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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 12, Part A (2018)

Prevalence of urinary tract infection among pregnant women at IMS and SUM hospital, a tertiary care teaching hospital, Bhubaneswar

Author(s)
Debabrata Kumar Sabat, Pratibha Jena and Suren Kumar Das
Abstract
Urinary tract contaminations (UTI) are the most widely recognized bacterial diseases amid pregnancy and these contaminations. Untreated UTI can be related with genuine obstetric inconveniences. This cross-sectional investigation was completed to decide the commonness of UTI among symptomatic and asymptomatic pregnant ladies going to at bureau of Obstetrics and Gynecology, IMS and SUM doctor's facility, Bhubaneswar. An aggregate of 247 pregnant ladies were enlisted, of these 78 (31.5%) were symptomatic and 169 (68.4%) asymptomatic. UTI was analyzed utilizing mid stream pee (MSU) culture on standard culture media and urinalysis was finished utilizing fast plunge stick. The commonness of bacteriuria among symptomatic and asymptomatic pregnant ladies were 17.9% and 13.0% separately, with no noteworthy distinction between the two gatherings (P= 0.307). Utilizing univariate investigation there was no relationship of equality (P=0.825), gestational age (P=0.173), instruction (P=0.615), age (P=0.211) and conjugal status (P=0.949) with bacteriuria. The affectability and particularity of pee dipstick was 38.9% and 86.7% individually. Escherichia coli (47.2%) and Enterococcus spp (22.2%) were the most usually recuperated pathogens. The rate of obstruction of Escherichia coli to ampicillin, antibiotic medication, sulfamethaxazole/trimethoprim, gentamicin, ciprofloxacin, nitrofurantoin, ceftriaxone, and imipenem were 53%, 58.8%, 64.7%, 5.9%, 11.8%, 5.9%, 29.4% and 0%, individually. All in all, asymptomatic bacteriuria among pregnant ladies is pervasive in our setting and larger part of Escherichia coli are impervious to ampicillin, antibiotic medication, SXT and ceftriaxone. Because of low affectability of quick plunge stick, routine pee culture and defenselessness testing is prescribed to every pregnant lady at booking.
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How to cite this article:
Debabrata Kumar Sabat, Pratibha Jena, Suren Kumar Das. Prevalence of urinary tract infection among pregnant women at IMS and SUM hospital, a tertiary care teaching hospital, Bhubaneswar. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(12):52-56.
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