A comparison of the performance of cystine lactose electrolyte deficient (CLED) agar with Oxiod chromogenic urinary tract infection (CUTI) medium for the isolation and presumptive identification of organisms from urine
- Dipstick boosts GP diagnosis. // Pulse;5/5/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 18, p16
Reports on the effectiveness and accuracy of dipstick urine testing for suspected urinary tract infections in Great Britain. Assessment of clinical signs and symptoms; Diagnosis of symptoms of painful voiding, urgency and urinary frequency; Implications for medical care.
- Urinary tract emergencies. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);1/10/1981, Vol. 282 Issue 6258, p111
Examines urinary tract emergencies in Great Britain. Causes of acute testicular pain; Treatment of urinary infections; Retention of urine.
- Urinary Tract Infection in Children. Alper, Brian S.; Curry, Sarah H. // American Family Physician;12/15/2005, Vol. 72 Issue 12, p2483
Up to 7 percent of girls and 2 percent of boys will have a symptomatic, culture-confirmed urinary tract infection by six years of age. Urinary tract infection may be suspected because of urinary symptoms in older children or because of fever, nonspecific symptoms, or failure to thrive in...
- Voiding Dysfunction in Pediatric Patients. Hellerstein, Stanley; Linebarger, Jennifer S. // Clinical Pediatrics;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p43
The goals of this study were to describe the pattern of voiding disorders in children in our community, to describe clinical criteria for making the specific diagnoses, and to comment on management. The medical records of 226 children referred because of voiding dysfunction or urinary tract...
- Urinary tract infection in children. McKerrow, W.; Davidson-Lamp, N.; Jones, P.F. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);8/4/1984, Vol. 289 Issue 6440, p299
Examines the treatment for urinary tract infection in children. Evaluation of urine cultures for the analysis; Cause of the disease; Prevention and management of the disease process. INSET: MATERIA NON MEDICA.
- ORIGINAL ARTICLE Accuracy of urinalysis in detection of urinary tract infection in a primary care setting. Othman, Sajaratulnisah; Yook Chin Chia, Sajaratulnisah; Chirk Jenn Ng, Sajaratulnisah // Asia Pacific Family Medicine;Dec2003, Vol. 2, p206
To determine the accuracy of urinalysis in the detection of urinary tract infection (UTI) in symptomatic patients at primary care level. A cross sectional study was undertaken on 100 patients with symptoms of UTI presenting at the Primary Care Clinic of University Malaya Medical Center, Kuala...
- Study of urinary tract infection in children in one health district. Pead, Linda; Maskell, Rosalind // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/10/94, Vol. 309 Issue 6955, p631
Investigates the study of urinary tract infection in children in the community of Portsmouth and South East Hampshire, England. Objectives of the study; Time span of the urine specimen survey; Age range of participating children; Methods used; Discussion of the results.
- Diseases of the Urinary system. Pryor, J.S. // British Medical Journal;7/30/1977, Vol. 2 Issue 6082, p307
Examines degrees of proteinuria disorder. Collection of morning urine for the detection of proteinuria; Treatment of the disease; Presence of proteinuria during urinary tract infection.
- Urine culture remains standard for urinary tract infection in neonates. // Urology Times;Dec2012, Vol. 40 Issue 13, p58
The article reports on the results of a study conducted by the researchers from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles which point out the importance of urine culture as standard diagnostic modality for urinary tract infections in neonates.