chronic urinary tract infection

chronic urinary tract infection

Chronic UTI, recurrent urinary tract infection Urology Repeated episodes–> 2 times in 6 months, or prolonged bacterial infection of bladder and urethra accompanied by repeated cystitis, or UTI that does not respond to the usual treatment or that lasts > 2 wks; in young ♀, recurrent UTIs may indicate obstructive urinary tract defects–eg, ureterovesical reflux, and should be evaluated. See Urinary tract infection.
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Detrimental change in renal function may be due to chronic urinary tract infection, ureteral obstruction or high neobladder pressures.
In November 2004, Pearson was admitted to Trinity Medical Center Hospital with a severe flare-up of chronic urinary tract infection (UTI), and alleged that this episode and its attendant medical expenses, .
The list of possible medical conditions included chronic urinary tract infections (chronic cystitis and recurrent kidney infections), colitis, uterine fibroids, STIs and pelvic inflammatory disease.
Being 25-34 at interview, having been younger than 18 at sexual debut, a history of STIs or pelvic inflammatory disease, self-reported uterine fibroids, colitis, chronic urinary tract infections and high BMI (25 kg/[m.
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The Essential Guide to Urinary Tract Problems in Women is a straightforward yet sympathetic discussion of women's urinary tract disorders, including chronic urinary tract infections, different types of incontinence, pelvic floor prolapse, and interstitial cystitis.
People with chronic urinary tract infections and stones will often need the stone removed if the doctor determines that the infection results from the stone's presence.
The first is NX-B4221 for the treatment of chronic urinary tract infections.
For example, just a few weeks ago we encountered a patient suffering from chronic urinary tract infections.
The VOCARE Bladder System is liberating for people who are afraid to leave home for fear of a bladder accident or tired of chronic urinary tract infections, living on antibiotics, catheters or leaking.
NXB-4221 is targeted to treat acute and chronic urinary tract infections where currently available treatments are often inadequate in the elderly and in children, particularly in persons with spinal disorders and with chronic bladder catheterization.

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