Urinary Tract Infections (Uti) In Children

Urinary tract infections (UTI) are characterized by a content of 5 x 104 colonies / ml defined in a catheter urine or in older children in the repeated random urine of ?105 colonies / ml. In infants, UTIs are often associated with anatomical malformations. UTI can cause sepsis fever, failure to thrive, flank pain and signs, especially in young children. Treatment is with antibiotics. To follow-up imaging studies of the…

September 3, 2018
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