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Pus cells in the urine. Taking antibiotics. Need advice

My mother has pus cells of 40-75 in urine routine test. Sh is bed ridden and depends on diapers which we change 5-7 times in a day. We clean with betadine lotion whenecer she urinates but this sproblem of Pus cells is not getting cured. This problem has increased day by day despite anti biotics and IV drip.(previously it was between 20-24 pus cells) She is 64 years of age. Please advice.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that your 64 years old mother who is bed ridden gets repeated episodes of UTi.
This is due to contamination of soaked drapers and cloth on the bed.
This is the problem with the f patients who are bed ridden
In a given situation if she is to remain bed ridden for a long time it will be better to put a supra-pubic catheter to drain her bladder so that her bed will not get soaked with urine and she will be free from UTI.
Discuss this with your family Physician or qualified Urologist.
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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