APPLICATION OF “PROXELAN” SUPPOSITORY IN TREATMENT OF SYMPTOMS OF LOWER URINARY WAYS ASSOCIATED WITH CHRONIC PROSTATITE AND BENIGN HYPERPLASIA OF THE PROSTATE GLAND
Relevance. Symptoms of the lower urinary tract take a central role in outpatient urology, primarily due to the high prevalence in the general population.
Objective: To analyze the eff ectiveness of suppositories “Proxelan” in the treatment of symptoms of the lower urinary tract associated with chronic prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia of the mild degree.
Design. The study was conducted in a prospective design on a contingent of 100 male patients who underwent outpatient treatment at the “Men’s Health Clinic” LLC. Patients were divided into 2 groups, depending on the presence in the treatment regimen of rectal suppositories “Proxelan”.
Results of the study. The fi ndings on the diff erences in the intensity of symptom manifestations in the structure of lower urinary tract symptoms, according to the I-PSS scale, indicate that there is a signifi cant clinical eff ect on the symptoms in general for both treatment groups. Diff erences between the eff ect in the study groups range from moderate to minor.
Conclusions. It has been established that the inclusion in the treatment regimen of rectal suppositories “Proxelan” allows to increase the clinical eff ect with respect to some indicators, namely: frequent urination and weakening of the urine stream. In addition, signifi cantly improve the quality of life of patients with symptoms of the lower urinary tract.
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