The aim of this study is To explore hazard factors related with urinary plot disease (UTI), following ureteral stenting, for patients with renal colic during pregnancy. Patients and Methods: Patients with renal colic during pregnancy who went through ureteral stenting in The First Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University somewhere in the range of 2009 and 2019 were inspected reflectively. Ureteral stenting patients who had UTIs after clinic release and before conveyance were named the contaminated gathering. Multivariate calculated relapse examination was utilized to evaluate the danger factors related with UTI after ureteral stenting. An aggregate of 102 patients were selected into the investigation. Mean age was 30 years (interquartile range [IQR]: 26–33 years) and mean incubation age was 22 weeks (IQR: 18–28 weeks). UTI happened in 21 patients (20.6%). In the contamination gathering, Escherichia coli was the most generally discovered creature (47.4%). Gestational age, positive pee culture before a medical procedure, and stone ≥10 mm were hazard factors for UTI after ureteral stenting in pregnant patients with renal colic.

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