Bénédicte Corroyer

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INTRODUCTION Urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of the most frequent infections in geriatric patients. Nevertheless, the diagnosis remains difficult because of the high prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria (AB). We studied the diagnosis criteria used by physicians in geriatric patients 75 years of age or more. METHOD A multicenter study was carried(More)
UNLABELLED French diagnostic and therapeutic recommendations about UI were built-up in 2008. We studied clinician's practices and evaluated the adequacy to the recommendations in hospitalized patients aged over 75 years. METHOD Multicenter survey in acute care of geriatric, internal medicine and infectious disease wards. During one week, all positive(More)
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