Isolation and diagnosis of bacteria causing urinary tract infection in pregnant and non pregnant females with diabetes mellitus type2

Faraj Hatto Joni

Abstract


Diabetic patients have more outcomes of urinary tract infection than non diabetes, mortality of urinary tract infection (UTI) is 5 times higher in patients with diabetes old age, the incidence of urinary tract infection in pregnant women is slightly higher than non pregnant women, urinary tract infection in pregnant women either as a symptomatic bacteriiuria or symptomatic infection, which is more complication during pregnancy this present study was done in March 2016 to July 2016, the patients were females, total samples of 80 patient of pregnant and non pregnant with diabetes mellitus, selected from medical and general surgical wards, the samples were sending to teaching laboratories from the same hospital, the present study show that the incidence of UTI at non pregnant diabetic women occur at age (9-11) years (45%), the most common causative agents of UTI in diabetic pregnant females is Esherichia coli 20(50%), the results of microscopical examination of urine of pregnant with diabetes mellitus of urine of pregnant with diabetes mellitus revealed that (43), pyuria and (28) had crystals, and the result of microscopical examination of urine of non pregnant females with diabetes mellitus revealed that the common causative agent is Esherichia coli 3(30%), (9) had pyuria and (4) had crystals.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23851/mjs.v29i4.465

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