International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part I (2016)
Characterization and the biofilm formation of uropathogens in the diabetic patients with catheter associated urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Background: There is confirmation that patients with diabetes have an extended peril of asymptomatic bacteriuria and urinary tract sicknesses (UTIs). UTI is the most notable bacterial defilement in diabetic patients. The purpose of this examination was to review the inescapability of UTIs among hospitalized diabetic patients and to perceive the most progressive microorganisms accountable for UTI.
Material and Method: The examination masses included 1470 diabetic patients (847 women and 623 men), admitted to the Diabetes Clinic of IMS and SUM Hospital, Bhubaneswar, among January and December 2015. We assembled patients' near and dear history data and performed pee social orders. For real examination we used Graph Pad Prism 5; the significance of the difference between the rate regards was reviewed using Fisher's right test.
Results: From irrefutably the quantity of patients, 158 had positive pee social orders, which implies 10.7%. Out of the hard and fast number of 158 UTIs, 124 (78.4%) were asymptomatic bacteriuria. The most standard microorganisms drew in with UTI was Escherichia coli (68.9%).
Conclusions: UTIs are visit in diabetic patients. Because of the unprecedented degree of asymptomatic structures among diabetic patients, the pee culture should be performed in all hospitalized patients with diabetes.
How to cite this article:
Srikant Kumar Dhar, Chandan Das, Surendranath Swain. Characterization and the biofilm formation of uropathogens in the diabetic patients with catheter associated urinary tract infections (UTIs). Int J Appl Res 2016;2(3):552-555.