WASHOUT

Ward AdmiSsion of Haematuria: an Observational Multicentre Study

Now open to recruitment

WASHOUT

Now open to recruitment

To sign your hospital for WASHOUT, please fill in the hospital site registration form

Background

Haematuria is one of the most common urological conditions requiring hospital admission, yet current practice remains highly variable across the UK and internationally. Currently there is no consensus on best practice, no high-quality evidence to guide practice and no standardised management pathways. Over 25,000 patients are admitted each year in the UK with haematuria, contributing to at least 15% of all emergency urology admissions. In addition to poor clinical outcomes, inpatients admitted with haematuria have high resource use, long inpatient stays and they often have repeated readmissions.

Aims and Objectives

Primary aims – To define current practices in the management of inpatient haematuria and their outcomes.

Secondary aims – To identify factors associated with adverse outcomes and increased resource usage.

Overview of WASHOUT study




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List of currently registered WASHOUT sites







Important study documents:





Video User Guide to WASHOUT REDCap





Team

NB

Nikita Bhatt

Lead

KB

Kevin Byrnes

Lead

VK

Veeru Kasivisvanathan

PI

SK

Sinan Khadhouri

Project team

KG

Kevin Gallagher

Project team

AN

Arjun Nathan

Project team

RV

Raghav Varma

Project team

SI

Simona Ippoliti

Project team

HW

Hannah Warren

Project Team

AA

Aqua Asif

Project team

BC

Bing Chow

Project Team

NK

Nikki Kerdegari

Project team

QM

Quetin Mak

Project team

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