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Urinalysis of 11 months old's shows trace of albumin, advised Zifi 5 ML. How to get rid of UTI ?

Hello Doctor, my 11 months old boy s urine routine report taken yesterday shows 1-2 epithilial cells and 3-4 Puss cells and trace of albumin , the results were same on 16th august when my kid was undergoing medication and now the local pediatrician has advised us to give him Zifi 5 ML once everyday. Is this something to worry? How long would it take to get rid of an UTI? Kindly suggest. Thanks, AAAAA
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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Hi Jovjagan,
Thanks for writing your query.

Pus cells and albumin in urine indicate infection and should be properly treated.
I would suggest that you should get a culture/senstivity of his urine done. This will help in knowing the causative organism and the appropiate antibiotic for the infection.

Usually it takes about 5-7 days for complete recovery from Urinary Tract Infection.
Treatment can be planned according to the the reports of the investigations.

I hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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