The Connection Between UTI and Dementia

Study results show that people who got an infection had twice the rate of memory loss as people without infections.

UTI and Dementia


Infections in dementia patients, including UTIs, can lead to hallucinations, agitation, aggression, and memory loss.

Worse yet, urinary tract infections are common in dementia patients, frequently go undetecting, and often lead to visits to the emergency room.

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