Bacteriuria (UTIs)

mahmoud, salem (2022-09-11)


UTI is one of the most common morbidities in both communities and hospitals. Among the common urinary tract pathogens that cause UTI, urinary tract pathogenic Escherichia coli (UPEC) is the main cause. This is one of the most common bacterial infections. UPEC strains have a large number of both structural (fimbria, fimbria, curly, whip hair, etc.) and secretory (toxin, iron uptake system, etc.) virulence factors, which can cause disease. While contributing to the ability to cause, attaching exhibits to the bladder epithelium exhibits a variety of host defense mechanisms, including urinary flow and secretion of antibacterial agents, which are useful tools in the fight against infection. Useful as.