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Glass-Coated Catheters Could Wipe Out Infection and Save the NHS Millions

A new technique which has been developed to eradicate life-threatening urinary tract infections (UTIs) in hospital patients who need to use catheters could save the NHS almost £100 million per year, according to researchers.

UK Based research

The UK-based researchers noted that UTIs caused by catheters are one of the most common healthcare associated infections (HCAIs), responsible for up to 35% of such cases in UK hospitals.

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