Perbandingan Fungsi Berkemih pada 3 Hari dan 5 Hari Katerisasi Urin Pascaoperasi Histerektomi Radikal pada Wanita Penderita Keganasan Serviks Stadium Awal

Astri Novianti, Benny Hasan Purwara, Yudi Mulyana Hidayat, Sofie Rifayani Krisnadi, Maringan Diapari Lumban Tobing, Edwin Armawan


Tujuan: Menganalisis perbandingan fungsi berkemih pada pemakaian kateter urin selama 3 hari dan 5 hari pasca operasi histerektomi radikal.
Metode: Non-inferiority randomized controlled trial. Subjek penelitian adalah penderita kanker serviks di Rumah Sakit Hasan Sadikin Bandung yang dilakukan operasi histerektomi radikal. Dilakukan penilaian fungsi berkemih dan kejadian infeksi saluran kemih sebelum dan setelah operasi hari ke−3 (kelompok intervensi) dan hari ke−5 (kelompok kontrol).
Hasil: Pascaoperasi terjadi penurunan fungsi sensorik 8,5% pada kelompok intervensi dan 13,5% pada kelompok kontrol dan penurunan fungsi motorik 87,5% pada kelompok intervensi dan 150% pada kelompok kontrol. Kejadian infeksi saluran kemih meningkat 6,7% pada kelompok kontrol.
Kesimpulan: Penggunaan kateter urin selama 3 hari pasca histerektomi radikal tidak lebih buruk dari 5 hari dan dapat digunakan sebagai manajemen pada penderita kanker serviks pasca histerektomi radikal.

Kata kunci: Disfungsi berkemih pasca histerektomi radikal, kateter 3 dan 5 hari pasca histerektomi radikal, infeksi saluran kemih.

Objective: To compare the urinary function after radical hysterectomy  with catheter usage for 3 days and 5 days.
Method: A non-inferiority randomized controlled trial. Subjects were women diagnosed with cervical cancer that underwent radical hysterectomy in Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung. The study conducted by comparing urinary function and urinary tract infection in 3 days catheterization and 5 days catheterization after radical hysterectomy.
Result: Post operation, there was decreased 8,5% sensory function in intervention group and 13,5% in control group and decreased 87,5% motoric function in intervention group and 150% in control group. The urinary tract infection increased about 6,7% in control group.
Conclusion:3-days urethral catheterization following radical hysterectomy is non inferior to 5 days urethral catheterization and could be used for management of women with early stage cervical cancer after radical hysterectomy.
Key  words: Urinary dysfunction after radical hysterectomy, 3 and 5 days catheterization after radical hysterectomy, urinary tract infection


disfungsi berkemih pasca histerektomi radikal, kateter 3 dan 5 hari pasca histerektomi radikal, infeksi saluran kemih

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