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Clinical Study

Comparison of Intrauterine Suitable Balloon and Foley Balloon in the Prevention of Adhesion after Hysteroscopic Adhesiolysis

Table 1

Demographic and clinical parameters of the patient.

VariablesFB groupISB groupP value

Number7476
Age (years)0.566
Times of pregnancy2 (1–3)2 (1–3)0.435
Childbirth8 (10.8%)17 (22.4%)0.058
Body Mass Index0.290
Menstrual pattern0.997
 Amenorrhea7 (9.5%)7 (9.2%)
 Hypomenorrhea59 (79.7%)61 (80.3%)
 Normal menstruation8 (10.8%)8 (10.5%)
Etiological type0.256
 Artificial abortion21 (28.4%)20 (26.3%)
 Curettage in early pregnancy39 (52.7%)36 (47.4%)
 Curettage in the middle and late pregnancy11 (14.9%)9 (11.8%)
 Unexplained reasons1 (1.4%)5 (6.6%)
 Other2 (2.7%)6 (7.9%)
Number of times of pregnancy loss0.534
 039 (52.7%)43 (56.6%)
 122 (29.7%)23 (30.3%)
 ≥213 (17.6%)10 (13.2%)
Number of times of intrauterine operation2 (1–3)2 (1–2.75)0.390
Endometrial thickness (mm)0.839
Uterine volume (cm3)0.123
Degree of adhesion0.014
 Moderate adhesion46 (62.2%)33 (42.1%)
 Severe adhesion28 (37.8%)44 (57.9%)
Preoperative adhesion type0.333
 Mixed type42 (56.8%)49 (64.5%)
 Peripheral type32 (43.2%)27 (35.5%)
Preoperative intrauterine depth0.976

Mean ± SD, t-test
Median (95% confidence interval), Mann–Whitney U test
Number (percentage), χ2 test

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