bacteruria


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bacteriuria

 [bak-te″re-u´re-ah]
bacteria in the urine. adj., adj bacteriu´ric.

bacteriuria

Bacteria in the urine.

bacteruria

Nephrology Bacteria in urine. See Too numerous to count, Urine culture.

bacteruria

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Johnson, 1988) Urethral meatal colonization was the source of bladder bacteruria in 45% of the intervention group (silver-oxide coating on catheter) and 67% of the control group (no silver-oxide coating on catheter).
A The definition of significant bacteruria is [greater than or equal to][10.
The study showed that 10% of nonambulatory women developed symptomatic bacteruria after a single catheterization, and several actually developed pyelonephritis (J.
Catheterization of ambulatory women, on the other hand, carried very little risk, with only 1 in 100 patients developing bacteruria.
This analysis showed that antibiotic prophylaxis was associated with a reduction in asymptomatic bacteruria among children with acute spinal cord injury (P<.
Asymptomatic bacteruria is a transient colonization of the bladder, which if left untreated usually resolves without sequelae.
4] cfu/mL of a CC/MS, IDC from patients Work up the one single PP or for each with pyelonephritis, or both PP with of 2 PP acute cystitis, or ID/AST asymptomatic bacteruria, OR SC >[10.
4 Age, race, cocaine use, prior PTD, UTI, second or third trimester, bleeding, trich, CT, GBS bacteruria Meis et al, 1995 1.
1-3) The available information from urologic reports and institutionalized patients demonstrates a 3% to 10%increased risk of bacteruria per day of catheterisation.
INTRODUCTION: UTI is defined as significant bacteruria irrespective of the site of infection in the urinary tract (1).
Most newborns and young infants present with symptoms of UTI and not asymptomatic bacteruria.