The organisms that cause urinary tract infection and certain genito-urethral and sexual disorders in men and women have resistance patterns and are dynamic in terms of their virulence. The resilience of these organisms is challenging in the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections. This issue is very relevant to both primary and secondary health care, and many of these challenges are similar in developed and developing countries.
New scientific insight and innovative interventions may lead to some progress in prevention and treatment of these kind of conditions. Any improvement to sexual function and genitourinary discomfort can have significant positive effect on Quality of Life.
SPRIM is on track to conduct innovative studies centred on: