Asymptomatic Bacteriuria among LIMU students

Langhi, Aous (2022-09-08)


The purpose of this research is to see how common asymptomatic bacteriuria is among students at Libyan International Medical University. During this study, twenty-four students are involved. Each man and woman had urine samples taken. A significant microorganism count in the urine is defined as 54.1 percent of LIMU students have asymptomatic bacteriuria. The chi-squared test and Fisher's exact test were used in this study, and the results revealed that there were statistically significant differences in asymptomatic bacteriuria by gender (P=0.018). Asymptomatic bacteriuria was more common in females than in males. E.coli was discovered to be the most common cause of asymptomatic bacteriuria.