The Incidence (Extent) of Crystalluria, following Co-Trimoxazole or Trimethoprim Administration in Children with (4-10) years old age in Bint Al- Huda teaching hospital in Thi-Qa

  • Adnan M. Al-Rekabi
  • Jawad F. H. Al-Musawi
Keywords: Co-trimoxazole, Trimethoprim, crystalluria

Abstract

       This present study, reflect the incidence of crystalluria among children (4-10) years old, in which the extent of crystalluria were more in patients who were suffered from G.I.T. infections 65(56.52%), more than those patients who were suffered from R.T.I. and were treated by co-trimoxazole. Also this study showing as, that the  patients who were treated by only co-trimoxazole, were highly exposed to crystalluria 88(76.52%), more than those patients who were treated by both co-trimoxazole and I.V. fluid 27(23.43%). Also we found that crystalluria were developed more in female patients 74(64.34%), than male patients 41(35.62%).

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2021-03-24
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