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نویسندگان: 

DREKONJA D.M. | JOHNSON J.R.

نشریه: 

PRIMARY CARE

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2008
  • دوره: 

    35
  • شماره: 

    2
  • صفحات: 

    345-367
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    630
  • بازدید: 

    4259
  • دانلود: 

    9195
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 4259

دانلود 9195 استناد 630 مرجع 0
نویسندگان: 

LITZA J.A. | BRILL J.R.

نشریه: 

PRIMARY CARE

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2010
  • دوره: 

    37
  • شماره: 

    3
  • صفحات: 

    491-507
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    315
  • بازدید: 

    2207
  • دانلود: 

    9195
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 2207

دانلود 9195 استناد 315 مرجع 0
نویسندگان: 

CHANG S.L. | SHORTLIFFE L.D.

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2006
  • دوره: 

    53
  • شماره: 

    3
  • صفحات: 

    379-400
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    315
  • بازدید: 

    3957
  • دانلود: 

    9195
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 3957

دانلود 9195 استناد 315 مرجع 0
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اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2010
  • دوره: 

    2
  • شماره: 

    1
  • صفحات: 

    9-14
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    0
  • بازدید: 

    20626
  • دانلود: 

    12109
چکیده: 

Background and Aim: urinary tract infection (UTI) causes significant illness in children. The diagnosis in most developing countries is often overlooked due to difficulties in obtaining urine from children especially those who would not void voluntarily. Misdiagnosis often leads to renal damage and hypertension, which could be avoidable with early diagnosis and proper management. Empirical antibiotic treatment in UTI, especially if based on the epidemiology and resistance patterns of common uropathogens, plays an important role in prevention of renal damage. The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence of clinical symptoms, laboratory findings, renal ultrasonography, Dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) renal scanning and antimicrobial sensitivity of uropathogens.Materials and Methods: This retrospective study was conducted on 136 patients hospitalized in Qods hospital of Qazvin with positive urine culture during 2006 (from March through October).Results: One hundred and thirty five children were included in the study. Of the total, 108 (80%) were females and 27 (20%) were males with a female to male ratio of 5.4:1. The median age of the patients was 24.4 months. Ninety eight (72.6%) patients were from cities and 37 (27.4%) were from rural areas. Of 135 patients, 17 (11.1%) had past history of hospitalization with UTI. Fever was the most common clinical presentation (68.1%) followed by dysuria (37%) and vomiting (29.6%) Normal white blood cell count was found in 113 cases (83.7%) and 22 patients (16.3%) had leukocytosis. Increase erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) was found in 64 cases (55.6%) and positive C-reactive protein (CRP) in 54.8% of patients. Escherichia coli (E.coli) caused 67.4% of the infections followed by Klebsiella species (14.1%). The majority of the E.coli isolates (90.1%) were from females, while the remaining were from males. Among the gram negative enteric bacilli high prevalence of resistance was observed against ampicillin (86.9%) and co-trimoxazole (78.3%). E. coli isolates had the most sensitivity to amikacin (90.1%), ciprofloxacin (83%), nitrofurantoin (81.2%), ceftriaxon (78.5%), gentamycin (77.8%) and ceftizoxime (74%). Sonography of the kidney and bladder showed abnormality in 15.3% of patients, while the DMSA renal scan was abnormal in 46.5%.Conclusion: UTI is one of the most common infections diagnosed in hospitalized children, particularly in females. Since in the young children specific clinical signs and symptoms of UTI are uncommon, the presence of other potential signs and symptoms are not reliable in excluding UTI. This study revealed that enterobacteriaceae were the predominant bacterial pathogen of hospitalized children with UTI. It also represents high level resistant of E.coli isolates to ampicillin and cotrimoxazole. Thus, continued local surveillance studies are urged to monitor emerging antimicrobial resistance and to guide interventions to minimize its occurrence. This study is useful to improve the empiric treatment.

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بازدید 20626

دانلود 12109 استناد 0 مرجع 0
نویسندگان: 

MITTAL P.

