Purple urine bag syndrome

What is Purple urine bag syndrome?

Purple urine bag syndrome is seen in a catheterized patients who are already infected with urinary tract infections mostly by klebsialla or poteus .

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I have dark tea coloured urine, a UTI that we're not treating as the UA showed the bacteria as enterococcus and we want to reserve the vanco for...

doctor1 MD

Hello dear
Understand your concern.
Purple bag syndrome is a harmless conditions.
It is due to chronic characterization along with urinary tract...

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HI TOOK URINE TEST IT SAYS GREATER THAN 100,000 COL/ML ESCHERICHIA COLI. HAVING URETEROSCOPY SURGERY NEXT WEEK FOE 11MM STONE IN KIDNEY. A LITTLE...

doctor1 MD

Hi,

Thanks for your query.

E.coli (Escherichia coli) is the organism responsible for more than 80% of urinary tract infection.

The uropathogenic...

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