173(3), 848-857. Pietrow, P. K., & Karellas, M. K. (2007). Medical management of common urinary calculi. South African Family Practice, 49(3), 44-48.
  • Pin, N. T., Ling, N. Y., & Siang, L. H. (1992). Dehydration from outdoor work and urinary stones in a tropical environment. Occupational Medicine, 42(1), 30-32.
  • Reungjui, S., Prasongwatana, V., Premgamone, A., Tosukhowong, P., Jirakulsomchok, S., & Sriboonlue, P. (2002). Magnesium status of patients with renal stones and its effect on urinary citrate excretion. BJU İnternational, 90(7), 635-639.
  • Segura, J. W., Preminger, G. M., Assimos, D. G., Dretler, S. P., Kahn, R. I., Lingeman, J. E., & Macaluso, J. N. (1997). Ureteral stones clinical guidelines panel summary report on the management of ureteral calculi. The Journal of Urology, 158(5), 1915-1921.
  • Sharma, O. P. (2000). Hypercalcemia in granulomatous disorders: a clinical review. Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine, 6(5), 442-447.
  • Smith, A. F., Beckett, G. J., Walker, S. W. & RAE, P. W. H. (1998). Clinical Biochemistry (6th ed).,WB Saunders.
  • Steel, R. G. D., & Torrie, J. H. (1980). Principles and procedures of statistics a biometrical approach. (2nd ed.). McGraw-Hill, Inc.
  • Thun, M. J., & Schober, S. (1991). Urolithiasis in Tennessee: an occupational window into a regional problem. American Journal of Public Health, 81(5), 587-591.
  • Tosukhowong, P., Sriboonlue, P., Tungsanga, K., Bovornpadungkitti, S., Chatuporn, S., Muktahant, B., ... & Sitprija, V. (2001). Potassium status of Northeast Thai constructors in three different geographic locations. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand, 84, 163-72.

Details

Primary Language English
Subjects Engineering
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Zena A. M. AL-JAWADI This is me
University of Mosul
Iraq

Publication Date December 31, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 16, Issue

Cite

APA M. Al-jawadı, Z. A. (2021). Urinary Stone in Outdoor and Indoor Workers Patients with Family History . The Eurasia Proceedings of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics , 16 , 191-194 . DOI: 10.55549/epstem.1068609