Asymptomatic Bacteriuria among LIMU students
This study has a purpose that is to determine the prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria among Libyan International Medical University students This research involves 24 students. Both men and women had urine samples obtained. A significant bacterial count in the urine was found in 54.2 percent of LIMU students, which is characterized as asymptomatic bacteriuria. A chi-squared test was used in this investigation, and the results revealed that there were statistically significant variations in asymptomatic bacteriuria by gender (P=0.018). ASBU was shown to be more common in females than in males. E. coli was discovered to be the most common cause of asymptomatic bacteriuria.