Hangzhou Winteam Scientific Instruments Co., Ltd.
THE MISSION OF WINTEAM IS PROVIDE BETTER STERILITY TEST PRODUCTION
Why do you have a urine sterility check?
Microorganisms are an indelible part of all body systems and nature. But it is clear that many people still think that urine is sterile (if they do not have a urinary tract infection).
For a while, the bacteria in the body were always considered negative - the source of infection - in contrast to the amazing diversity that exists in each of us.
It is assumed that there is absolutely no single bacteria in the urinary tract under normal conditions, considering the abundance of microorganisms in all body systems.
In fact, scientists have shown that the large number of "friendly" bacteria found in the external genital tract can help prevent or treat urinary tract infections, so these friendly bacteria are likely to survive in large numbers.
In fact, recent research has shown that bacteria are always present in the urine, although the quantity and quality of healthy and abnormal urine and bacteria are different. In other words, the more pathogens in the urine, the greater the likelihood of a urinary tract infection (UTI).
Urine biopsy (bacterial culture) is a test for determining the amount and type of bacteria in urine. By this analysis, pathogenic microorganisms that cause urinary tract infection (UTI) can be isolated and identified.
Bacteria that normally cause UTI can enter the urinary tract through the urethra. On the bladder mucosa, these bacteria immediately multiply and cause infection.
Purpose of urine analysis
This test is used to identify microorganisms of the urinary tract pathogen. After the microbial type is isolated, the microbiological sensitivity of the antibiotic is determined.
The study was carried out after bacterial urine culture, and the isolated microorganisms were placed together with various types of antibiotics in a special medium.
This procedure is called a test for antibiotic sensitivity. Based on the test results, effective antibiotics will be selected and the isolated infectious agents will be sensitive to them.
Who needs to test
Women are more likely to infect the urinary tract than men. This is because women's urethra is getting shorter and shorter, and it is getting closer to the anus.
Therefore, microorganisms from the intestines, which are kept close to the external reproductive organs, can enter the urinary tract.
They enter the urethra and enter the bladder, ureters and kidneys where they can cause infection.
In children, this study is necessary to ensure that the kidneys and other organs work properly. Also, if you suspect that your child may be infected in the kidneys, bladder or other parts of the urinary tract.
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