Management of Lower Urinary Tract Infections

@article{Bailey1993ManagementOL,
  title={Management of Lower Urinary Tract Infections},
  author={Dr Ross R. Bailey},
  journal={Drugs},
  year={1993},
  volume={45},
  pages={139-144}
}
SummaryMost urinary tract infections (UTIs) present as bacterial cystitis in healthy women in the sexually active age group. The commonest pathogen is Escherichia coli and most of the remainder are due to Staphylococcus saprophyticus. Many women are prone to recurrent UTIs and these are invariably due to a reinfection with a different organism. After diagnosis, a curative course of treatment should be given, but the approach should be different if the infection is uncomplicated (normal urinary… CONTINUE READING

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