Despite evidence that concomitant nonrifamycin antibiotic use is unlikely to affect contraceptive effectiveness, Dr. Pelin Batur explains why she still discusses additional protection methods with her patients who wish to avoid pregnancy.
New research establishes the urinary tract microbiome as a pathogenic target for urinary stone disease, describes the role of bacteria in protective and pathogenic contexts and lays a foundation for future clinical applications.
A geriatrician and a urologist share common myths about urinary tract infections in older adults and provide recommendations for diagnosis and prevention.
Antibiotics are the most common cause of perioperative anaphylaxis, warranting careful attention in the evaluation and management of affected patients.
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