Genders impact on prevalence and microbial diversity

Jibrail, Ali (2022-09-05)


The presence of bacteria in correctly collected urine of a patient who has no signs or symptoms of a urinary infection is known as asymptomatic bacteriuria (ABUS). The goal of this study was to find out how common asymptomatic bacteriuria is among LIMU students. In this investigation, urine samples were taken from 24 males and females. The samples were cultivated on CLED agar and the presence of bacteria was determined to be negative. The organisms were E. coli, which is the most prevalent cause of bacteriuria in people who have no symptoms, and the P-value was statistically significant.