Laboratory Examination for Urinary Tract Infection

mohamed, Aisha (2022-09-11)


Review of the causes, pathophysiology, classification, and most important therapeutic recommendations for adult urinary tract infections, Urinary tract infections are still a widespread clinical condition that affects sexually active women, pregnant women, the elderly, those who have had their urinary bladder catheterized, and those who have had urological surgery, as well as those who have diabetes or nephrolithiasis. Women are more likely than men to suffer as a result of anatomical disparities. Escherichia coli is the most common etiological factor, but it plays a less role in complicated infections than in non-complicated illnesses. Atypical bacteria, viruses, and fungi may also be responsible for the diseases.,Relapses and reinfections are common aspects of urinary tract infections, and in rare circumstances, long term infections can migrate from the lower urinary tract to the upper