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(Infectious disease AND Urinary tract infection)
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  • The impact of obesity on febrile urinary tract infection and renal scarring in children with vesicoureteral reflux. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pediatr Urol 2016 Oct 01
  • Byun HJ, Ha JY, … Kim CI
  • CONCLUSIONS: The relationships between obesity and UTI are controversial. Some studies have shown positive results; however, other studies have shown opposite results. The main limitations of this study were the retrospective data collection via electronic medical records, and the small number of subjects.This study showed that obesity in patients with VUR has an effect on fUTI and renal scar formation. If the patients with VUR have obesity, close follow-up should be performed, and VUR patients should be started on a weight-loss program, which could reduce the number of patients with chronic kidney disease in the future.
  • Contact Isolation Precautions in Trauma Patients: An Analysis of Infectious Complications. [Journal Article]
  • SISurg Infect (Larchmt) 2017 Jan 13
  • Hamill ME, Reed CR, … Collier BR
  • CONCLUSIONS: The development of pneumonia and UTI in patients with trauma was significantly associated with the use of CI. Because the majority of these patients had CI precautions in place for asymptomatic colonization, the CI provided them no direct benefit. Because the use of CI is associated with multiple negative outcomes, its use in the trauma population needs to be carefully re-evaluated.
  • Probiotics in Curing Allergic and Inflammatory Conditions - Research Progress and Futuristic Vision. [Journal Article]
  • RPRecent Pat Inflamm Allergy Drug Discov 2016 Dec 26
  • Dhama K, Latheef SK, … Joshi SK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Present review gives an insight towards potent utility of this branch of beneficial microbial therapy in allergy and inflammations, which is still in the emerging phase and more scientific evidences need to be explored regarding exploration of the mechanisms of action, further experimental trials and validation of controlled clinical studies in humans along with designing novel strategies for monitoring the possible microbial changes in their composition and metabolism associated with their interaction upon host immune system.
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