Tyas Priyatini
Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia/ Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital Jakarta

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Postoperative Urinary Retention in Total Vaginal and Abdominal Hysterectomy in Benign Gynecological Disorders Triarani, Hertia; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 3, No. 1, January 2015
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Objective: To assess and compare the incidence of urinary retention in patients post‐vaginal and abdominal total hysterectomy for benign gynecological disorders. Method: This is a comparative analytical study with prospective and retrospective cohort design, which was conducted in Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital and Persahabatan Hospital from June 2012 to February 2014. Result: We recruited thirty‐eight research subjects who underwent abdominal hysterectomy, and 18 subjects who underwent vaginal hysterectomy. The majority of cases underwent the procedure for abnormal uterine myoma (55.5%) and adenomyosis (28.9%). Incidence of urinary retention post‐hysterectomy was 33.3% for vaginal hysterectomy, and 31.6% for abdominal hysterectomy. The comparison of the incidence of urinary retention showed no difference between vaginal and abdominal hysterectomies (RR=1.056). Conclusion: Vaginal hysterectomy does not increase the incidence of postoperative urinary retention. However, this study suggests the need for further research with a larger sample size, employing prospective cohort design, with preoperative measurement of postvoiding urine volume (PVR). Keywords: abdominal hysterectomy, urinary retention, vaginal hysterectomy
Incidence of postoperative urinary retention after pelvic organ prolapse surgery in Cipto Mangunkusumo National General Hospital Priyatini, Tyas; Sari, Joan M.
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 23, No 4 (2014): November
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Background: After vaginal delivery, every woman has 50% risk for pelvic organ prolapse (POP). The lifetime risk for a woman to undergo surgical treatment for POP was 11%, with the incidence of postoperative urinary retention (POUR) after POP surgery of 2%-43%. The aim of our study is to identify the incidence of POUR after POP surgery in Cipto Mangunkusumo National General Hospital (RSCM) and the risk factors.Methods: Medical records of 124 women undergoing pelvic prolapse surgery between 2010 and 2013 were analyzed. The incidence of POUR and the risk factors were identified by performing univariate and bivariate analysis using chi-Square test and its alternative with using SPSS 20.0. Independent variables include age, body mass index (BMI), parity, degree of prolapse, type of surgery technique, type of anesthesia, type of suture material, amount of intra-operative blood loss, and duration of surgery. POUR defined as urine residual volume more than 100cc.Results: The incidence of urinary retention after pelvic prolapse surgery was 29%. There was no correlation between age, BMI, parity, degree of prolapse, type of surgery technique, anesthesia, suture, intra-operative blood loss, duration of surgery, and the occurrence of urinary retention after pelvic organ prolapse surgery.Conclusion: The incidence of urinary retention after pelvic organ prolapse surgery was 29%. There was no correlation between the risk factors and the occurrence of urinary retention after pelvic organ prolapse surgery.
Postoperative Urinary Retention in Total Vaginal and Abdominal Hysterectomy in Benign Gynecological Disorders Triarani, Hertia; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Vol. 3. No. 1 January 2015
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Objective: To assess and compare the incidence of urinary retention in patients post‐vaginal and abdominal total hysterectomy for benigngynecological disorders.Method: This is a comparative analytical study with prospective and retrospective cohort design, which was conducted in Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital and Persahabatan Hospital from June 2012 to February 2014.Result: We recruited thirty‐eight research subjects who underwent abdominal hysterectomy, and 18 subjects who underwent vaginal hysterectomy. The majority of cases underwent the procedure for abnormal uterine myoma (55.5%) and adenomyosis (28.9%). Incidenceof urinary retention post‐hysterectomy was 33.3% for vaginal hysterectomy, and 31.6% for abdominal hysterectomy. The comparison of the incidence of urinary retention showed no difference between vaginal and abdominal hysterectomies (RR=1.056).Conclusion: Vaginal hysterectomy does not increase the incidence of postoperative urinary retention. However, this study suggests the need for further research with a larger sample size, employing prospective cohort design, with preoperative measurement of postvoidingurine volume (PVR).Keywords: abdominal hysterectomy, urinary retention, vaginal hysterectomy
Prevalence and risk factors of persistent stress urinary incontinence at three months postpartum in Indonesian women Fakhrizal, Edy; Priyatini, Tyas; Santoso, Budi I.; Junizaf, Junizaf; Moegni, Fernandi; Djusad, Suskhan; Hakim, Surahman; Maryuni, Sri W.
