Comparison of Postpartum Urinary Retention Healing between with Methods of Residual Urine Measurement Four Hours versus Six Hours Post-Delivery

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Abstract

Objective: To know the difference of recovery time and the urinary residual volume between group of patient with different time of urinary residual collecting. Method: A randomized controlled trial was held at Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo central general hospital and central Karawang hospital between March and Desember 2017. Postpartum women with urinary retention risks, willing to contribute to the trial, and diagnosed as post partum urinary retention were divided into 2 groups. Urinary residual volume was measured in 4th hour and 6th hour in each group. Patient then treated according to RSCM guideline, and the time of recovery was documented. Result: Both group have similar characteristic. The median length of recovery in the group which the urinary residual was measured in 4th hour was 30 hours, 21 hours shorter than 6th hour group, 51 hours (p< 0.001). The median of urinary residual volume of the 4th hour group was 600 ml, 400 ml lesser than the 6th hour group, 1000 ml (p< 0.001) Conclussion: time of recovery are shorter in the 4th hour group and the urinary residual volume are less in the 4th hour group compared to the 6th hour group. Keywords: post partum urinary retention, urine residual, urinary residual collecting time
Original languageEnglish
JournalIndonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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