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Too many antibiotics in urinary tract infections

pte20190813014 Medicine / Well-Being, Research / Technology Researchers at the University of Leeds demand a quick test to avoid resistance Laboratory: Better tests for urinary tract infection are needed (Photo: pixelio.de/Martin Gapa) Leeds (pte014 / 13.08.2019 / 10: 30) – According to a study from the University of Leeds http://leeds.ac.uk, doctors urgently need an accurate …

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Antibiotic resistance: Inoffensive or urinary tract infection? – spectrum of science

Since their urethra is much shorter than men's, women get sick about four times as likely to develop cystitis. A team led by microbiologist Evgeni Sokurenko of the University of Washington's Faculty of Medicine found that in women's gut, it was relatively common to resist antibiotics. Escherichia coliBacteria frolic. The researchers found exactly the same …

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Uncomplicated urinary tract infections are well treated with isothiocyanates

Eschborn – Physicians should only prescribe to a limited extent fluoroquinolones, which are part of the reserve antibiotics, if possible. This requirement of a "red letter" from the Federal Institute of Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) is based on quality of life reports affecting the long-lasting and possibly irreversible side effects of this class of …

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