A clinical study published in Archives of Internal Medicine compared the effectiveness of Urex and antibiotics, respectively, in preventing recurrent urinary tract infections (UTI) in 252 postmenopausal women.
What does RUTI stand for?
RUTI stands for Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In the next example, probiotics help a patient with recurrent urinary tract infections.
in 2017 has further demonstrated the efficacy of a daily dose of 500 mg PAC-standardized whole cranberry powder (PACran) in the prevention of recurrent urinary tract infections in women.
CASE SUMMARY An 82-year-old man presented for evaluation and management of chronic dysuria and recurrent urinary tract infections.
Byline: Dee Atkinson RECURRENT urinary tract infections usually mean that the problem has never been cleared up in the first place or that the tissue is being repeatedly damaged and not really recovering.
QI'VE been prescribed long-term antibiotics by my GP for recurrent urinary tract infection.
With disease progression, recurrent urinary tract infections and urinary retention sometimes occur.