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Cardiovascular Death in the Regional Hospital of Koudougou  [PDF]
Koudougou Jonas Kologo, Relwendé Aristide Yaméogo, Joel Bamouni, Stéphane Balima, Georges Rosario Christian Millogo, Patrice Zabsonré
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103179
Cardiovascular diseases actually are a real public health concern all over the world and more specifically in the developing countries. The aim of this study was to analyze the causes and factors associated to deaths due to cardiovascular diseases in medicine and medical emergencies departments at the Regional Hospital (RH) of Koudougou to contribute to treatment improvement. This study was a retrospective and descriptive study conducted over a period of 12 months from January 1st 2014 to December 31st, 2014. This study took place in medicine and medical emergencies departments within the Regional Hospital of Koudougou. We have recorded 282 deceased persons. We have selected 275 deceased persons according to our inclusion criteria. Deaths due to cardiovascular pathologies accounted for 73 cases corresponding to 26.55%. Sex ratio was estimated at 1.8. Patients’ average age was estimated at 62 ± 17.6 years. Forty patients corresponding to 54.8% were referred and 80% of them came from health and social promotion centers. Strokes representing 32.8% were the hypotheses mentioned upon admission. State of shock represented 32.8% of the immediate causes of death. Sixty-four point four percent of patients had high blood pressure as the most frequent initial death cause (47 cases).Thirty five cases of premature deaths, corresponding to 47.9% were observed. Cardiovascular diseases are a real public health concern in our countries undergoing an epidemiological transition. Mortality related to these diseases in Koudougou RH has been widely dominated by high blood pressure. This mortality can be reduced through preventive actions meant for the population including a reorganization of health system and hospital services to improve care quality.
Population Screening Contribution in the Management of Hypertension in Koudougou  [PDF]
Jonas Koudougou Kologo, Aristide Relwendé Yaméogo, Boukary Ouedraogo, André Arthur Seghda, Joel Bamouni, Germain D. Mandi, Georges R. C. Millogo, Patrice Zabsonre
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103202
Hypertension, chronic and silent disease, is a public health problem. The objective of this survey was to assess the prevalence of hypertension in population in the city of Koudougou. This deals with a population survey held in one day consisting of controlling blood pressure and glycaemia among patients having values above the normal ones. All volunteering patients were included in the study. We screened 497 patients during the survey. The average age of patients was 36 ± 12.4 years with extreme of 18 and 75 years. The sex ratio was 1.1. The average systolic blood pressure was 118 ± 21.5 mmHg with extreme of 90 and 200 and the average diastolic blood pressure was 70.8 ± 11 mmHg with extreme of 50 and 100. The frequency of patients suffering from hypertension was 21.6% and that of the diabetic patients was 19%. The average age of patients suffering from hypertension was 43.9 ± 14 years against 37.5 ± 12.8 years for patients suffering from diabetes. During the previous year, 49% (n = 244) had controlled their blood pressure against 51% of cases who controlled theirs during a consultation. 16.3% of patients had their blood sugar controlled (n = 81) against 43.4% who had theirs controlled during a consultation. Hypertension is an under-diagnosed disease despite the available diagnostic tools such as self-measurement. Screening programs should be set up to establish early diagnosis of high blood pressure.
