Tramadol Hydrochloride and Flavoxate Hydrochloride in the Prevention and Treatment of Bladder Spasm and Unstable Bladder after Transurethral Resection of the Prostate
|Keywords||Tramadol Flavoxate Transurethral resection The bladder spasm unstable bladder Benign prostatic hyperplasia|
Objective: Through observation after TURP flavoxate hydrochloride tramadol hydrochloride multi - joint postoperative bladder spasms and bladder instability explore the Tramadol Hydrochloride joint flavoxate hydrochloride clinical prevention of postoperative bladder spasms and bladder instability efficacy. Methods: A single blind randomized controlled clinical trial design , study of 40 cases after TURP patients , all patients were randomly divided into two groups , the test group TURP surgery followed by intravenous micro- pump , drug pump saline 140ml plus tramadol hydrochloride multi - injection 500mg 2ml / h continuous intravenous infusion into the day of surgery while starting oral the flavoxate hydrochloride tablets 200mg three times a day , and are used to after three days after surgery , the control group underwent conventional treatment , do not use these drugs . Number of results : the experimental group ( n = 20 ) , the patient's of bladder spasm subjective symptom score , within 72 hours of the onset of bladder spasm bladder spasms duration are less than that of the control group ( n = 20 ) ( p <0.01 ) , the bladder continues the rinse solution turned clear time , the removal of the catheter after a short time in the control group ( p <0.05 ) , less than the control group ( p <0.05 ) the number of urge incontinence occurs within 24 hours after the removal of the catheter . Conclusion: tramadol flavoxate prevention and treatment of the TURP postoperative bladder spasms and unstable bladder clinical efficacy , can significantly alleviate clinical symptoms , reduce hospitalization time , reduce medical costs , and has clinical significance .