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10 week baby, UTI developed to ecoli sepstesimia, klebsiella pneumonia. Can she get rid of bacteria?

hi my baby got ill at 10 weeks and after tests the doctors say she had a bad uti which developed to Ecoli sepstesimia. She was on a dose of antibiotics but after doing a urine test now she has Klebsiella Phnumonia. Please advise what is the best to do with this. She is only 3 months and going on such strong medication. Do baby girls ever get rid of the bacteria after a UTI?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Choose the antibiotics as per culture and sensitivity report. After episode over, investigate to find out cause of this UTI.. Ultrasound KUB, Micturiting cystourethrograpm (to rule of vesico ureteric reflux), DMSA scan to relu out renal scar.. If any structural abnormality detected , those abnormalities to be correcte , meanwhile, uroprophylaxis to be continued.
there is no wrong in going for strong medication until urine become sterile. If correct dosage as per body weight or surface area and correct route chosen, No problem with strong medication..
Answered: Sat, 1 Jun 2013
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