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Got RBC in the urine and then got right kidney nephrectomy

my father last year he got RBC in the urine and then got right kidney nephrectomy. after 10 months he has seen the same RBC and then tested for the culture and then by systocopy they found some satilite leisons in the urionry bladder and then they have removed by using the laser turb. he has been medication of BCG for 6 weeks after the last dose the urinary freqvency has increased every 10 mins, then given for culture , they found that as ECOLI. the doctors gave amicacin for 5 days as I.V. B.D. even after the course there is no improvement, but now the creatine level is 1.8. for the BCG vaccination they have put a stunt for the kidney so as to travel to kidney. presently the stent is there for the kidney
Asked On : Thu, 18 Nov 2010
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your father is being treated very well and he should do fine. Stent will come out soon and this frequency shall settle down soon. He shall require to be on regular follow up later on
Answered: Fri, 10 Dec 2010
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