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 25, No 3 (2016): September
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Background: Mode of delivery and some certain risk factors have a relationship to postpartum stress urinary incontinence (SUI). For that reason, the objective of this study was to assess the prevalence of postpartum stress urinary incontinence (SUI), the relationship between postpartum SUI and mode of delivery; and the association between SUI and other demographic and obstetric factors.Methods: In this prospective observational cohort study, all primiparous women who were under postpartum care in obstetric and gynecologic ward were recruited. Four hundreds primiparous women with no history of urinary incontinence (UI) who fulfilled the criteria and would like to participate in this study were followed up for three months after delivery. The analysis was done using Stata 12. Bivariate analysis using Chi-square test and multivariate analysis using logistic regression test were done to obtain associated risk factors to postpartum SUI.Results: The prevalence of postpartum SUI was 8.8%. The mode of delivery was significantly associated with postpartum SUI, there were more women who got vaginal delivery that had stress urinary incontinence (14.1%) compared to women caesarean section (7.1%) with OR=2.1 (95% CI=1.05-4.31), this risk increased when vaginal delivery was assisted with vacuum instrument (OR=9.1, 95% CI=3.9-21.6). There was no statistical difference of stress urinary incontinence incidences in patients with emergency or elective caesarean section with OR=0.84 (95% CI=0.28-2.57). Based on multivariate analysis BMI ≥30 kg/m2 at labor, vacuum assisted delivery, birth weight more than 3,360 g, and second stage labor more than 60 minutes appeared to be associated with an increased rate of postpartum SUI.Conclusion: Stress urinary incontinence increased in the early postpartum period of a primiparous woman. Although vaginal delivery increased the risk of postpartum SUI, elective nor emergency caesarean delivery without vaginal delivery id not appear to increase the risk of stress urinary incontinence.
Incidence of PostOperative Urinary Retention after Pelvic Organ Prolapse Reconstruction Elisia, Elisia; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 4, No.3, July 2016
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Abstract Objective: To determine the incidence of post-operative urinary retention after pelvic organ prolapse reconstruction and associated factors. Method: This was a prospective cohort study conducted in Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo and another associate hospital. We recruited women planned for pelvic organ prolapse reconstruction from April 2013 to April 2015. Inclusion and exclusion criteria were women with pelvic organ prolapse (2nd, 3rd and 4th degree) without prior urinary retention, drugs affecting bladder function, and history of bladder injury. After surgery, urinary catheter was applied for 24 hours. Six hours apart from urinary catheter released, residual urine was measured. Urinary retention was defined as residual urine more than 100 ml. Result: Of 200 subjects, 59 of them (29.5%) classified as having urinary retention. No association found between age, body mass index (BMI), degree of prolapse, degree of cystocele and urinary tract infection toward urinary retention. Total vagina hysterectomy + anterior colporaphy + colpoperineoraphy + sacrospinous fixation and reconstruction duration more than 130 minutes were associated with urinary retention (relative risk (RR) 3.66; 95% CI 2.91-4.60; p
IIIB-IV Degree Perineal Rupture Repair Using Overlapping and End-to-End Techniques with Pudendal Block Anesthesia Pangastuti, Nuring; Junizaf, Junizaf; Pranoto, Ibnu; Santoso, Budi I; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 3, No. 3, July 2015
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Objective: To compare the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defect, fecal urgency, anal and fecal incontinence after IIIb- IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping and end-to-end technique. Method: An open clinical trial with randomization was carried out in July 2010-April 2012. The population consisted of the patients who underwent vaginal delivery in Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital, Sleman District General Hospital, as well as Tegalrejo, Jetis and Mergangsan Community Health Centers who did no have complaints of fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and/or fecal incontinence, and suffered IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repaired within less than 24 hours of rupture. The exclusion criteria included conditions in which patients could not undergo repair at the moment (shock, uncooperative patient). Fourty-eight research samples were divided into 2 groups, 24 samples for each of the treatment group (overlapping repair) and the control group (end-to-end repair). Local anesthesia was performed in a pudendal-block manner. Result: Success of the repair was assessed based on the presence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects in the 6-week evaluation after repair. Successful repair was higher in the overlapping group than that of the end-to-end group (94.74% vs 81.25%, p=0.31). Clinically and based on the Fecal Continence Scoring Scale (FCSS), evaluation at weeks II and VI indicated successful repair in both groups. Conclusion: There was no difference in the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects, fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and fecal incontinence, after IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping technique in comparison with end-to-end technique. Keywords: end-to-end technique, III-IV degree perineal rupture, obstetric perineal rupture, overlapping technique
