Urinary Tract Infection : Case Study
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Katherine T. Crucial are treatment, test of cure, frequent screening until delivery, and antibiotic suppression, when indicated. When a rapid test is positive but the patient has no symptoms, treat only if urine culture is positive. She had a diagnosis of urinary tract infection with sulfonamide-resistant Escherichia coli at 9 weeks of gestation, which was treated with nitrofurantoin, mg by mouth twice a day for 7 days. A test of cure by urine culture was negative. Anatomy is destiny, in the case of susceptibility to urinary tract infection UTI.
Case Presentation Ppt 2
Background: Urinary tract infection UTI during pregnancy is frequently associated with complications. Currently, in India, there is no regular screening for UTI, and facility for diagnosis of UTI is not available at peripheral government health centers. Objective: To estimate the proportion of pregnant women with UTI among antenatal clinic attendees in rural Haryana.