[THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN URINE RESIDUAL VOLUME AT ADMISSION AND THE OUTCOMES OF HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY MEN WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION].

@article{Atamna2018THEAB,
  title={[THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN URINE RESIDUAL VOLUME AT ADMISSION AND THE OUTCOMES OF HOSPITALIZED ELDERLY MEN WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION].},
  author={Alaa Atamna and Yonatan Edel and Shachaf Shiber and J. Bishara and Robert Klempfner},
  journal={Harefuah},
  year={2018},
  volume={157 12},
  pages={
          769-772
        }
}
BACKGROUND Early assessment of urine residual volume (URV) at admission is essential in elderly men with urinary tract infection (UTI). Large URV might predispose these patients to subsequent complications; nevertheless, only scarce data are available concerning the impact of URV on the outcomes of elderly men with UTI. OBJECTIVES To determine the impact of URV on the outcomes of elderly men hospitalized with UTI, including:  bacteremia rates, length of hospital stay, short and long-term… CONTINUE READING

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