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MANAGEMENT OF URINARY TRACT INFECTION

Angoth Rajitha, Bollikonda Saritha, *Farheen Khanam and Gangavath Sangeetha

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Background: Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a common bacterial infection known to affect the different parts of the urinary tract and the occurrence is found in both males and females. Despite the fact, that both the genders are susceptible to the infection, women are mostly vulnerable due to their anatomy and reproductive physiology. It is a frequent reason for antimicrobial administration, but antimicrobial use for treating UTIs is often inappropriate. Achieving optimal management of UTI in this population is problematic because of the very high prevalence of bacteriuria, evidence that the treatment of asymptomatic bacteriuria is not beneficial, and the clinical and microbiological imprecision in diagnosing symptomatic UTI. Consensus guidelines have been published to assist clinicians with diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract infection; however a single evidence based approach to diagnosis of urinary tract infection does not exist. The objective was to improve patient care and health with the help of pharmacist interventions .main areas of focus were management of uti's, reduction of rate of occurrence and monitoring of HTN, DM and other comorbidities, also focusing of adverse drug reactions, drug interactions and other factors, there by improving the patients quality of life (QOL). As part of a multi disclipinary patient care strategy, clinical pharmacy services have led to improvements in patient care. Methods: In a prospective observational study, we collected case reports forms of 100 UTI patients, including male and female with co morbidities like hypertension, anaemia, diabetes, fever. We recorded Hb,serum creatinine, blood urea nitrogen and medications prescribed. Results:… Conclusions:…

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