Interaction between Antibiotic Resistance, Resistance Genes and Treatment Response for Urinary Tract Infections in Primary Care

  02 July 2019

Given increasing antimicrobial resistance, the authors aimed to determine antibiotic susceptibility and presence of resistance genes in uropathogens in primary care, factors associated with resistance to commonly prescribed antibiotics, and effect of treatment on early symptom resolution.

Author(s): Hanley J. Ho, Mei Xuan Tan, Mark I. Chen, Thean Yen Tan, Seok Hwee Koo, Agnes Y.L. Koong, Lok Pui Ng, Pei Lin Hu, Kee Tung Tan, Peter K.S. Moey, Eileen Y.L. Koh, Chia Siong Wong, David C. Lye, Ngiap Chuan Tan
Healthy Patients  


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Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition


JSS University


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