New hopeful vaccine to prevent bladder inflammation
North Carolina: Urinary tract infection (UTI) is common all over the world and this severe traumatic condition is a recurring attack but now for the first time a single vaccine can prevent this condition.
The vaccine can be given directly into the bladder. Once inside, it stops all the bacteria that cause UTIs. Especially in women, this disease is very painful and they are also more prone to it and it becomes a bite again and again.
A report on the vaccine, developed by Duke University experts, has been published in the National Academy of Sciences. The vaccine was developed by Soman Ibrahim, a professor of pathology at the university’s School of Medicine. Although many vaccines have been developed to prevent UTIs, these vaccines are far more effective.
According to Dr. Soman, extremely painful UTIs are common in many countries, including the United States. Their vaccine goes into the bladder and kills all the babies that cause irritation and discomfort in the urinary tract. Such a vaccine can also prevent multiple attacks of the disease.
Experiments on mice have shown that the new vaccine teaches the bladder to constantly fight these bacteria. That is why the vaccine is delivered directly to the bladder. In this way, the bladder clears the E. coli bacteria that cause UTIs and prevents them from re-accumulating.
The Duke University team insists that all components of the vaccine are harmless to humans and have shown excellent results in mice. However, testing of this new vaccine on humans will begin soon.