Other types of urine test could reveal the presence of a bacterial infection. The test strips for detecting the presence of white blood cells (leukocytes to test) and in part to the presence of nitrites, which are produced by certain bacteria. The nitrite test is unreliable because in 30% of cases did not reveal infection.
The observation and treatment should be carried out in collaboration with the physician.
Allow the patient to drink what he wants, so that the urethra can be intensely wet.
Cystitis in women usually has no complications when treated with antibiotics. There is a small risk of pylon purities, regardless of gender.
Tissue inflammation of the kidneys is rare and often results from the spread of cystitis, and more rarely as a result of infection by bacteria from the blood. Symptoms
The patient is extremely ill with chills and fever (39 º -40 º C). There are usually nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, back pain, pain in the pubic area and often have great difficulty in passing urine with pain and a feeling that they did not empty the bladder.
The pain is located on the side of the infected kidney.
The levels of disease awareness, respiration, pulse and blood pressure should be checked several times a day.