Complimentary webinar for Health Professionals
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?
Cystitis is the most common type of urinary tract infection affecting over 50% of women. Cranberry, with 36mg PACs, has been clinically researched for recurrent cystitis in children and adults.