Urinary Tract Infection News and Research

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Urinary tract infections are a serious health problem affecting millions of people each year. Infections of the urinary tract are the second most common type of infection in the body. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) account for about 8.3 million doctor visits each year.* Women are especially prone to UTIs for reasons that are not yet well understood. One woman in five develops a UTI during her lifetime. UTIs in men are not as common as in women but can be very serious when they do occur.
Do probiotics really benefit healthy people?

Do probiotics really benefit healthy people?

Harnessing pharmacists' expertise to treat minor illnesses could save millions in health care costs

Harnessing pharmacists' expertise to treat minor illnesses could save millions in health care costs

Gut bacteria and urinary infections linked, offering new angles for treatment

Gut bacteria and urinary infections linked, offering new angles for treatment

Exhaled breath may be a promising avenue for antibiotic monitoring

Exhaled breath may be a promising avenue for antibiotic monitoring

Age and sex impact antimicrobial resistance levels, research shows

Age and sex impact antimicrobial resistance levels, research shows

SNFists enhance end-of-life care quality for nursing home residents

SNFists enhance end-of-life care quality for nursing home residents

AI technologies can accurately identify cases of healthcare-associated infections

AI technologies can accurately identify cases of healthcare-associated infections

Study reveals nerve changes linked to pain and urinary frequency in recurrent UTI sufferers

Study reveals nerve changes linked to pain and urinary frequency in recurrent UTI sufferers

Understanding giggle incontinence: Causes, symptoms, and management

Understanding giggle incontinence: Causes, symptoms, and management

AI chatbot could be a useful clinical decision support tools for physicians

AI chatbot could be a useful clinical decision support tools for physicians

Human tissue model reveals diversity of bacterial strategies for urinary tract infections

Human tissue model reveals diversity of bacterial strategies for urinary tract infections

BMI should not be used to determine eligibility for gender-affirming chest surgery

BMI should not be used to determine eligibility for gender-affirming chest surgery

Study highlights safety concerns of SGLT2i in patients with diabetes and cancer

Study highlights safety concerns of SGLT2i in patients with diabetes and cancer

SARS-CoV-2 infection may worsen lower urinary tract symptoms in men

SARS-CoV-2 infection may worsen lower urinary tract symptoms in men

New technology could pave the way to rapid infection testing

New technology could pave the way to rapid infection testing

How the COVID-19 pandemic altered antibiotic prescribing for common bacterial infections

How the COVID-19 pandemic altered antibiotic prescribing for common bacterial infections

Does COVID-19 increase the risk of bacterial infections in infants?

Does COVID-19 increase the risk of bacterial infections in infants?

Battle against superbugs: E. coli resistance in UTIs shows slight decline

Battle against superbugs: E. coli resistance in UTIs shows slight decline

Mouse study offers clues to developing an effective vaccine for Klebsiella bacteria

Mouse study offers clues to developing an effective vaccine for Klebsiella bacteria

Researchers call for urgent measures to prevent hospitals from becoming infected with CRAB bacteria

Researchers call for urgent measures to prevent hospitals from becoming infected with CRAB bacteria

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