It is a difficult job.
What chance is there for the doctor to achieve such quality if she/he gets
confused already at reading the laboratory results.
For instance this one:
In the bottom there is the name of a kind of bacteria (Escherichia coli)
with a high number (10*5, actually this should read 10to5). This would mean
that the urine is very infected. But: the urine sediment does not contain
real pus! In a urinary tract infection (UTI) pus is present in the urine.
That means a lot of white blood cells in the sediment, not just 2-3. (fvs
means white blood cell)
So the bacteria do not come from the urinary tract. They come from the skin
of the genital region. You can not expect the mother to obtain sterile urine
from a young girl.
And first of all you can not declare a UTI and give antibiotics. Even less
can you do this repeatedly.