Early Use of Antibiotics in Elderly UTI Patients Reduces Risk of Sepsis
Antibiotics used early in elderly patients with urinary tract infection (UTI) reduce the risk of sepsis and death. Since delaying antibiotics can be fatal, they should be prescribed immediately to save the lives of many elderly patients.
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