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Fosfomycin or Nitrofurantoin for Cystitis?

04:56 EDT 16 May 2018 | AHC Media

A single dose of fosfomycin was found to be less effective than five days of thrice-daily dosing of nitrofurantoin in the treatment of symptomatic lower urinary tract infection in women.

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