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  • Clinical and laboratory features of urinary tract infections in young infants. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Bras Nefrol 2018 Apr 26
  • Lo DS, Rodrigues L, … Gilio AE
  • CONCLUSIONS: The male: female ratio for urinary tract infection was 3.3:1. Non-Escherichia coli etiologies should be considered in empirical treatment. Fever was the main symptom. Positive nitrite is highly suggestive of UTI but has low sensitivity; whereas pyuria ≥ 10,000/mL revealed good sensitivity, but low specificity. Peripheral white blood cell count and C-reactive protein concentration have limited usefulness to suggest UTI.
  • Urinary tract infections in the geriatric patients. [Journal Article]
  • PJPak J Med Sci 2018 Jan-Feb; 34(1):67-72
  • Alpay Y, Aykin N, … Caglan FC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Because of the potential for serious complications and mortality, elderly patients with urinary tract infection, should receive immediate empirical treatment based on anamnesis, clinical evaluation and urinalysis and should be re-examined using results from cultures and antibiograms upon follow-up.
  • Uropathogens and Pyuria in Children With Neurogenic Bladders. [Journal Article]
  • PedPediatrics 2018; 141(5)
  • Forster CS, Shaikh N, … Jackson E
  • CONCLUSIONS: In children with neurogenic bladders who require CIC, Enterococcus may grow in urine culture without pyuria or positive leukocyte esterase. Accordingly, urine cultures should be obtained in symptomatic children, regardless of urinalysis results.
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