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with other urinary management techniques. Answering this question would require a controlled clinical trial. ABBREVIATIONS UTI Urinary tract infection IVDD Intervertebral disc disease a. Epi Info, version 3.3.2, 2005, CDC, Atlanta

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while sleeping. Prior to evaluation, the dog received several treatments with antimicrobials for a series of urinary tract infections. Diagnosis and treatment were based on results of urinalysis and microbial cultures of urine samples with antimicrobial

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-2013-14-02) from Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (MAFRA), Republic of Korea in 2013. The authors declare that there were no conflicts of interest. ABBREVIATIONS UTI Urinary tract infection VUR

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that could be administered orally. Discussion Urinary tract infections caused by bacteria that are resistant to multiple antimicrobials are a common problem in veterinary medicine. The mainstay for treatment of UTIs is orally administered

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compliance. 19 , 24 Other factors such as ureteral or renal pelvic dilatation, age at surgery, or preoperative urinary tract infections have been suggested as positive prognostic factors for surgical correction but not CLA of ectopic ureters. 1 , 25 Our

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UDPs could be submitted, but this would be less optimal. ABBREVIATIONS CFU Colony-forming unit CI Confidence interval QABC Quantitative aerobic bacterial culture UDP Urine dipstick paddle UTI Urinary tract infection a. API 20

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Urinary tract infection is a common disorder of dogs, with previous estimates suggesting that 14% of dogs will have a UTI at some time during their life. 1 The disease more commonly affects female dogs 2 and is a common reason for veterinarians

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catheters used in this study. ABBREVIATIONS CAB Catheter-associated bacteriuria CAUTI Catheter-associated urinary tract infection CI Confidence interval UTI Urinary tract infection Footnotes a. McDonell J, Lefebvre S, Morley P, et

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Urinary tract infections are associated with a temporary or permanent breach in host defense mechanisms that allows virulent microbes to adhere, multiply, and persist within the urinary tract. Infections can be confined to a single site within the

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Urinary tract infections in veterinary patients may already be established at the time of admission to a hospital or may be nosocomial in origin. Communityacquired UTIs are infections that originate outside the hospital and are diagnosed on the

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