Evaluation of changes in instrumental and biochemical markers of heart diseases in patients with bladder cancer under the condition of intravenous and intravesical doxorubicin administration

  • N. L. Hodovan National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya, Ukraine
Keywords: bladder cancer, chemotherapy, myocardial destruction, doxorubicin.

Abstract

Due to the constant increase in morbidity and mortality, bladder cancer remains a pressing problem in modern medicine. Despite the success of chemotherapy, chemotherapy physicians around the world have been concerned about the safety of these drugs for many years. Doxorubicin has been used as an antitumor drug for more than 40 years in various hematological and solid malignancies, however, its toxic effects when administered intravenously to vital organs and organ systems, including the heart, require further research. The aim of our study was to evaluate the manifestations and progression of cardiotoxicity in patients with bladder cancer with systemic and intravesical administration of doxorubicin. The study included 96 patients who were divided into three groups: the first group or the control group – patients who had a confirmed diagnosis of first stage bladder cancer, were treated surgically and did not receive doxorubicin; the second group – patients who, in addition to surgical treatment, received doxorubicin systemically (intravenously) in a therapeutic dose; the third group – patients who received doxorubicin at a dose of 50 mg, locally, by instillation of the drug into the bladder cavity, after prior catheterization with an elastic catheter. ECG data and biochemical markers of myocardial destruction before and after chemotherapy were studied. The study found that systemic serial administration of doxorubicin to patients with bladder cancer causes significant changes in the myocardium after the first course of chemotherapy. A single intravesical instillation of doxorubicin does not cause changes in laboratory and instrumental heart rate.

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Published
2021-06-26
How to Cite
Hodovan, N. L. (2021). Evaluation of changes in instrumental and biochemical markers of heart diseases in patients with bladder cancer under the condition of intravenous and intravesical doxorubicin administration. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (43), 40-44. https://doi.org/10.31393/bba43-2021-07