Abstract Title:

Effectiveness of D-mannose,andtherapy in prevention of infectious events following urodynamic study.

Abstract Source:

Urologia. 2019 Aug ;86(3):122-125. Epub 2018 Sep 12. PMID: 30208764

Abstract Author(s):

Riccardo Milandri, Matteo Maltagliati, Tommaso Bocchialini, Chiara Del Prete, Giampaolo Bianchi, Bernardo M Rocco, Salvatore Micali

Article Affiliation:

Riccardo Milandri


INTRODUCTION AND AIM: The urodynamic study is an invasive examination that allows a thorough evaluation of the functional activity of the lower urinary tract (bladder, urethra). The execution of urodynamic study exposes the patient to the risk of contracting infections of the lower urinary tract. Prevention of urinary tract infections consists in the avoidance of risk factors and prophylaxis with antimicrobial and non-antimicrobial measures. In this article, we aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of a phytotherapeutic product composed of D-mannose,, andin the prevention of infectious events following invasive urodynamic examination.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: We selected 100 female consecutive patients (age 19-87 years) that underwent urodynamic invasive procedure. We prescribed 14-day therapy with D-mannose,, andto these 100 patients after urodynamic invasive test. After that, we have examined urine cultures and urinary symptoms through telephone interviews and hospital outpatient visits to evaluate the possible presence of urinary tract infections.

RESULTS: Urinary tract infections were observed through urine culture in 13% of the selected patients; of the 13 urinary tract infections, 9 were observed in patients with urinary tract recurrent infections in the last year and the other 4 cases were associated with patients with no urinary infection in the last year. Three women reported some urinary symptoms and underwent antibiotic therapy. The other 10 cases were classified as asymptomatic bacteriuria. Three cases were related to patients presenting with pelvic organ prolapse. Eight cases were instead related to significant post-voiding residue (>100). Six patients with urinary tract infection reported constipation in the last year. All patients completed the prescribed therapy due to the affordable price of the product and no side effects have been reported.

CONCLUSION: Our study about the administration of D-mannose,, andafter invasive urodynamic examination underlined how this phytotherapeutic product can reduce the risk of bacteriuria and urinary tract infection in women.

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