URS

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URSYours
URSUtah Retirement System
URSUser Requirement(s) Specification
URSUreterorenoscopy
URSUnited Recovery Systems (Texas)
URSUltimate Roulette System
URSUser Requirement Specification
URSUniversal Retention System
URSUtility Ready Storage
URSUtility Rendering Service
URSUnited Rehabilitation Services (Dayton, OH)
URSUniform Reporting System
URSUniversité Robert Schuman (French: Robert Schuman University; Strasbourg, France)
URSUndergraduate Research Symposium
URSUniversity Research Support
URSUn-Requisitioned Surplus (electricity load)
URSUreteroscopic Removal of Stones (surgery)
URSUrological Research Society (various locations)
URSUnified Registration Statement
URSUtilization Reporting System
URSUniversity Radiation Safety (various schools)
URSUndergraduate Research Scholars
URSUnited Research Services
URSUnited Research Services (now URS Corporation; San Francisco, CA)
URSUniversity of Rizal System (Philippines)
URSUtah Rural Summit
URSUniform Risk Spectrum (earthquakes)
URSUstava Republike Slovenije (Slovenian: Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia)
URSUtility Ready Storage (Hewlett Packard)
URSUpstream Regulatory Sequence
URSUnique Recording Software, Inc
URSUnique Recognition String
URSUnit Reference Sheet
URSUniversal Routing Server
URSUnited Registrar of Systems Limited (UK)
URSUniversity Research Scholarship
URSUser Requirement Statement
URSKursk Airport
URSUnified Response Strategy
URSUnited Registration Services
URSUnited Resource Systems, Inc (Lakewood, CO)
URSUniversal Radio Studio
URSUnderway Replenishment Systems Manual
URSUME Reporting System
URSUnderground Resistance Squadron (gaming)
URSUnited Recovery Services, Inc.
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We have examined and compared shock wave lithotripsy, percutaneous nephrolithotripsy, ureterorenoscopy (regardless of the type of lithotripsy), open stone surgery and medical expulsive therapy.
Complications during and following percutaneous nephrolithotomy Number of Percent (%) patients (n=118) Intraoperative transfusion (%) 3 2.5 Postoperative transfusion (%) 10 8.5 Postoperative fever (%) 19 16.2 Sepsis and need for ICU (%) 3 2.5 Additional interventions URS 8 6.7 DJS 3 2.5 ICU: Intensive care unit, URS: Ureterorenoscopy, DJS: Double j stent
Ureterorenoscopy for upper tract urothelial carcinoma: how often are we missing lesions?
Retrograde ureterorenoscopy can be a useful diagnostic tool and can play a role in the clearance of smaller stones.
Search strategy was as follows: (kidney stone OR urolithiasis OR kidney calculus OR kidney calculi OR renal stone OR nephrolith OR renal calculus) AND (mini-PCNL OR mPCNL OR minimally invasive surgery OR minimally invasive percutaneous nephrolithotomy OR minipercutaneous OR miniaturized PCNL OR ultra-mini-PCNL) AND (retrograde intrarenal surgery OR RIRS OR flexible ureteroscopy OR flexible ureterorenoscopy OR retrograde ureterolithotripsy).
Management of calyceal diverticular calculi: A comparison of percutaneous nephrolithotomy and flexible ureterorenoscopy. Urolithiasis 2015;43:155-61.
Objective: To assess the success rates of endoscopic management of upper ureteral stones using semirigid ureterorenoscopy and holmium: YAG laser lithotripters.
A 56-year-old male patient (weight 77 kg, height 163 cm, ASA II) was scheduled for ureterorenoscopy because of a stone in the upper part of ureter.
Material and methods: Data from pediatric patients [less than or equal to]16 years of age who had percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PNL), ureterorenoscopy (URS), and extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) between January 2001 and December 2011 were retrospectively investigated.
For example, in endourological percutaneous nephrolithotripsy or ureterorenoscopy, guide wires consist of both round wires and springs in which there are thin round wires and flat wires [4-8].
A systematic review by Dunn & Turpie (2003) found that patients taking oral anticoagulation rarely suffered with major bleeding whilst undergoing dental procedures, arthrocentesis, cataract surgery, ureterorenoscopy, and upper endoscopy and colonoscopy with or without biopsy.