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International Journal of Current Research and Review ; 13(3):165-167, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1083687


Introduction: COVID-19 caused a large number of mortality, morbidity and impact on the socioeconomic status of the various countries including India. Over the time COVID-19 affected number of body systems critically including urinary system and related organs. Objective: To evaluate the changing scenario in urology in the present pandemic situation arising due to coronavirus disease-19. Methods: A database of a total number of 160 patients during the period of April to July 2020 were recorded. Symptom-based questionnaires were made for the screening of the patients. The cases were divided based on the severity and emergency of the procedure and tabulated accordingly. The various safety and precautionary measures in this pandemic of COVID-19 are discussed and various emergency procedure undertaken is reviewed. Results: The patients were prioritized based on malignant and non-malignant conditions in elective surgical procedures. The priorities in case of emergency surgical procedures involved haematuria, urosepsis, urological trauma, obstructive uropathy, urinary retention due to urethral strictures etc. Conclusion: During the pandemic covid 19 situations, our centre being the covid referral centre, we have operated 160 patients with various guidelines prepared by the institute from time to time and we have safely operated and discharged all our patients.. © IJCRR.