Urinary tract infection
The management of urinary tract infections in older patients within an urgent care out-of-hours setting
UTI is defined as an infection of the urinary system, involving lower tract, upper tract or both (NICE, 2020a). The pathogens responsible for UTI include Escherichia coli (E. coli), which accounts for...
Maintenance of indwelling urinary catheters with a novel polyhexanide-based solution: user experience
These findings indicate that use of PS in everyday clinical practice provides a novel means of catheter maintenance, which has the potential to address CACS such as CAUTI and improve patients' QoL as...
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