Evaluation Rasionality OfAntibioticsUsed In Patients Urinary Tract Infection In Inpatient RSUD Prof. Dr. W.Z. Johannes KupangWith The Gyssens Method.

  • Fotina Nefriani Riarti Universitas Citra Bangsa


Urinary tract Infection is a condition that shows the presence of micro-organism in the urinary tract that is characterized by the presence of the bacterial colonialization in the urinary tract.  The substantial objective of this study is know the description and rationality of antibiotic use in patients urinary tract infections in RSUD Prof. Dr. W. Z. Johanes Kupangin 2018.   This researh is an observational (Non-experiment) research with a retrospective. The data taken is the medical record date of patiens in RSUD Prof. Dr. W. Z. Johanes Kupang in 2018. The sample was purposive sampling and found 51 patients with urinary tract infections who fulfil the inclusion criteria. The analysis of antibiotic in this study is uses the gyssens method refers to Guidelines On Urological Infections From European Association Of Urologi 2015 and Infectious Disease Society Of America Adult UTI 2016.   The most antibiotic used result was ceftriaxone 41%, rationality treatment was 100% in precise indications, right dose of 84%, right drug was 100%, and right of patient was 100%. Gyssens evaluation category method showed that category IIIB was 14%, category II A was 16%, and category 0 was 70%. Keywords: Rationality,  Antibiotic, Gyssens Method, Urinary Tract of Infaction.


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