The infections are usually characterized by frequent urge to urinate, painful and general malaise. The UTIs reoccurrence is most common in 40% of the UTI females. The infection occurs with the E.Coli but with a different strain. The key features of Uropathogenic E.Coli are Type I cystitis and Pili pyelonephritits. The use of catheters is the most common health associated infections.
Staphylococcus saprophytics: It is considered to be the second most frequent causative agent of acute UTI, particularly in Women. Patients with UTI caused by this agent usually experience symptomatic cystitis. It causes UTIs in sexually active women.
Proteus mirabilis: The virulence factor associated with this is proteases, haemolysins, and Biofilm formation. Biofilms are the group of microorganisms growing on the surfaces enclosed as “slime”. Apart from the UPEC’s, staphylococcus saprophytic, Candida, proteus mirabilis, klebseilla and mycoplasma and urethra plasma organisms are responsible. The diagnosis includes leukocyte esterase test, nitrates test, etc. The juxta position of urinary and genital tracks are more common. Prostatitis and Epididymitis are other related clinical outcomes. Antibiotics are used for the treatment.
1) Although urine contains various salts, and waste products, it usually does not have bacteria in it. However, when________ bacteria gets into the bladder or kidney, it will multiply cause Urinary Tract Infections.
3) Urogenital infections not caused by sexual transmission, namely yeast vaginitis, bacterial vaginosis, and urinary tract infection remain a major medical problem in terms of the number of women afflicted each year. Which of the following microbe is not responsible for the urogenital infections?
Sexually transmitted Diseases (STDs) are transmitted by anal and oral routes. The micro organisms are transmitted through the exchange of the body fluids from the infected to susceptible partners. WHO