Diabetes patients have higher UTI risk, study finds

07/9/2013 | Renal and Urology News

Type 2 diabetes patients were more likely than their counterparts without diabetes to suffer a urinary tract infection and repeat UTI, a study presented at the ADA 73rd Scientific Sessions indicated. Data on 89,790 matched pairs showed the prevalence of UTI was 9.4% in diabetes patients at one year, compared with 5.7% in those who did not have diabetes.

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