نشریه: 

CLINICS IN PERINATOLOGY

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2005
  • دوره: 

    32
  • شماره: 

    3
  • صفحات: 

    749-764
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    315
  • بازدید: 

    5717
  • دانلود: 

    9195
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 5717

دانلود 9195 استناد 315 مرجع 0
نویسندگان: 

نشریه: 

LANCET

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2020
  • دوره: 

    395
  • شماره: 

    10237
  • صفحات: 

    1659-1668
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    623
  • بازدید: 

    2449
  • دانلود: 

    9195
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 2449

دانلود 9195 استناد 623 مرجع 0
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نویسندگان: 

نشریه: 

Pediatric nephrology

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2017
  • دوره: 

    32
  • شماره: 

    6
  • صفحات: 

    1077-1080
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    315
  • بازدید: 

    3477
  • دانلود: 

    9195
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 3477

دانلود 9195 استناد 315 مرجع 0
نویسندگان: 

STAMM W.E.

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2001
  • دوره: 

    345
  • شماره: 

    14
  • صفحات: 

    1055-1057
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    315
  • بازدید: 

    5415
  • دانلود: 

    9195
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 5415

دانلود 9195 استناد 315 مرجع 0
نویسندگان: 

نشریه: 

WORLD JOURNAL UROLOGY

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2020
  • دوره: 

    38
  • شماره: 

    11
  • صفحات: 

    2699-2707
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    3
  • بازدید: 

    0
  • دانلود: 

    171
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 0

دانلود 171 استناد 3 مرجع 0
نویسندگان: 

BOSKABADI H. | MAMOURI GH. | KIANI M.A.

اطلاعات دوره: 
  • سال: 

    2011
  • دوره: 

    5
  • شماره: 

    SUPLLEMENT 1
  • صفحات: 

    27-27
تعامل: 
  • استنادات: 

    0
  • بازدید: 

    12522
  • دانلود: 

    9450
کلیدواژه: 
چکیده: 

Introduction: urinary tract infections (UTI) are common and serious clinical problems in newborn infants. Previous studies have reported that jaundice may be one of the signs of a UTI in infants. The aim of this study was to evaluate the incidence, age presentation, and severity of jaundice, sign and complications of UTI in newborns with asymptomatic, unexplained indirect hyperbilirubinemia.Methods: This was a cross sectional study conducted between May 2004 and April 2009, at the Neonatal intensive care unit, Ghaem Hospital, Mashhad, Iran. A total of 1487 infants with jaundice were recruited of which 1061 patients were evaluated for UTI. Among them, 629 infants were excluded and remaining 74 patients with UTI and 358 infants with unknown etiology of jaundice without UTI. Demographic data including prenatal, intrapartum, postnatal events and risk factors were collected by questionnaire. Biochemical markers including serum fractionated bilirubin level, urinalysis, and routine laboratory tests were measured. Written informed consent from parents of infants was obtained. The protocol was approved by the Medical Ethics Committee of Mashhad University of Medical Sciences.Results: Age presentation, age admitted to hospital, age of improved jaundice, serum bilirubin level and hospital stay in case group were significantly higher than control groups (p<0.05). UTI was diagnosed in seventy four (6.97%) cases (escherichia coli (44.4%), klebsiella pneumoniae (22%)). Pyuria and or Bacteriuria were present in 58% of patients. Renal ultrasound showed urinary tract abnormalities in Twenty three (23%) patients. Six infants had unilateral grade 1 to 3 reflux in voiding cysto urethrogram (VCUG).Conclusion: UTI was found in 7% of asymptomatic, jaundiced infants. Therefore, we recommend that testing for a UTI be included as part of the evaluation in asymptomatic, jaundiced infants presenting after five day of life.These infants should be evaluated for urinary tract abnormality by renal ultrasound and VCUG.

آمار یکساله:  

بازدید 12522

دانلود 9450 استناد 0 مرجع 0
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