bacteriuria

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bacteriuria

[bak‚tir·ē′yu̇·rē·ə]
(medicine)
The occurrence of bacteria in the urine.
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with growth of two or more organisms on culture, were considered not to indicate significant bacteriuria.
Material and Methods: The study group was composed of 71 patients with myelodysplasia who were found to have significant bacteriuria (age: 8.
Significant bacteriuria (SB) was considered present when [greater than or equal to] 100.
The profile of bacteria isolated from cases of significant bacteriuria is shown in Table 3.
Results: Of all 100 spinal cord patients 52 patients (52%) had symptoms suggestive of UTI but only 37 patients (37%) had significant bacteriuria on urine culture supported by high level pyuria were declared to have UTI.
Significant bacteriuria in relation to long-term diabetic manifestations.
At clinically significant bacteriuria (105 CFU/ml and more) the infectious agent of infection was considered a bacteria isolated from the highest cultivation of urine.
The prevalence of significant bacteriuria in diabetic patients in Calabar, Nigeria.
UTIs were defined as the presence of significant bacteriuria ([greater than or equal to] 104 to 105 colony-forming units) on culture.
All urine samples from patients with tumors were checked for significant bacteriuria or leukocyturia (>10/[micro]L) as well as for the presence of erythrocytes (>10/[micro]L).
Asymptomatic bacteriuria implies that significant bacteriuria ([10.
The urine samples were processed by semi-quantitative standard calibrated loop method to assess the significant bacteriuria.