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A 50 year old diabetic male presents with frequent urinary discharge, slight burning micturation with low fever. Urine examination revealed numerous pus cells in microscopy, his condition was ignired initially and later brought to the hospital with complaints of high fever and altered consciousness that rapidly degenerated to cold clammy extremities and veey rapid pulse, despite all the efforts the patient could not be saved. Diagnosis?

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@Abubakkar Siddique Drugs commonly recommended for simple UTIs include: Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra, others) Fosfomycin (Monurol) Nitrofurantoin (Macrodantin, Macrobid) Cephalexin (Keflex) Ceftriaxone. A low dose of an antibiotic over a longer period to help prevent repeat infections A single dose of an antibiotic after sex, which is a common infection trigger Antibiotics for 1 or 2 days every time symptoms appear A non-antibiotic prophylaxis treatment

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Diabetic pt with urinary sepsis leading to AKI and renal failure to go into shock ended fatally

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? UNCONTROLLED DIABETES WITH.. SEPTICEMIA.. & UTI..AND.. ASSOCIATED COMPLICATIONS..

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Septicaemia also called sepsis due to UTI. Needs emergency care.

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UTI neglect leading to Aki resulting into septicaemia, irrevt

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Septicaemia and Complete renal failure following Ac.UTI.

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Uti with septecemia

Septicaemia?

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Septecemia

Diabetes - glycosuria - medium for bacteria to thrive - leads to UTI - complications - leads to death!

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