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Atypical Urinary Tract Infections: Common Challenges and Solutions

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lkelsey581@*.com

Jul 04 2022, 5:05 pm

What about the possibilty of a viral problem?

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Oct 16 2020, 7:14 am

Sound is terrible

Dr. Amr Madkour presents atypical cases of the urinary tract infections, diagnosis, treatment approach, and cases.

In this video we will learn about:

1.Genitourinary tract and its natural defenses.

2.Risk factors of contracting urinary tract infections.

3.Definitions of different genitourinary infections.

4.Pathogenesis and microbiology of UTIs.

5.Presenting Symptoms of UTIs.

6.Investigations and laboratory studies required.

7.Effective antibiotics,their mechanism of action and antibiotics resistance.

8.Different treatment options and approaches.

9.Recurrent UTIs

10.UTIs in elderly patients.

11.Case studies.

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  • Amr Madkour, MD

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Amr Madkour, MD Author declares no conflict of interest.

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Amr Madkour, MD

Amr Madkour, MD

Amr Madkour is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist at the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates. He completed his medical school training at Texas Tech University Health Science Center, and residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. While his practice in general OB/Gyn covers a wide range of clinical conditions, his interests include management of fetal malpresentation, refining collaborative practicce models, and abnormal uterine bleeding.

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