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How to Treat Urinary Tract Infection in Patients with Kidney Failure

2013-01-06 16:46

Urinary Tract Infection, Kidney FailureWhat is the relationship between urinary tract infection and Kidney Failure? And how to help treat urinary tract infection in patients with Kidney Failure? We hope the following information could bring new hopes for Kidney Failure patients and they could regain the confidence in treating the disease.

Firstly, we should make clear a conceptual issue. Along with bladder, the ureters and the urethra, the kidneys make up the urinary system. When any part of the urinary system is inflamed or irritated, we call it a urinary tract infection. Kidney infections are the worst type of urinary tract infections and generally require more treatment and recovery time than the others. Generally speaking, urinary tract infections are harmless. However, if the urinary tract infections are not be treated well, condition will develop pyelonephritis, an inflammation of the kidney. If the kidneys continue to be colonized by the bacteria of urinary tract infection, they will eventually lose the ability to function and develop Kidney Failure. Now we will see how to treat urinary tract infections.

The antibiotics are commonly used to treat urinary tract infections, and the type of antibiotic used depends on the type of bacteria found in the urine culture. Effective antibiotics often include trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, ciprofloxacin or levofloxacin. Patients with urinary tract infections should also drink lots of water to help wash out the bacteria from the urinary system. If the urinary tract infection is caused by persistent backflow of urine from the bladder to kidney, surgery may be needed.

However, the treatments for urinary tract infections in patients with Kidney Failure should also include the treatment for kidney damage. Many reasons can cause Kidney Failure, while urinary tract infection is just one of them. The reason why Kidney Failure patients have to choose either dialysis or a kidney transplant is because the kidney damage can not be repaired and the kidney function can not be enhanced. The experts recommend Kidney Failure patients to know more about Chinese Treatment for Kidney Failure, that is because Chinese medicines can achieve something the western medicines can not. We sincerely help deal with your any follow-up questions about urinary tract infections and Kidney Failure.

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