Volume 16 (2021)
Volume 15 (2020)
Volume 14 (2019)
Volume 13 (2018)
Volume 12 (2017)
Volume 11 (2016)
Volume 10 (2015)
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Volume 8 (2013)
Volume 7 (2012)
Volume 6 (2011)
Volume 5 (2010)
Volume 4 (2009)
Volume 3 (2008)
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Volume 1 (2006)
1. Microbial Etiology and Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Bactria Implicated in Urinary Tract Infection in Tehran, Iran

Zohreh Nozarian; Alireza Abdollahi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , Winter 2015, , Pages 56-60


  Background and Objectives: Urinary tract infections (UTI) are one of the most common infectious diseases with different microbial agent and antimicrobial resistant pattern in hospitalized patients and outpatients. In order to assess the adequacy of therapy, knowledge of prevalence and resistance pattern ...  Read More

2. Urinary Tract Infections Caused By Group B Streptococcus in Adult Women: Survey of 11800 Urine Culture Results

Mohammad Rahbar; Massoud Hajia; Mona Mohammadzadeh

Volume 7, Issue 1 , Winter 2012, , Pages 32-37

  Background and Objective:  Early diagnosis of Streptococcus agalactiae remains difficult, since symptoms are very nonspecific. Its frequency has not been completely investigated in urinary tract pathogen of pregnant ant and non pregnant women in Iran. The aim of this study was determining the frequency ...  Read More

3. Asymptomatic Urinary Tract Infection in Pregnant Women

Ali Jazayeri Moghadas; Gholamreza Irajian

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Spring 2009, , Pages 105-108

    Background and Objectives: Urinary tract infection is one of the most common bacterial infections in the human population, and more frequent infection during pregnancy. With notice to this point that most of urinary tract infections during pregnancy are asymptomatic, they could lead to serious ...  Read More

4. Diagnosis Of Urinary Tract Infection Using Standard Urinalysis Or Hemocytometer Leukocyte Count

Maliheh Khoddami; Maryam Farzaneh; Manigeh Garooni Anaraki

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Spring 2006, , Pages 117-120

  Background and Objective: This study was undertaken to assess the ability of standard urinalysis (UA) and hemocytometer white blood cell (WBC) counts for the diagnosis of urinary tract infection (UTI) in patients with urinary symptoms. Materials and Methods: A total of 600 patients with symptoms of urinary ...  Read More