Valvular Heart Diseases and Pregnancy in Delivery Room at University Hospital Yalgado Ouedraogo  [PDF]
Koudougou Jonas Kologo, Georges Rosario Christian Millogo, Georges Kinda, Hermann Adoko, Yibar Kambiré, Anna Thiam/Tall, Relwendé Aristide Yaméogo, André K. Samadoulougou, Patrice Zabsonré
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103201
Valvular heart diseases during pregnancy are complex with symptoms likely to affect patient’s life quality, and endanger both mother’s and child’s life. Our survey aims at studying the combination of valvular heart diseases with pregnancy at University Hospital Yalgado Ouedraogo. This study was a cross-sectional study conducted from January 1st, 2015 to March 31st, 2016 in the delivery room of gynecology and obstetrics department. Inclusion criteria were: the presence of acquired and known valvular heart diseases followed-up or not; suspected valvular heart disease confirmed by a Doppler echocardiography and patient’s consent to take part to the study. Twelve patients were involved in the study. The average age was 27.5 ± 3.9 years (extremes of 21 and 34 years). The average gestational age at the delivery time was 35 ± 4.7 weeks of amenorrhea with extremes reaching 25 and 39 weeks. None of the study patients were previously followed-up and treated for valvular heart diseases before pregnancy. Mitral disease was found among four patients. Seven cases had vaginal delivery. Two cases of spontaneous abortion were observed. We had seven hypotrophy newborns with an average weight of 2360 g at birth. Two patients suffering from congestive heart failure with a full type arrhythmia by atrial fibrillation were hospitalized in cardiology department. No death was reported during our study. Rheumatic valvular diseases are common among pregnant women. The cardiologist should plan pregnancies of patients suffering from valvular heart diseases. Treatment of those patients goes through the prevention of acute rheumatoid arthritis including a joint collaboration between cardiologists and gynecologists.
Cardiologic Medical Evacuations in Burkina Faso: Contribution of Three Philanthropic Sponsors over a 10-Year Period  [PDF]
Koudougou Jonas Kologo, Georges Rosario Christian Millogo, Georges Kinda, Jean Baptiste Tougma, Nobila Valentin Yaméogo, Anna Thiam Tall, Larissa Kagambéga, Caleb Tindano, Eulalie Lingani, Mireille Simo-Moyo, Relwendé Aristide Yaméogo, Andre Koudougou Samadoulougou, Patrice Zabsonré
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103380
Introduction: This study aimed at describing the socio-economic, diagnostic, and progressive features of patients evacuated thanks to philanthropic sponsors. Patients and methods: all evacuated patients, contacted through the phone and interviewed, were included in the study. A questionnaire helped in collecting data which were analyzed through the software Epi-Info (version 7). Outcomes: A total of 63 patients out of 134 were included in the study among which there are 22 adults and 41 children. The sex-ratio was 1.30. Patients living in Ouagadougou accounted for 79% of cases. The children’s average age at evacuation was 3.58 ± 3.86 years against 27.52 ± 12.54 years for adults. Ventricular septal defects among children (58.53%) and mitral valve diseases among adults (72.72%) were the main diagnoses at the time of evacuation. The average fall was 47 months for children, and 54 months for adults in the post-operative period. 68% of adults had an income below 50,000 FCFA per month. The evacuation average cost was estimated at 21,083,000 FCFA per patient, corresponding to 2,825,122,000 FCA over 10 years. Each adult patient spent an average of 15,000 FCFA per month for the follow up, against 8725 FCFA for children. 16% of patients were lost of sight in the post-operative. Conclusion: Philanthropic sponsors significantly contribute to the management of cardiac patients, and their efforts should be supported by a better monitoring. Setting-up cardiac surgery and interventional cardiology in Burkina Faso are required to address these health shortcomings.
