Nephrology Information Center

Symptomatic treatment inferior to antibiotics in women with UTIs

Symptomatic treatment inferior to antibiotics in women with UTIs

Treating lower UTIs with diclofenac may help in optimizing antibiotic treatments.

FDA approves Vabomere for UTI treatment

FDA approves Vabomere for UTI treatment

This approval provides an additional treatment option for patients with complicated urinary tract infection.

Infection risk increases with reduced kidney function

Infection risk increases with reduced kidney function

Researchers observed excess community-acquired infections incidence in individuals with mild to severe chronic kidney disease.

Botulinum toxin may be safe and effective for overactive bladder

Botulinum toxin may be safe and effective for overactive bladder

Intradetrusor injection of onabotulinumtoxin A impairs afferent and efferent nerves, but an injection-free drug delivery approach only impairs the bladder afferent nerves.

Recurrent kidney stone formers may not benefit from 24-hour urine collection

Recurrent kidney stone formers may not benefit from 24-hour urine collection

It is unclear whether all recurrent kidney stone formers benefit from 24-hour urine collection.

FDA approves first drug for frequent urination at night

FDA approves first drug for frequent urination at night

Noctiva is designed to increase absorption of water through the kidneys, decreasing urine production.

Recommendations released for management of small renal masses

Recommendations released for management of small renal masses

Researchers used data from 83 studies to develop guideline for management of patients with small renal masses.

American Urological Association issues guideline for male urethral stricture

American Urological Association issues guideline for male urethral stricture

The guidelines provide a clinical framework for the diagnosis and treatment of male urethral stricture.

Low vitamin D levels increase risk for bladder cancer

Low vitamin D levels increase risk for bladder cancer

Low levels of vitamin D in the blood may prevent the cells within the bladder from stimulating an adequate response to abnormal cells.

New guideline for managing kidney stones is released

New guideline for managing kidney stones is released

Guideline from the American Urological Association has been revised to incorporate the management of patients with staghorn renal stones.

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