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2 (15.4%) 11 (84.6%) UA positive leukocyte esterase. 1 (7.7%) 12 (92.3%) Notes: SS = signs and symptoms, UA = urinalysis, UTI = urinary tract infection.
Treatment (n = 28) Nontreatment (n = 22) Leukocyte esterase 18% (5/28) 55% (11/20) Nitrites 7% (2/28) 40% (8/20) Bacteria 11% (3/27) 63% (12/19) White blood cells 4% (1/27) 47% (9/19) Culture with >50K CFU 7% (2/28) 64% (14/22) E.
Urinalysis was positive for nitrite, leukocyte esterase (500/[micro]L), 27 WBC per HPF, 23 RBC per HPF, and moderate bacteria.
In addition, we compared the detection of dipstick leukocyte esterase and nitrates to urine culture and UF-1000i results.
Kilmartin et al., "The alpha-defensin test for periprosthetic joint infection outperforms the leukocyte esterase test strip," Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, vol.
Nitrite and leukocyte esterase screening help identify the presence of an infection.
Test results that were negative (-) and trace (+/-) for leukocyte esterase (LE) were accepted as negative.
Urinalysis showed : w0 hite blood cells, 66-100 per high power field and leukocyte esterase 2+.
Blood tests revealed an elevated leukocyte count of 24.4 x [10.sup.9] cells/L (76% neutrophils, 2% bands), and urinalysis showed trace leukocyte esterase, +3 bacteria, and 5-10 leukocytes.
Anew highly sensitive point of care for spontaneous bacterial peritonitis using the leukocyte esterase method.
Loss of white blood cells in the urine (pyuria) contributes to the development of cloudy urine and the presence of leukocyte esterase on urinalysis (dipstick) testing.
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