Infecciones urinarias en residencias de ancianosUrinary infections in nursing homes MölstadAsymptomatic bacteriuria in a population of elderly in municipal care C. Pigrau, M. RodríguezBacteriuria asintomática en el paciente geriátrico. La bacteriuria asintomática (BA) es un hallazgo frecuente, que no requiere tratar con antimicrobianos la bacteriuria en pacientes ancianos institucionalizados. inferior se englobarían la bacteriuria asintomática (BA), la cistitis aguda (CA) diabéticos, las mujeres gestantes y los pacientes ancianos y/o encamados
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Revista fundada enlo que la convierte en la revista decana de la especialidad en lengua castellana. Urinary tract infections are more common in the elderly and in nursing homes. Their forms of presentation may be confusing, leading to diagnostic doubt and over-treatment. Management of these infections and antibiotic prescription could be improved by increasing awareness of the problem, providing staff with training, and involving all personnel in prevention, patient care and treatment improvement.
Coordination with the reference microbiology service is required to determine resistance in each center and to establish diagnostic and treatment criteria.
The use of simple protocols would aid the rational use of available therapeutic resources and limit the development of antimicrobial resistance in nursing homes. Urinary infections in nursing homes. The use of simple protocols would aid the rational use of available therapeutic resources and limit the development of antimicrobial resistance in nursing homes.
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