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Study: Urinary catheterization high risk for UTI

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A review article in December 2012’s Journal of Hospital Infection found that highest population-attributable risk percentage for urinary tract infection (UTI) was associated with urinary catheterization, “with the calculation that 79.3% of UTI would be prevented if catheterization was not performed.” Read more.

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