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What Is The Cause And Treatment Of E Coli Sepsis
If e.Coli is found in urine culture. Does this causes prostatitis or epididymitis or any other infections? What are the treatments for e.Coli?
E. coli: This bacteria can produce a wide variety of infections which are generally treated with antibiotics to which the particular strain of e. Coli is sensitive and which will reach the site of infection effectively. Sepsis is the body's reaction to infection and may require supportive care beyond the antibiotics.See 1 more doctor answer
See below: Streptomycin is an aminoglycoside antibiotic given IV or im and used to treat tuberculosis and enterococcus. Tetracycline is a bacteriostatic antibiotic still in common use today to treat many types of infections. E.Coli are bacteria that are a normal part of the bacterial flora of all mammals including man. Shiga toxin producing e. Coli from cattle cause bloody diarrhea and hus.
Sensitivity: The number will tell you if aztreonam, an intravenously administered antimicrobial, would work
Not STDs: Neither of those are STDs so they will not be passed to your partner. If the vaginal discharge and odor are severe from the bacterial vaginosis then you might choose to hold off simply based on your comfort level.
I had reoccurrent uti 5 years ago. It came back a month ago, pos for resistnt e.coli strain. Got the treatment. Now 2 weeks later - symptoms in the AM?
What is the treatment for e. Coli and klebsiella pneumoniae dx on a urine culture for elderly female?
90 year old woman has another UTI with e coli (4th since hospitalization 7 mo ago). Resistant or recurrent? Need treatment every time if no symptoms?
Your guidance would be much appreciated – is Moxypen suitable to for treatment of excessive bowel bacteria eg e.coli and others? If not what would you
No: Moxypen is a brand name for amoxicillin. It is normal to have E. coli and other bacteria in the colon. In this short question, you have not indicated any symptoms which make you feel like you may have excessive bacteria in the colon. I would not take any antibiotics for this unless you are seen by a physician who has recommended it. Sometimes antibiotics can make bowel problems worse. Good luck.
Call your doc: U need antibiotics and if u know u have e-coli, then a sensitivity should have been done by your doc so u know which med to use.
No: Antibiotics need prescription.Get a more detailed answer ›
What is the sptoms of UTI in one year old baby what is the treatment if culture shows e coli urine collected in a container and was send?
Nonspecific: Uti in that age range may present with any combination of: fever, foul urine, poor appetite, stomachache, vomiting, irritability, painful urination or diarrhea --> many things may point toward the uti, or it may just be fever and irritability. Bactrim or a cephalosporin may be a reasonable antibiotic choice, but this may be adjusted based on culture sensitivities or previous antibiotic exposure.
What kind of bacteria is causing my utis? 2/2008, I developed a UTI (my first). I am 35 y/o female. I put off treatment because I didn't have insurance. I had the typical UTI symptoms and left flank pain. When I got tested and treated, it was e-coli. Afte
Hello.: Hello. I am not sure exactly what you are asking with your question. You asked what kind of bacteria were causing your uti's but you have listed e coli, kleibsella and pl mirabilus from cultured speciments. Please clarify what information you are looking for.
Pls check dis out hvs test. Culture after 37'c yielded moderate growth e.Coli. Pls is this bad suggest a treatment.
May need Rx: Mod growth of e coli if connected to symptoms could be sign of infection.
My mother's urine culture shows e coli count as >100000. Buy she is not showing any symptoms. Should she go for antibiotic treatment?
Yes: She should 100k is pretty highGet a more detailed answer ›
I have infected renal cyst (aspirated) e coli also a perinephric abscess. I have been on rocephin (ceftriaxone) for 4 weeks. How long should treatment last?
Need more info: Ceftriaxone is good therapy if the e. Coli is sensitive in vitro, the abscess has been drained, and the precipitating cause removed. 4-6 weeks of treatment is appropriate, but before dcing therapy need WBC count, esr, CRP and results of imaging studies in follow-up. Consult with your urologist, infectious diseases doctor or both. Hope this is cured soon.
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