Child’s Congenital Heart Diseases: A Follow-Up of 101 Cases at Charles De Gaulle Pediatric Teaching Hospital (CDG-PTH) of Ouagadougou  [PDF]
Georges Kinda, Koudougou Jonas Kologo, Aimé Bama, Georges Rosario Christian Millogo, Salimata Traoré, Lassina Dao, Solange Ouédraogo Yougbaré, Aissata Kaboré, Sonia Kaboret, Kisito Nagalo, Laure Toguyéni Tamini, Relwendé Aristide Yaméogo, Fla Kouéta, Diarra Yé, Léonie Claudine Lougué Sorgho, Patrice Zabsonré
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103092
Introduction: The management of congenital heart diseases in countries with limited technical facilities poses real problems to practitioners. Yet, a good medical follow- up permits to improve these children’s life quality before any eventual surgery. Our study aims at examining the evolutionary and prognostic aspects of these congenital heart diseases in order to understand their evolution in our context. Materials and Methods: Our work is a continuation of a prospective, transversal and descriptive survey concerning all the children with congenital heart diseases in hospitalization or in consultation led from January 1st 2012 to December 31st 2012 in the Charles De Gaulle Center Pediatric Teaching Hospital (CDG-PTH) in Ouagadougou. Results: In 2012, we kept under observation 101 cases of congenital heart diseases representing 69.18% of the 146 cases of heart diseases with an impact of 0.79% of the 12,838 patients who were admitted at CDG-PTH. The interventricular septal defect occupied the first place of all malformative heart diseases with 43.56% of cases. The average age of patients at the moment of the diagnosis was 17 months old with extremes ranging from two (2) days old to fifteen (15) years old. The sex-ratio was 1.06. Throughout the follow-up of the children until the end of the six months’ survey, it was possible for us to meet again 52 patients, we had no longer been in touch with 22 patients and 27 were dead. At the moment of the diagnosis, surgical treatment was recommended for 63.37% of the patients (64 cases) and only 7.81% (5 cases) were operated. The complicated cases were: Eisenmenger syndrome (6 cases representing 5.94%). We recorded a rate of 26.73% of death. Conclusion: Congenital heart diseases are relatively common at CDG-PTH. The high rate of mortality noticed is due to the lack of heart surgery and catheterism units in our country.
An Observation of One Case of Adult Partial Atrio-Ventricular Defect  [PDF]
Georges Kinda, Koudougou Jonas Kologo, Aimé Bama, Georges Rosario Christian Millogo, Salimata Traoré, Lassina Dao, Solange Ouédraogo Yougbaré, Aissata Kaboré, Sonia Kaboret, Kisito Nagalo, Laure Toguyéni Tamini, Relwendé Aristide Yaméogo, Fla Kouéta, Diarra Yé, Léonie Claudine Lougué Sorgho, Patrice Zabsonré
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103091
The newborn with partial atrio-ventricular defect is born quickly normal without functional signs, and then cardiac insufficiency appears in the first weeks of life respiratory unrests. The spontaneous evolution makes itself toward a complication of the shunts left-right with cardiac insufficiency, Osler illness, the death or toward the pulmonary obstructive illness about 6 months old. In order to fear the evolutionary possibilities and debate difficulties of hold in charge in countries with limited resources such as Burkina Faso, we return a clinic observation of a case of partial atrio-ventricular defect in a sixty years old man.
Epidemiological and Clinical Profile of Male Hypofertility in Consultation at the Urology-Andrology of Yalgado Ouedraogo Teaching Hospital (Burkina Faso)  [PDF]
Brahima Kirakoya, Zango Barnabé, Paré Abdoul Karim, Kaboré Fasnéwendé Aristide, Yaméogo Clotaire, Nikièma Amélie
Advances in Sexual Medicine (ASM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/asm.2015.51001
Abstract: Objective: To determine the epidemiological and clinical characteristics of male hypofertility attending at urology for paternity desire. Materials and methods: Cross-sectional study conducted from January 1st to December 31 2012 at urology department of teaching hospital Yalgado Ouedraogo. We collated men attending for hypofertility. Only subjects living regularly with their partner were retained. Results: The study concerned 95 men. The average age was 36.9 years (range: 23 years and 53 years) and 28.6 years for their wives (range: 19 years and 40 years). Patients resided in urban areas in 90.5% of cases. Gynecologists and general physicians sent respectively 77.9% (N = 74) and 17.9% (N = 17) of cases. The average consultation delay time was 3 years. The average duration of infertility was 5.8 years (Extreme: 1 year and 20 years). Infertility was primary in 68.4% of cases and secondary in 31.6% of cases. 24.2% of patients admitted for history of genitourinary infection. Varicocele was found in 22.1% of cases. The semen analysis showed that 42 men had azoospermia. The semen culture isolated a germ in 19.1% of cases. Serum FSH was high in 47.3% of cases. Conclusion: Male hypofertility affected men of all age. Urologists are the last resort of the male hypo fertile, gynecologists constituting the first contact. Azoospermia is a problem commonly encountered in urological consultation.
