Ms. R. is a 29-year-old female patient who presents to the clinic… Ms. R. is a 29-year-old female patient who presents to the clinic for a follow-up on her urinary symptoms. Symptoms include burning and pain during urination, urgency, and frequency. Increasing fluid intake and taking cranberry supplements did not help improve symptoms. Urinalysis was positive for leukocyte esterase and nitrite. Urine culture shows more than 105CFU/mL of a single organism. She is sexually active and denies any past medical history.In the discussion forum:1.       Discuss the common pathogens that can cause uncomplicated community-acquired urinary tract infections (UTIs) in women.2.       What are the indications for the use of antimicrobial therapy in the treatment of UTIs?3.       Discuss the first-line antimicrobial drugs for UTIs. Also, describe the mechanism of action and the main adverse effects of the drug.4.       If the patient is suspected of pregnancy, what would be the treatment of choice for antimicrobial therapy of UTIs?5.       If the patient is allergic to sulfa agents, what medicines would you recommend to treat UTIs?Health ScienceScienceNursing NURS N521

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