What common test are needed for urinary tract infections depends on the specific condition of the patient. Urine routine examination is the most widely used clinical practice, the most simple and easy check method, although it is not diagnosed with urinary tract infection value, but with clinical symptoms, often as a clinician to diagnose the basis of urinary tract infection. Eddie count is one of the methods of urine sediment microscopy, can be used as a routine urine auxiliary examination. Urine bacterial culture is a diagnostic value of urinary tract infection, only urine bacteria can be positive for the diagnosis of urinary tract infection, or diagnosis can not be established. Urine bacterial culture and drug sensitivity test for the treatment of antibiotics has an important reference value.
Patients with other complicated diseases or suspected urinary tract infection can do kidney, bladder B ultrasound, X-ray examination or even CT examination to exclude kidney tuberculosis, urinary tract stones, hydronephrosis, renal cysts, kidney tumors, urinary tract Deformity and so on.
For those who can not determine whether the upper urinary tract infection, or lower urinary tract infection in patients with urine sediment in the detection of antibody-encapsulated cells, urinary lysozyme, β2 microglobulin has a certain clinical significance. Urinary tract infection recurrent, lingering unhealed should be regularly checked renal function.
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