Infección urinaria en pediatría

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Margarita Ardila
Marcela Rojas
Gina Santisteban
Andrea Gamero
Angélica Torres

Resumen

La infección de las vías urinarias es una patología frecuente en la edad infantil, por lo que el médico general, el pediatra y los involucrados en el diagnóstico y manejo del niño afectado están en la obligación de conocer las actualizaciones sobre el mecanismo fisiopatológico, métodos diagnósticos y tratamientos actuales. Se hace énfasis en la prevención, el uso racional de antibioticoterapia y los nuevos enfoques terapéuticos que se pueden ofrecer. Abreviaturas: ITU, infección del tracto urinario; RVU, reflujo vesicoureteral.

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