Complimentary webinar for Health Professionals
In this complimentary webinar, Dr Howell, discusses the prevalence of UTIs, the link with antimicrobial resistance, and the science of cranberry in UTI management.
Learn about the unusual constituents in cranberry and their ability to reduce bacterial adhesion in UTIs and find out why cranberry may be beneficial in the global issue of antimicrobial resistance.
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Dr. Amy Howell is an associate research scientist at the Marucci Center for Blueberry and Cranberry Research at Rutgers University. Since 1993, Dr. Howell has been engaged in research aimed at identifying the active compounds in cranberries for urinary tract infections and the prevention of antibiotic resistance, along with engagement in projects to identify ani-adhesion biomarkers and PAC validation methods. She is an internationally recognised speaker and has authored numerous research papers in high impact journals.
This educational infographic provides a statistical review of the prevalence of UTIs in Australia and their economic impact in relation to antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Cranberry can reduce reoccurring medically diagnosed cystitis without causing antimicrobial resistance. But how does it work in the urinary tract and does its activity extend to the digestive system?