Urinary antiseptics

Urinary antiseptics are antimicrobial agents. When these are given in orally tolerated doses, they attain antibacterial concentrations only in urine due to concentration in the renal tubules. These can be given for lower urinary tract infections, but are not suitable for upper urinary tract infections. eg: nitrofurantoin, methenamine.

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