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Comparison of cefprozil and cefaclor for treatment of acute urinary tract infections in women.

A total of 108 college women with acute urinary tract infections were treated for 10 days with either 500 mg of cefprozil (BMY-28100-03-800) once a day (n = 72) or 250 mg of cefaclor three times a day (n = 36). Clinical and bacterial cure rates at 1 week posttherapy were 94 and 93%, respectively, for the cefprozil group and 94 and 94%, respectively, for the cefaclor group (P, not significant). Both cefprozil and cefaclor were safe and effective.[1]

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