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Relevance. Over the past decades, increasingly used tools to measure the life quality of BPH patients. Aim. This study evaluated some risk factors of the Kazakh population for the analysis of benign prostatic hyperplasia in Semey, East-Kazakhstan region. Three types of risk factors such as prostate volume, glomerular filtration rate, age have been studied. Materials and methods. 812 benign prostatic hyperplasia patients were carried out. These patients were recruited from clinical Kidney Centre. The study subjects were divided on the basis of Age groups, PV groups and GFR groups. To determine the normal distribution of statistical data, we used the Shapiro-Wilk Test. The confidence interval was calculated using the Wald method. Results. The average age of patients with BPH was 68.4 ± 15.7 years. Also in our study, we found that the mean PV for all patients was 45.4 ml. This was in accordance with that of Kazakh population. Mean prostate volume of BPH patients in Glomerular filtration rate groups was found to be 45.4±9.38 ml/min (p=0.003). PV was found to be higher in group with reduced glomerular filtration rate. Conclusion. Prostate gland volume of patients increased significantly with increasing age. Lower Glomerular Filtration Rate is dependent risk factor for prostatic growth.
Asset M. Kussainov1, 0000-0002-8816-5357 Ainash B. Salmenbaeva1, Malika E. Musulmanbek1, Tolkyn A. Bulegenov1, 0000-00016145-9649 Nazarbek B. Omarov1, 0000-0002-6201-8263 Kuat D. Akimzhanov1, 0000-0002-8608-0771 Muratkan Т. Kuderbayev1, Vladimir B. Kolyado6 1 NСJSC «Semey Medical University», Department of Surgical Dissociations, Semey, Republic of Kazakhstan; 2 City Hospital №1, Semey, Republic of Kazakhstan; 3 NСJSC «Semey Medical University», Department of neurology, ophthalmology and otorhinolaryngology, Semey, Republic of Kazakhstan; 4 NСJSC «Semey Medical University», Department of Hospital and Pediatric Surgery, Semey, Republic of Kazakhstan; 5 University Hospital NСJSC «Semey Medical University», Semey, Republic of Kazakhstan; 6 «Altai State Medical University» Ministry of health of the Russian Federation, Barnaul city, Russian Federation.
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Kussainov A.M., Salmenbaeva A.B., Musulmanbek M.E., Bulegenov T.A., Omarov N.B., Akimzhanov K.D., Kuderbayev M.Т., Kolyado V.B. The influence of important risk factors on the incidence of benign prostatic hyperplasia in the population of Kazakhstan // Nauka i Zdravookhranenie [Science & Healthcare]. 2023, (Vol.25) 4, pp. 127-132. doi 10.34689/SH.2023.25.4.015

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