UTI


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AcronymDefinition
UTIUrinary Tract Infection
UTIUniversal Technical Institute
UTIUnidade de Terapia Intensiva (ICU in Portuguese)
UTIUnder the Influence
UTIUnit Trust of India (mutual fund)
UTIUnder the Impression (chat)
UTIUniform Type Identifier (Apple Computers)
UTIUniversal Text Interchange
UTIUnion Internationale des Télécommunications (French: International Telecommunication Union)
UTIUniversal Transport Interface (Cisco)
UTIUp the Irons (band)
UTIUnderground Technology, Inc.
UTIUnion Territory of India
UTIUnited Telecom Incorporated
UTIUser Test Instrumentation
UTIUnité de Transport International (French: International Transport Unit)
UTIUpper Tactical Internet (battlefield communications network used by echelons from corps down to brigade)
UTIUnder Trust Instrument
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The UriVarx UTI test strips are FDA-cleared tests for the detection of leukocytes and nitrites to add in the screening of UTI for self-testing.
Most common bacteria causing UTI include Escherichia Coli; transmitted from anus to the urethra.
Standard growth-based definitions of UTI and bacteriuria were used.
It's a matter of time before UTI MF is listed on an exchange," says Puri.
Both modifiable and non-modifiable factors (table 1 (10-21)) have been associated with increased risk of recurrent UTI in premenopausal women.
With more than 190,000 graduates in its 50-year history, UTI offers undergraduate degree and diploma programs at 12 campuses across the United States, as well as manufacturer-specific training programs at dedicated training centers.
Information on the microbiologic characteristics of the recurrent UTI episodes in relation to the microbiology of the initial episodes is limited.
Women are more prone to UTI because their urethra is shorter than men's.
Considering the pathogenesis of community-acquired UTI in young healthy women, the fact that those who engage in anal intercourse are also likely to have penile-vaginal intercourse simultaneously, it is very possible heterosexual receptive anal intercourse is a significant risk factor for UTI among young healthy sexually active women.
UTI remained the sole vehicle for investment in the Indian capital market for more than two decades, after which, the public sector banks were allowed to enter the foray.
UTI in the pediatric population is well recognized as a cause of acute morbidity and chronic medical conditions, such as hypertension, renal scarring and chronic renal failure.
The diagnosis of a UTI is established by a urinalysis showing evidence of infection (pyuria, bacteriuria, leukocyte-esterase positive, or positive nitrites) and at least 50,000 colony-forming units (CFUs) per mL of a single uropathogen.