Urinary tract infection

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  • Urinary Tract Infection Report

    onset of pee and poop accident. Most of these cases can be related to the children who were potty trained before 3 years of age, or who trained themselves at their own will- as state the parents. “There is an alarming rate at which kids with Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) line up at my clinic”, says Dr. Robins. As a pediatrician herself, she can correlate the dysfunctional voiding with early age potty training quite easily (Anon,…

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  • Urinary Tract Infection Case Study

    it is important to have trusting relationship with the boy. The reason for this visit, according to mom, was that the boy complain about a urinary tract infection. Nothing to worry about, but she wanted him to see the doctor. During the conversation with Jacob after examining the symptoms Dr. Smith started to suspect that it wasn't a urinary tract infection, but rather seems to be sexually transmitted disease(STD). The boy at first was reluctant to admit the truth, but finally he told his…

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  • Urinary Tract Infection: Case Study

    of white and red blood cells. All lab work is indicative of ER physician diagnosis of urinary tract infection. (Mrs. Jones Patient Chart, 2015) Treatment was to increase the IV normal saline to help flush kidneys of the bacteria. IV antibiotics are ordered to treat the infection with admission into the hospital for continuation of care.(Mrs. Jones Patient Chart, 2015) Nursing care plan: Urinary Tract Infection related to bacteria found in the urine. Interventions: Administer IV antibiotics…

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  • Serratia Liquefaciens

    identified as Serratia liquefaciens and this information was received from the patient, Doris. This unknown is a part of the Serratia genus according to Brown’s Microbiological Application1, is a gram-negative rods that are usually found in the digestive tract. The data was gathered by isolating the organism and various tests were carried out, and observations from scientific literature were used to affirm that the organism is S. liquefaciens. Most of the tests carried out included cultural…

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  • Cranberry Essay

    The Cranberry: A Healthier, Cheaper Alternative to Antibiotics? Have you ever heard that cranberry juice helps prevent a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)? The Vaccinium oxycoccus, more commonly known as the small cranberry, is a plant that I have always been curious about researching and exploring in further detail. The fruit may remind people of holiday decorations, or of the Ocean Spray commercials in the beautiful cranberry bogs in Massachusetts. They remind me of their incredible powers in…

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  • Uti Case Study

    Objectives: ¥ Discuss the most common microorganisms that can cause urinary tract infections and understand the pathogenesis of urinary tract infections. ¥ Review the most common laboratory tests in diagnosing as well as the clinical signs and symptoms. ¥ Review treatment options, both non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic. Overview: Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are one of the most common illnesses seen in adult patients over the age of 65. [1] Therefore, managing and treating an elderly…

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  • Eurasian Otters Essay

    The salts aggregated into a colloid state as small molecule, and with added urate they increase in size. Ammonium ions are the most prone to become flakes and leave the colloid suspension causing buildup of aggregates that obstruct the urinary tract. The article found that dietary purine helps to increase the amount of uric acid being excreted. These types of uroliths are not common in most mammals with the exception of Dalmatian dogs, humans, apes, and Eurasian otters because they lack uricase…

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  • APRN Patient Relationship Model

    person as whole based on the individual’s physical, psychological, spiritual, and social entities. As future APRN with urology subspecialty I would like to dedicate a part of my practice to female population patients who suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections, help to prevent it with natural remedies in order to decrease antibiotic overuse and antibiotic resistance. Vision and Mission Human nature is an absolutely unique creation of this world that strives for happiness and acceptance.…

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  • Acute Prostatitis Case Studies

    Study and Plan of Care Infections like acute prostatitis in the male genitourinary system are rare while disorders like benign prostatic hyperplasia are more common with aging (Yoon et al., 2012). Mr. H.S. is a 60-year-old male with history of urinary issues for two years. Reports today symptoms have increased in severity. He reports today nocturia consisting of 4-5 episodes a night and interference of daily activities related to frequent urination with a decreased urinary stream and fever.…

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  • Chemical Reagent Dipsticks: A Case Study

    with diabetes. Strasinger and Di Lorenzo (2008) reported that the earlier the diabetes is detected, the better the prognosis is for the patient (p. 61). Therefore, urine tests for glucose has greatly helped individuals with diabetes get on the right tract to help control their diabetes before greater problems arise (Strasinger & Di Lorenzo, 2008, p. 61-62). A normal result for ketones in the urine is negative. Some causes for ketones in the urine are fasting, prolonged vomiting, and not enough…

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