Postoperative Urinary Retention in Total Vaginal and Abdominal Hysterectomy in Benign Gynecological Disorders Triarani, Hertia; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 3, No. 1, January 2015
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (178.607 KB) | DOI: 10.32771/inajog.v3i1.25

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Objective: To assess and compare the incidence of urinary retention in patients post‐vaginal and abdominal total hysterectomy for benign gynecological disorders. Method: This is a comparative analytical study with prospective and retrospective cohort design, which was conducted in Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital and Persahabatan Hospital from June 2012 to February 2014. Result: We recruited thirty‐eight research subjects who underwent abdominal hysterectomy, and 18 subjects who underwent vaginal hysterectomy. The majority of cases underwent the procedure for abnormal uterine myoma (55.5%) and adenomyosis (28.9%). Incidence of urinary retention post‐hysterectomy was 33.3% for vaginal hysterectomy, and 31.6% for abdominal hysterectomy. The comparison of the incidence of urinary retention showed no difference between vaginal and abdominal hysterectomies (RR=1.056). Conclusion: Vaginal hysterectomy does not increase the incidence of postoperative urinary retention. However, this study suggests the need for further research with a larger sample size, employing prospective cohort design, with preoperative measurement of postvoiding urine volume (PVR). Keywords: abdominal hysterectomy, urinary retention, vaginal hysterectomy
Incidence of PostOperative Urinary Retention after Pelvic Organ Prolapse Reconstruction Elisia, Elisia; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 4, No.3, July 2016
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (106.127 KB) | DOI: 10.32771/inajog.v4i3.437

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Abstract Objective: To determine the incidence of post-operative urinary retention after pelvic organ prolapse reconstruction and associated factors. Method: This was a prospective cohort study conducted in Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo and another associate hospital. We recruited women planned for pelvic organ prolapse reconstruction from April 2013 to April 2015. Inclusion and exclusion criteria were women with pelvic organ prolapse (2nd, 3rd and 4th degree) without prior urinary retention, drugs affecting bladder function, and history of bladder injury. After surgery, urinary catheter was applied for 24 hours. Six hours apart from urinary catheter released, residual urine was measured. Urinary retention was defined as residual urine more than 100 ml. Result: Of 200 subjects, 59 of them (29.5%) classified as having urinary retention. No association found between age, body mass index (BMI), degree of prolapse, degree of cystocele and urinary tract infection toward urinary retention. Total vagina hysterectomy + anterior colporaphy + colpoperineoraphy + sacrospinous fixation and reconstruction duration more than 130 minutes were associated with urinary retention (relative risk (RR) 3.66; 95% CI 2.91-4.60; p
IIIB-IV Degree Perineal Rupture Repair Using Overlapping and End-to-End Techniques with Pudendal Block Anesthesia Pangastuti, Nuring; Junizaf, Junizaf; Pranoto, Ibnu; Santoso, Budi I; Priyatini, Tyas
Indonesian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume. 3, No. 3, July 2015
Publisher : Indonesian Socety of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (261.26 KB) | DOI: 10.32771/inajog.v3i3.46

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Objective: To compare the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defect, fecal urgency, anal and fecal incontinence after IIIb- IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping and end-to-end technique. Method: An open clinical trial with randomization was carried out in July 2010-April 2012. The population consisted of the patients who underwent vaginal delivery in Dr. Sardjito Central General Hospital, Sleman District General Hospital, as well as Tegalrejo, Jetis and Mergangsan Community Health Centers who did no have complaints of fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and/or fecal incontinence, and suffered IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repaired within less than 24 hours of rupture. The exclusion criteria included conditions in which patients could not undergo repair at the moment (shock, uncooperative patient). Fourty-eight research samples were divided into 2 groups, 24 samples for each of the treatment group (overlapping repair) and the control group (end-to-end repair). Local anesthesia was performed in a pudendal-block manner. Result: Success of the repair was assessed based on the presence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects in the 6-week evaluation after repair. Successful repair was higher in the overlapping group than that of the end-to-end group (94.74% vs 81.25%, p=0.31). Clinically and based on the Fecal Continence Scoring Scale (FCSS), evaluation at weeks II and VI indicated successful repair in both groups. Conclusion: There was no difference in the incidence of persistent sonographic anal sphincter defects, fecal urgency, anal incontinence, and fecal incontinence, after IIIb-IV degree perineal rupture repair using overlapping technique in comparison with end-to-end technique. Keywords: end-to-end technique, III-IV degree perineal rupture, obstetric perineal rupture, overlapping technique