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Can NSAIDs reduce the need for antibiotics in UTI in women? Practitioner 2016;260 (1789):9-10

Can NSAIDs reduce the need for antibiotics in UTI in women?

25 Jan 2016Pais-up subscribers

Although initial treatment of urinary tract infection (UTI) with ibuprofen reduced the use of antibiotics, women had a greater symptom burden and a higher risk of pyelonephritis than those treated with antibiotics from the outset, a primary care study from Germany has found.

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