bacteriuria


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bacteriuria

[bak‚tir·ē′yu̇·rē·ə]
(medicine)
The occurrence of bacteria in the urine.
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11] Untreated asymptomatic bacteriuria is a risk factor for acute cystitis (40%) and pyelonephritis (25%-30%) in pregnancy.
In the mid-1950s, the first quantitative urine cultures were developed to differentiate true bacteriuria from contaminated voided specimens by comparing voided specimens to catheterized specimens.
For diagnosing acute papillary necrosis in children and in cases with rapidly deteriorating renal functions along with pyuria and bacteriuria.
12) Wazait et al assessed the use of prophylactic antibiotics in patients with and without existing bacteriuria.
Bacteriuria was defined as at least 105 colony-forming units per ml of one or two microorganisms in urine culture, and pyuria was defined as any number of white blood cells on urinalysis.
Se enfatizo el estudio de aquellos casos con diagnostico de cistitis y/o pielonefritis aguda y urocultivo positivo (microbiologia y susceptibilidad), ademas del analisis de la presencia o no de bacteriemia concomitante, urianalisis, cuadro clinico al momento del urocultivo, tipo de tratamiento y rechazo agudo coincidente en el mes de la bacteriuria.
Recurrent UTI is an infection that follows resolution of bacteriuria and symptoms of a prior UTI, and the term applies when such an infection occurs within 6 months of the last UTI or when 3 or more UTIs occur within a year.
Tras 72 horas de tratamiento medico el servicio de Microbiologia reporto crecimiento de Rauoltella planticola resistente a quinolonas en los dos hemocultivos y bacteriuria con mas de 100.
Accuracy of diagnostic tests to detect asymptomatic bacteriuria during pregnancy.
Asymptomatic bacteriuria following endourologic procedures generally has no clinical significance and may spontaneously disappear.
This trial did not show a benefit of cranberry capsules in terms of lower presence of bacteriuria plus pyuria [presence of bacteria and white blood cells in the urine, a telltale sign of a UTI among older women living in nursing homes," the study stated.
Essas infeccoes podem ser agrupadas em quatro entidades clinicas diferentes, de acordo com a localizacao anatomica do agravo, mantendo, todavia, relacoes entre as mesmas: bacteriuria assintomatica (BA), uretrite, cistite e pielonefrite (DUARTE et al.