Publications by authors named "H Y A Lengani"

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[Prevalence and risk factors associated with intradialytic hypotension in Sub-Saharan Africa: The case of Burkina Faso].

Ann Cardiol Angeiol (Paris) 2021 Feb 23. Epub 2021 Feb 23.

Service de néphrologie, centre hospitalier universitaire Yalgado Ouedraogo, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

Aim: The aim of our study was to determine the prevalence and factors associated with intradialytic hypotension in our cohort of chronic hemodialysis patients.

Methods: This was a prospective monocentric study over a six-month period. Intradialytic hypotension was defined as a decrease in systolic blood pressure ≥ 20mmHg or a decrease in mean arterial pressure of 10mmHg associated with clinical events and the need for nursing interventions. The groups were compared using univariate analysis of variance.

Results: We included 48 patients and counted 3014 hemodialysis sessions. The mean age was 44.7±15 years. The prevalence of intradialytic hypotension was 12.4%, with cramps 20 (41.7%) as the main symptom. Factors associated with frequent intradialytic hypotension compared to the groups without intradialytic hypotension and with infrequent intradialytic hypotension were age (61±13 years, p=0.018), diabetes (33.3%, p=0.019), high body mass index (27, 3±7.8kg/m2, p=0.002), interdialytic weight gain ≥ 5% of baseline weight (66.7%, p=0.033), hourly ultrafiltration (800±275ml/h, p=0.037) and perdialytic feeding (33.3%, p=0.016). Low pre-dialysis diastolic blood pressure (72±13mmHg, p=0.012) and high baseline weight (73.9±17.5kg, p=0.028) were associated with frequent versus infrequent intradialytic hypotension.

Conclusion: Intradialytic hypotension is common in our context. Its prevention in at-risk patients is critical to reducing morbidity and mortality and improving quality of life.
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February 2021

[Anxiety and depression during chronic renal failure before end stage at the University hospital center Yalgado Ouedraogo of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)].

Nephrol Ther 2019 Dec 3;15(7):506-510. Epub 2019 Nov 3.

Service de psychiatrie, CHU de Yalgado Ouédraogo, 03 BP 7022 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

Aim: We wanted to know the prevalence of depression and anxiety, as well as the associated factors in patients with chronic renal failure in Burkina Faso.

Patients And Methods: This was an analytical cross-sectional study conducted from February to May 2016. We included all adult patients with moderate or severe chronic renal failure. The diagnosis of anxiety and depression was made using the Hamilton scales. Identification of factors associated with both conditions required bi- and multivariate analyzes.

Results: The study involved 191 patients, with a mean age of 53.2±14.2 years and a sex ratio of 1.4. The prevalence of anxiety and depression was 42.4% and 66.5%, respectively. In 37.7% of cases, both anxiety and depression were noted. The mean age was 52.2±13.1 years for anxious patients and 53.5±13.3 years for the depressed. After multivariate analysis, female sex (odds ratio 2.2; adjusted P=0.014) was significantly associated with anxiety, and anxiety itself at depression (odds ratio 7.5; adjusted P<0.001).

Conclusion: Anxiety and depression are very common during moderate or severe chronic renal failure in Burkina Faso. In view of their potentially serious consequences, there is a definite interest in their early detection by the nephrologist, especially in the female patient, and for early management.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nephro.2019.07.329DOI Listing
December 2019

[Epidemiology of acute renal failure during dengue fever in the city of Ouagadougou].

Nephrol Ther 2020 Feb 25;16(1):27-32. Epub 2019 Oct 25.

Service de néphrologie et hémodialyse, CHU de Yalgado Ouédraogo, 03 BP 7022 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

Aim: Describe acute renal failure during dengue fever in Ouagadougou, in a context of almost nonexistent african data on the subject.

Patients And Method: The study was cross-sectional and descriptive with a retrospective collection of data in 13 health structures. It concerned a period of 16 months. Included were suspected cases of dengue fever following the guidelines of the ministry of health and for whom an ARF was diagnosed. The acute renal failure and its severity were defined according to KDIGO's recommendations.

Result: Sixty-seven cases (sex ratio 2.7 ; mean age 39.6±16.7 years) of acute renal failure were noted among 316 dengue fever patients, or 21.2%. The mean of serum creatinine on admission was 440.7±504.2 μmol/L. The acute renal failure severity was classified at stage 3 in 29 cases, or 43.3%. The most common etiopathogenic factors were those responsible for renal hypoperfusion in 47 cases, or 70.2%; 14 cases of brown macroscopic hematuria, or 20.9%, were observed. Nine patients, or 13.4%, were taken in conventional acute hemodialysis. Six cases of death, a lethality rate of 9%, were observed.

Conclusion: The acute renal failure in our dengue fever patients population was very common, severe, and highly lethal. The prognosis should improve with early management. It would be even better to promote primary prevention through effective vector control.
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February 2020