55 patients with acute pyelonephritis were studied. Of these, 28 patients underwent standard conservative therapy and for 27 patients the standard therapy was paired with sorption therapy using polymethylsiloxane polyhydrate (Enterosgel). As a result, an expressed detoxifying, bactericidal action by Enterosgel was recorded, with use in patients with pyelonephritis against a background of associated diabetes leading to a reduction in blood glucose levels. The use of Enterosgel during comprehensive treatment of acute pyelonephritis allowed a reduction in the severity of illness and number of complications, and to shorten the duration of treatment.
Keywords: acute pyelonephritis (acute bacterial purulent inflammation of the kidneys), enterosorption, Enterosgel, microcirculation.