FOI 4347 Urinary Infections in Children

 

1. The number of children attending A and E with upper and lower urinary tract infections also referred to as bladder infection, kidney infection, pyelonephritis, cystitis.

 In children 18 and under for the time period January 2012 until December 2016

Please note this is a free text field and we have only searched by UTI, bladder, kidney, pyelo% and cystitis

2012 – 85

2013 – 89

2014 – 107

2015 – 79

2016 – 97

Total – 457

2. The number of children admitted into hospital with upper and lower urinary tract infections (bladder and kidney infections), pyelonephritis, cystitis

2012 – 0

2013 – 2

2014 – 4

2015 – 2

2016 – 0

Total – 8

 3. The number of children diagnosed with urinary sepsis.

2012 – 12

2013 – 7

2014 – 24

2015 – 18

2016 – 19

Total – 80

4. The number of deaths of children from sepsis as a result of a kidney or urinary tract infection or pyelonephritis or urinary sepsis

This information is not held centrally and would require further analysis of individual healthcare records to provide, therefore, therefore, the cost of compliance would exceed the appropriate limit under Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act.

 5. The number of children attending more than once for the above conditions 11

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