Latest Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) News
Female kidney recipients have a nearly 7-fold higher risk of UTI than their male counterparts.
Identifying illness correctly is key to drugs' effectiveness, researcher says.
Greater effects were seen in women with UTI, according to researchers.
In a study, vitamin E added to antibiotics was better than antibiotics alone at lessening urinary tract symptoms in girls with pyelonephritis.
Children with horsehoe kidney might be examined for additional urologic and nonurologic abnormalities, researchers suggest.
They are more likely to have urinary tract infections and sepsis than urinary stone formers without inflammatory bowel disease.
Researchers devised a scoring system to predict this complication after minor thoracic surgery
Combo Zerbaxa is sanctioned for complicated intra-abdominal and urinary tract infections
Members of the clinical team should keep reevaluating the need for urinary catheter use in hospitalized patients
Younger age, preterm birth among clinical factors that predict a longer length of stay (LOS) for infants hospitalized with an urinary tract infection (UTI).
Quality-improvement initiative reduces catheter-associated urinary tract infection rates in children.
Lack of efficacy is the main reason for the switch.
Using cephalexin instead of trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole may decrease UTI incidence and cost of care.
Antimicrobial prophylaxis for children with VUR after a febrile UT) decreases risk.
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