Drinking on antibiotics and steroids

Initiation of treatment depends on development of new symptoms (which may be subtle) in patients with chronic bacteriuria. Antibiotic selection should be based on community resistance patterns, and empiric initial treatment should be guided by likely organisms. The antibiotic regimen should be narrowed, when possible, to within 48 to 72 hours based on culture results. In general, patients who are hemodynamically stable and able to tolerate and absorb oral medications can be treated with oral agents such as fluoroquinolones. If parenteral therapy is needed, multiple agents (., aminoglycosides, fluoroquinolones, ceftazidime [Fortaz], carbapenems, and piperacillin/tazobactam [Zosyn]) have been reported to achieve high rates of clinical cure. Duration of therapy should be determined on an individual basis but is typically 10 to 14 days. Selected guidelines for the management of recurrent complicated UTIs are listed in Table 5 . 6

Drinking on antibiotics and steroids

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