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Bangladesh sees high rates of drug resistance to urinary tract infection

06:03 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

Organisms causing urinary tract infections (UTI) are increasingly proving to be ineffective or showing resistance to drugs that are used to kill the germs. This phenomenon has been increasing worldwide, especially to commonly used antimicrobials (drugs) in children.

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