Ahmad Nikibakhsh

Urmia University Iran

Ahmad Ali Nikibakhsh is an associated professor in pediatric nephrology, head of The Department of Pediatrics as well as a member of education council and esearch council at Urmia University of Medical Sciences. He is also a member of urology-nephrology and transplantation research center and a member of Iranian society of nephrology. He has been involved in training medical students and pediatric residents in Urmia University of Medical Science, Mothahry and Imam Khomainy Hospital for more than 20 years . He has dedicated the period of his sabbatical leave to improving his clinical and research experiences in nephrology, dialysis and transplantation in Regina Margherita Children Hospital and Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation center in Turin, Italy. He has authored more than 25 papers in urology and nephrology journals and 50 Congress presentations in international congresses - most of them on complicated urinary tract infection in children.

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Complicated urinary tract infections (cUTIs) are a major cause of hospital admissions and are associated with significant morbidity and health care costs. Knowledge of baseline risk of urinary tract infection can help clinicians make informed diagnostic and therapeutic decisions. Prevalence rates of UTI vary by age, gender, race, and other predisposing risk factors. In this regard, this book provides comprehensive information on etiology, epidemiology, immunology, pathology, pathogenic mechanisms, symptomatology, investigation and management of urinary tract infection. Chapters cover common problems in urinary tract infection and put emphasis on the importance of making a correct clinical decision and choosing the appropriate therapeutic approach. Topics are organized to address all of the major complicated conditions frequently seen in urinary tract infection. The authors have paid particular attention to urological problems like the outcome of patients with vesicoureteric reflux, the factors affecting renal scarring, obstructive uropathy, voiding dysfunction and catheter associated problems. This book will be indispensable for all professionals involved in the medical care of patients with urinary tract infection.

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