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Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a common clinical problem that often recurs, leading to the institution of preventive measures for recurrent UTI (rUTI).1 ,2 Antimicrobial prophylaxis is highly effective, but risks adverse effects and induction of resistance.1 ,2 These considerations and widespread increases in antimicrobial resistance have intensified interest in alternative means of preventing UTIs, such as cranberry products. However, few well-designed clinical trials were available for analysis in the last Cochrane review of cranberry for the prevention …
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