Quinolone-resistant E coli strain a major threat

Overmyer, Mac
August 2005
Urology Times;8/15/2005, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p16
Reports on a study documenting the resistant strain of urinary tract infection (UTI)-associated Escherichia coli, presented at the 2005 meeting of the American Urological Association in San Antonio, Texas. Risks for ciprofloxacin-resistant E. coli; Evidence of biomarkers for chronic pelvic pain syndrome, or type III nonbacterial prostatitis; Elevation of prostate-specific antigen levels in nearly 80 percent of patients with acute prostatitis.


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