Pyelitis

Pyelitis
Pyelitis

each kidney has a renal pelvis connected to the ureter which connects to the bladder where urine is stored. When inflammation occurs in the renal pelvis it is called pyelitis. term pyelitis generally refers to inflammation of both the bladder and ureter. it can occur suddenly or may develop gradually.
when pyelitis progresses into pyelonephritis can affected patients suffer chills back pain fever vomiting pain during urination and nausea. In rare cases pyelonehphritis spread into the bloodstream and cause sepsis a state where bacteria in the blood. sepsis is often life-threatening and must be managed promptly.
Diagnosis is often made through physical examination assessment of the patient’s medical history and use of laboratory tests. treatment often depends on the cause of kidney infection. if a kidney stone is found it is often addressed with medications and sometimes surgery. when infection is the main cause is antibiotics usually given to stop the infection. These patients are often advised to drink plenty of fluids and have enough bed rest.
pyelitis can be prevented by prompt treatment of urinary tract infections. Good personal hygiene and healthy lifestyle can also help to prevent disease occurring. by drinking enough water every day kidney stones and other kidney problems can be avoided as well.