Asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnancy: maternal and fetal complications.

Abstract

From an analysis of the data reported in the literature it is clear that pregnancy is a predisposing factor for urinary tract infection and that pregnant women with this pathology are exposed to dangerous risks which may influence maternal wellbeing and fetal prognosis. Authors do not concur on the specific risks to the mother and fetus, one reason being… (More)

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@article{Grio1994AsymptomaticBI, title={Asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnancy: maternal and fetal complications.}, author={Ruggero Grio and Mauro Porpiglia and Eva Vetr{\'o} and R Uligini and R Piacentino and D Min{\`i} and Gian Luigi Marchino}, journal={Panminerva medica}, year={1994}, volume={36 4}, pages={198-200} }