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Pus cell in urine, how to control ?

sir my father is being suffered with urine infection due to urine not properly pass out from balder .even we do cic after 3 hour but still there is pus cell in urine test report. so pls tell me ur suggession how to control pus cell...
Asked On : Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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Urologist 's  Response

You need to let me know what is uti. Pus in the urine is always expected with cic. is he symptomatic in anyway
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General Surgeon Dr. Akshata Powar's  Response
You have mentioned that your father has to do cic to empty his bladder. He has to scrub his hands clean with an antiseptic soap before cic, also the catheter has to be kept submerged in a closed container with antiseptic solution like betadine. Remember to change the catheter every week. Do consult your urologist if in doubt.
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