Effect of Gender differences on prevalence and microbial spectrum of asymptomatic bacteriuria

Jamal, Ayah (2022-09-11)


Bacteriuria is the presence of certain bacteria in the urine, associated with both asymptomatic and symptomatic urinary tract infections (UTI's). It has a great influence on the way that microorganisms settle in the urinary system. The elderly, pregnant women, healthy women, and patients with weak immunity all have very different rates of bacterial urine, women and pregnant mothers are the most inclined, but it is interesting that it has different in many microbiological spectra. In addition to the predominance of asymptomatic bacteriuria between men and women, microorganisms that infect various genders is different. This study examines data on the predominance of asymptomatic bacteriuria and the microbiological spectrum as a function of gender. We also review the value of early detection of asymptomatic bacteriuria (ASB) in the prevention of health complications in pregnant and non-pregnant women.