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Kidney infection and heavy duty antibiotics treatment - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   my wife had a kidney infection that produce puss in her kidney and became an infection they remove the puss today do you think this will make her better
User :   they siad she had sepsis
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   after the infected pus is drained out
User :   how long before ill know
Doctor :   an antibiotic course will bw given which will definitely make her better and get rid of infections
User :   ok
Doctor :   it'll take minimum of a week until its in full effect
User :   and what is a heavy duty antibiotic
User :   they said thats what they were going to give her
Doctor :   its an anti biotic with actioion against a wider range of bacteria and also for a longer duration
User :   ok
Doctor :   which is a must for round the clock protection
User :   why do they have her in intancive care
User :   she has an oxygen line going to her mounth
Doctor :   yes as you say that there was pus formation in the kidney
Doctor :   the load of bacteria is very high in her body

Doctor :   so usually with a heavy load like that a person can go into a state of shock
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