Causes 1 Ascending infection, bacteria enter the renal pelvis from the ureter and then invade the renal parenchyma. 70% of acute pyelonephritis is derived from this pathway. 2 bloody infection, bacteria from the blood into the renal tubules, from the renal tubules into the renal pelvis, accounting for about 30%, mostly staphylococcal infection. Urinary tract obstruction and urinary stagnation are the most common causes of acute pyelonephritis, and simple pyelonephritis is rare.
Clinical manifestations: manifested as paroxysmal chills, fever, low back pain, usually accompanied by abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, dysuria, frequent urination and nocturia.
Usage: Oral, 4 tablets at a time, 4 times a day. Two weeks is a course of treatment. You can take three courses, or follow your doctor's advice.
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