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AUA does not recommend prophylaxis beyond 24 hours.
Patients with a recent urogenital chlamydia are at high risk for recurrence.
CDC data show use is common in first trimester despite risk for birth defects.
The risk of bladder pain syndrome/interstitial cystitis could be four-times higher in women with endometriosis.
The launch of the course comes at a time when concerns continue to mount about antimicrobial resistance.
Meta-analysis of 30 studies, more than 260,000 participants.
Antibiotics often used for asymptomatic bacteriuria in settings of new or worsening confusion.
Parents of paediatric patients may react more negatively to doctors who communicate uncertainty of diagnosis explicitly.
Integrated HIV testing promotes early treatment and linkage to care.
Patient-related outcomes from LATITUDE.
Subgroup analysis of the METEOR trial shows improved PFS, OS, and ORR.
Review involved 30 studies, with over 266K participants.
The European Junior Doctors has expressed solidarity with Lithuanian doctors
Testing may help guide treatment decisions.
In a letter in the Lancet, 3 UK professors warn the WHO that it risks being branded as a champion of age discrimination.