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UTI in Children Hindi

मूत्र मार्ग में संक्रमणों के बारे में अभिभावकों को क्या जानने की जरूरत है, एक संक्षिप्त समीक्षा। (UTI in Children)

Ep. 113 Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) in Children

Today's Urology Care Podcast episode is about Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) in Children. Did you know young children have a greater risk of kidney damage linked to UTI than older children or adults? Learn more on today's podcast.

UTI in Children Punjabi

ਇੱਕ ਸµਖੇਪ ਸਮੀਖਿਆ ਜੋ ਦੱਸਦੀ ਹੈ ਕਿ ਮਾਪਿਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਯੂਰਿਨਰੀ ਟ੍ਰੈਕਟ ਇਨਫੈਕਸ਼ਨਜ਼ ਬਾਰੇ ਕੀ ਕੁੱਝ ਜਾਣਨ ਦੀ ਜ਼ਰੂਰਤ ਹੈ। (Urinary Tract Infections in Children Fact Sheet) Translation made possible by a generous gift from:Drs. Satinder and Harbhajan Ajrawat Sawhney Family Foundation

Urinary Tract Infections in Children

A UTI is when bacteria gets into your urine and travels up to your bladder. As many as 8 in 100 of girls and 2 in 100 of boys will get UTIs. Young children have a greater risk of kidney damage linked to UTI than older children or adults. How Does the Urinary Tract Work? The “urinary tract” is the organs in your body that make, store, and get rid of urine, one of the waste products of ...

UTIs in Children

A fact sheet outlining what parents need to know about urinary tract infections.

UTIs in Children

A concise review outlining what parents need to know about urinary tract infections.

Causes

Large numbers of bacteria live in the area around the vagina and rectum, and also on your skin. Bacteria may get into the urine from the urethra and travel into the bladder. They may even travel up to the kidney. But no matter how far they go, bacteria in the urinary tract can cause problems. Just as some people are more prone to colds, some people are more prone to UTIs. Women are more likely to ...

Diagnosis

If you think your child has a UTI, call your health care provider. The only way to diagnose a UTI is with a urine test. Your health care provider will collect a urine sample. The method your health care provider uses will depend on your child's age and maturity. If your toddler is not toilet-trained, your health care provider may simply attach a plastic bag to your child’s skin to collect th...

Causes

Normal urine is sterile and has no bacteria in it. But bacteria cover the skin and are found in large numbers in the rectal area and in stools. Bacteria may, at times, travel up the urethra into the bladder. When this happens, the bacteria multiply and, unless the body gets rid of the bacteria, may cause infection. There are 2 basic types of UTIs: bladder infection and kidney infection. When the i...

Treatment

UTIs are treated with antibiotics. If your health care provider thinks your child has a UTI, he or she will choose a drug that treats the bacteria most likely to be causing the problem. Sometimes a few days later, after your health care provider has the urine culture results, the antibiotic might be changed to one that works better against the type of bacteria that was found in your child's urine....

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