Category: Clinical Stones: PCNL

MP12-12 - Outcome of early experience of Miniperc technique in pediatric age group

Fri, Sep 21
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Introduction & Objective : To report our experience with the Miniperc technique for treatment of renal stone in pediatric age group.

Methods : From August 2012 to January 2015, 34 patients <15 years with renal stones <3cm underwent Miniperc technique in our department. The procedure was done through 14 Fr sheath using 8/9.8 Fr semirigid ureteroscope (R-URS), holmium laser and pneumatic lithotriptor for stone fragmentation. Stone free rate (SFR), operative time, hospital stay and complication rate were evaluated.

Results :

A total of 34 Miniperc techniques were performed on children with mean age 8.8±3.7 years. Stone size varied from 18 to 30 mm (mean 23 mm). Mean operative time was 50min. The mean hospital stay was 1.5±1.7days. The overall SFR was 82.4% which increased after secondary procedures to 94%. Two postoperative complications recorded in the form of sepsis and bleeding not required blood transfusion.

Conclusions : Our initial experience concluded that Miniperc technique is a safe and effective treatment option for renal stones in pediatric population.                                                     

Ehab Galal

Assistant professor of urology
Minia university
Minia, Al Minya, Egypt

Dr Ehab Galal, assistant professor of urology,Minia University,Egypt

I have been graduated in 1995 from Minia university and worked as resident of urology then assistant lecture

In 2008 i graduated for M.D. urology then work as assistant professor since 2016 till now

Also i am worked as a consultant of urology,Aljazerra hospital,KSA

I am interested in endourology and have many reserches at this point

Amr Abdelhamid

Minia, Al Minya, Egypt

Tarek Fathelbab

Faculty of Medicine,Minia University
El Minia, Al Minya, Egypt

Ahmad Anwar

Minia, Al Minya, Egypt

Ahmed Ali

Minia, Al Minya, Egypt

Ehab Tawfiek

Minia, Al Minya, Egypt

Ehab Rifat Tawfiek
MD in Urology
Endourology Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University
(USA) with professor Demetrius Bagley
Chairman Urology Department Minia University
Director of Minia University Urology and Nephrology Hospital
X President of Endourology section Egyptian Urological Association