Prostate Cancer Disease Characteristics at the Time of Diagnosis and Initial Treatment Offered in a Tertiary Hospital at Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)  [PDF]
Fasnéwindé Aristide Kaboré, Barnabé Zango, Timothé Kambou, Aimé Sosthène Ouédraogo, Aboubacar Bambara, Clotaire Yaméogo, Brahima Kirakoya, Olga Lompo
Open Journal of Urology (OJU) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/oju.2014.41002

Objectives: to describe the characteristics of newly diagnosed prostate cancer (PCa) and the initial treatments offered to patients in the most important urological center of Burkina Faso. Methods: We analyzed the data of a cohort of 168 consecutive patients with no prior history of PCa between January 2009 and December 2012. Diagnosis of PCa was based on histological analysis of transrectal prostate biopsies. Patient and disease characteristics and the initial treatment offered were taken in account. Results: The mean age at presentation was 68.59 ± 9.41 years (range 30 to 95 years). There was a 3.6-fold increase in the incidence of PCa through the four years of the study. The mean duration of symptoms prior to presentation was 11.6 ± 10.9 months. The majority of cases (86.9%) were presented as locally advanced or metastatic disease. Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) was the first therapeutic option for 121 patients (72%) and 73 patients (43.4%) underwent ADT through bilateral orchiectomy. Only 3 patients (1.78%) underwent radical prostatectomy. Conclusion: An increase in the diagnosis of PCa in our country was observed in this study. The diagnosis of prostate cancer was usually tardive in Burkina Faso. Treatment often involves surgical ADT for socioeconomic reasons.

Intra-Hospital Delay in Emergency Care at the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department in the University Teaching Hospital of Ouagadougou (UTH-YO), Burkina Faso  [PDF]
Ouattara Adama, Tougma Aline Pegwendé, Yaméogo Relwendé Barnabé, Millogo/Traoré Fran?oise Danielle, Ouedraogo Issa, Kiemtoré Sibraogo, Ouédraogo Ali, Thieba/Bonane Blandine
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2017.712116
Abstract: Objective: To investigate the intra-hospital delay in the treatment of gynecological and obstetric emergencies in the obstetrics and gynecology department at the UTH-YO. Patients and methods: It has been a prospective and descriptive study over a period of four months from 1 May to 31 August 2015 in the obstetrics and gynecology department at the UTH-YO. All patients and their escorts were included in our study, admitted to gynecological or obstetric emergencies who have accepted to participate in the survey. Data were entered and analyzed using a PC equipped with the SPSS 16.0 software English version. Results: During the study period, we recorded 2627 admissions. Delays in the management involved 216 patients or a frequency of 8.2%. The average age of patients was 26.6 ± 6.2 years, ranging from 16 and 46 years. Patients had no income in 165 cases (that is to say 76.4%). The referred patients accounted for 165 admissions (85.7%). The intake patterns were dominated by obstetric acute fetal distress in 44 cases (20.4%), pre-failure syndrome in 27 cases (that is to say 12.8%) and in gynecology by the ectopic pregnancy in 171 cases (79.3%). The average waiting period between the arrival of a
Giant Hydronephrosis in Sourou Sanou University Teaching Hospital of Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina-Faso). Two Cases Reports and Literature Review  [PDF]
Timothée Kambou, Adama Ouattara, Abdoul Karim Paré, Drissa S. Barro, Clotaire Yaméogo, Abdoulaye Kodo, Aristide F. Kabore
Open Journal of Urology (OJU) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oju.2018.81003
Abstract: Giant Hydronephrosis (GH) is a rare condition in urology literature and defined as a pelvicalyceal system of kidney containing more of 1000 ml of urine. This condition is not so rare in our setting. We herein, reported two cases of giant hydronephrosis, seen in two young patients respectively with 5 and 9 years old and their collecting system containing 4000 ml and 5000 ml of urines respectively. Only simple nephrectomy was performed for the two cases with renal function impairment and the post operative course was uneventful. Our purpose through these cases reports is to discuss diagnosis features and management of such condition in our setting, a context of low income countries as Burkina-Faso where diagnosis tool and further investigation are not always available.
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