uropathogen

uropathogen

(ū″rō-păth′ō-jĕn) [″ + pathos, disease, suffering, + gennan, to produce]
A microorganism capable of causing disease of the urinary tract.

uropathogen

pathogenic organisms in the urinary tract.
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In the clinical laboratory Staphylococcus saprophyticus is most frequently found as a uropathogen, being one of the leading causes of community acquired urinary tract infection (UTI) in young females (1,2).
schaalii is considered to be a uropathogen among persons [greater than or equal to] 65 years of age and in patients with predisposing neurologic or local factors.
Escherichia coli was the most prevalent uropathogen isolated by culture (60.
The findings "correlate with other data showing increasing rates of uropathogen resistance," the researchers wrote.
Cysbiotic could help support urinary tract health through a dual action: Cranberries' PACs hinder uropathogen adhesion to the urinary tract, while the beneficial bacteria could help re store the gut and vaginal protective microflora as well as limit the risk of pathogen development, leading to better urinary tract health.
2%)] had culture proven UTI [538 due to a single uropathogen (508 bacterial, and 30 due to yeasts) and 20 bi-microbial infections (18 bacterial co-infections and 2 mixed bacterial and yeast infection)].
Escherichia coli sequence type ST131 as an emerging fluoroquinolone-resistant uropathogen among renal transplant recipients.
It was found that the extract, at four times the MIC, produced complete killing of the uropathogen at 2 h from the beginning of the experiment, while the alkylresorcinol, at four times the MIC, produced the same effect after 24 h.
Uropathogen antibiotic sensitivities were compared with those of the general hospital population at that time.
Significant infection was considered to be present if at least 10,000 colonies of uropathogen were present.