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DISCUSSION: The main advantages of cataract surgery without retrobulbar or peribulbar anesthesia are the rapid recovery of vision and the elimination of complications associated with the introduction of a needle into the orbit, such as retrobulbar hemorrhage, palpebral hematoma, optic nerve lesions, ocular perforation, diplopia, and respiratory arrest (3,4).
Based on the foresaid, the aim of our study was to evaluate the economic costs associated with the elimination of complications connected with endoscopic treatment of nephrolithiasis.
To achieve this goal we have studied the frequency of intra-and postoperative complications due to the endoscopic surgery of nephrolithiasis, performed in the period of 2008-2010 in RSCU; determined the number of additional procedures and invasive interventions performed in the postoperative period to low the complications' growth; and carried out a comparative assessment of the economic costs associated with the elimination of complications, taking into account the period of hospital stay, duration of drainage of the renal cavity (in days) and cost of the treatment (in Uzbek sums).
Comparative analysis of the results of the studies for evaluation the economic costs associated with the elimination of complications of endoscopic treatment of nephrolithiasis showed that patients with intra-and postoperative complications are significantly longer stay in the hospital.

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