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Various antimicrobial drugs were used in the trials, e. Assintomatics assess the effects of different durations of treatment for asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnancy. According to the results of the studies included in this revision, authors have concluded that there is no clinical benefit in treating asymptomatic bacteriuria in adults.
Eleven trials bacterijria been conducted in high-resource settings and two in low-resource ones. Further high-quality studies with commonly used antimicrobial agents for asymptomatic bacteriuria are needed to obtain better evidence. The incidence of symptomatic urinary tract infection, complications or death was similar between groups.
All were comparisons of single-dose treatment with four- to seven-day treatments. Antibiotic use was significantly associated with bacteriological cure and an increase in minor adverse events.
The objective of this Cochrane systematic review was to assess the effectiveness and safety of antibiotic treatment for asymptomatic bacteriuria in adults.
Duration of treatment for asymptomatic bacteriuria during pregnancy. A Cochrane systematic review has shown aasintomatica drug treatment of asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnant women substantially decreases the risk of pyelonephritis and reduces the risk of preterm delivery. Women with asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnancy should be treated by the standard regimen of antibiotics until more data become available testing seven-day compared with three- or five-day regimens.
There was no statistically significant difference in the recurrence of asymptomatic bacteriuria rate between treatment and control groups. Nine studies participants were included in this review. Findings of the review: A systematic review of the literature up to 24 February was performed using the Cochrane Renal Group’s Specialised Register.
The trials were generally assintommatica limited quality.
Randomized and quasi-randomized trials comparing antimicrobial therapeutic regimens that differed in duration particularly comparing single dose with longer duration regimens in pregnant women diagnosed with asymptomatic bacteriuria.
The outcomes of interest were the development of symptomatic urinary tract infection, complications, death, adverse events, development of antibiotic resistance, bacteriological cure, and decline in kidney function.
No decline in kidney function was observed with any one of the treatments. Skip to main content. Thirteen trials women comparing single-dose treatment with four- and assintomtica treatments were included in the review. Single-dose treatment was associated with fewer side-effects.
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Ten trials had compared the same antimicrobial agent administered in regimens of different durations, and the others had compared different medications. However, this difference was not statistically singnificant and showed high heterogeneity.
The rate of recurrence of asymptomatic bacteriuria was similar between different regimens used. Cochrane Database of Systematic ReviewsIssue When comparing the trials that used the same antibiotic in both treatment and control groups with the trials that used different antibiotics in both groups, the ‘no cure rate’ risk ratio was similar.
The benefit of antibiotic treatment for this condition is controversial. An updated version of this systematic review has been published and can be found online at www. Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte. The objective of this review was to assess the advantages and disadvantages of treatments of different durations for asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnancy.
You may also want to read Artigo RHL. Slight differences were detected for preterm births and pyelonephritis although, apart from one trial, the sample size of the trials was inadequate. Single-dose regimen of antibiotics may be less effective than the seven-day regimen.
Single-dose treatment was associated with a decrease in reports of ‘any side-effects’. The ‘no cure rate’ for asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnant women was slightly higher for the single-dose than for the short-course treatment; however, these results were not statistically significant and showed heterogeneity.