Baylor Scott and White in Temple, Texas, is a healthcare provider with an eye on innovation and improvement to patient health and experience.
When scientific researcher Rachel High expressed an interest in comparing the quality of a Peezy Midstream urine sample to the transurethral catheter method often used in Urology Clinic, we agreed to provide the 60 kits required.
The results show that Peezy Midstream samples detected 7 out of 8 uropathogens, with no detectable difference in microscopic urinalysis and confirms that patients prefer this novel collection device to catheterisation.
Further research on contamination rates is recommended.
The full manuscript is published in the Official Journal of the Americas Urogynaecologic Society: Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.