Urine, bladder and kidney problems

Urinary and renal disorders

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The urine, bladder and kidney problems category is also known as urinary and renal disorders, uraemia, uremia, urination disorders and urologic diseases.

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19 Nov 2014 There are limited data for empirical use of antibiotics in aged-care facilities. See treatment algorithm based on expert opinion
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19 Nov 2014 Treatment of UTI in people with advanced dementia should be concurrent with the patients’ therapeutic goals (eg comfort vs life prolongation).
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19 Nov 2014 Residents of aged-care facilities may be at risk of antibiotic resistant organisms by inappropriate use of antibiotics or contact with multidrug-resistant E coli carriers
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19 Nov 2014 Prevent UTIs by maintaining overall urinary tract health. Ensure proper hydration, maintain good perianal hygiene and promote healthy voiding habits
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19 Nov 2014 Diagnosing UTI in aged-care residents requires assessment of new signs and symptoms of genitourinary tract disease and consideration of other possible diagnoses
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19 Nov 2014 Antibiotic resistance is a growing concern in aged-care facilities. Maintaining good urinary tract health and being aware of the most vulnerable patients helps
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18 Nov 2014 Antibiotic resistance is a growing concern in aged-care facilities. Maintaining good urinary tract health and being aware of the most vulnerable patients helps
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18 Nov 2014 Treating urinary tract infections (UTIs) with antibiotics creates antibiotic resistant bacteria; a major problem. Can anything be done to prevent this?
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10 Jul 2014 There are several different types of antibiotics that can be used, if they are needed, to treat urinary tract infections and the best antibiotic for you will depend on which bacteria are causing it. Find out more.
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10 Jul 2014 For most people, urinary tract infections aren’t serious. However, a UTI can have serious complications for some people, such as those with kidney damage, kidney failure, or sepsis (blood poisoning). Find out more

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