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Abstract

Urinary tract infections are more common in the diabetic patients. Diabetic patients are severely affected with urinary tract infection. Treatment of UTI without proper diagnosis may lead to antimicrobial drug resistance. Treatment with antimicrobial agents should be started on the basis of culture reports. Only bacteriuria with symptoms of UTI should be treated with antibiotics to avoid the spread of drug resistant pathogens in the society. This practice can reduce the morbidity and mortality in diabetic patients suffering from urinary tract infection. The multidrug resistant pathogens are a challenge to society. Urinary tract infection may present as asymptomatic bacteriuria, acute uncomplicated urinary tract infection in women (acute cystitis or acute non obstructive pyelonephritis), complicated urinary tract infection in men or women with underlying abnormalities of the genitourinary tract and, in men, acute or chronic bacterial prostatitis. Infection is often recurrent, either as relapse when an organism persists within the genitourinary tract and recurs following treatment, or reinfection with new organisms introduced into the genitourinary tract.

Keywords

UTI, diabetes mellitus, pathogenesis, glycosuria, urethritis

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Aditi S. Sarda
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Mata Mahakali College of Pharmacy, Warora, Dist-Chandrapur, Maharashtra, (India)-442914.

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Pratiksha R. Gawande
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Mata Mahakali College of Pharmacy, Warora, Dist-Chandrapur, Maharashtra, (India)-442914.

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Nilima M. Bhoskar
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Mata Mahakali College of Pharmacy, Warora, Dist-Chandrapur, Maharashtra, (India)-442914.

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Pravin K. Bhoyar
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Mata Mahakali College of Pharmacy, Warora, Dist-Chandrapur, Maharashtra, (India)-442914.

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Somesh M. Bawane
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Mata Mahakali College of Pharmacy, Warora, Dist-Chandrapur, Maharashtra, (India)-442914.

Aditi S. Sarda , Pravin K. Bhoyar, Somesh M. Bawane, Pratiksha R. Gawande , Nilima M. Bhoskar, Study Of Diabetic Complication Of Urinary Tract Infection: A Review, Int. J. of Pharm. Sci., 2024, Vol 2, Issue 2, 638-646. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10691797

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