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2008-2013

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a 7-day duration of antibiotic treatment of febrile urinary tract infection (FUTI) is non inferior to 14-day standard duration of treatment in unselected population presenting at primary care or emergency department. Detailed Description In the last decades hospitalization rates of patients with acute pyelonephritis (AP) or FUTI has decreased from almost 100% to 10-30%. The outpatient management of patients with FUTI has become popular as well as oral antimicrobial treatment regiments and shortening of treatment duration. However, as such approaches are only discovered in otherwise young health non-pregnant women, the best management of FUTI in the elderly, men and patients with co-morbidity remains elusive. Bases on personal perception of the attending physician antibiotic treatment, duration varies approximately between 7-14 days. Facing the aging of the general population, it is urgent to better define the optimal treatment for AP or FUTI in an unselected population and to identify those at risk for treatment failure or poor outcome to guide and optimize individual patient management and to prevent on the one hand unnecessary long treatment duration and hospital admission and on the other hand unsafe short duration or unsafe outpatient management. In this study the efficacy and safety of a 7-day antimicrobial regimen compared to a 14-day antimicrobial regimen will be evaluated in an unselected population presenting with FUTI at primary care or emergency department. In addition a clinical and/or biomarker based scoring system of disease severity will be derived to predict those at risk for treatment failure or poor outcome. More... »

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