Cuur Diagnostics

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Panel


CUUR Diagnostics is dedicated to maintaining the largest data set of infectious disease targets available in the world.

A urinary tract infection (UTI) can impact any part of the urinary system, including the kidneys, ureters, bladder, or urethra and can range from being annoying or painful to becoming a serious problem. The vast majority of UTIs are caused by enteric (gut) microbes, a group of bacteria that are prone to multiple drug resistance which has led to complications for clinical diagnosis and treatment.

CUUR Diagnostics quickly identifies pathogens with extreme specificity and accuracy over conventional cultures. Our solution drives clinical decision-making while reducing false positives and unnecessary drug exposure which could lead to adverse events. By detecting the most significant pathogens and identifying potential bacterial antibiotic resistance, an effective, and supportive antibiotic treatment can begin as early as possible.

UTI panel

UTI Gram Positive Bacteria 
BacteriaE. faecalis
BacteriaE. faecium
BacteriaS. saprophyticus
BacteriaS. agalactiae

UTI Gram Negative Bacteria 
BacteriaA. baumannii
BacteriaC. freundii
BacteriaE. cloacae
BacteriaE. coli
BacteriaK. oxytoca
BacteriaK. pneumoniae
BacteriaM. morganii
BacteriaP. mirabilis
BacteriaP. vulgaris
BacteriaP. stuartii
BacteriaP. aeruginosa

UTI Fungal 
YeastC. albicans

N39.0Urinary tract infection, site not specified
N30.00Acute cystitis without hematuria
N30.01Acute cystitis with hematuria
N30.90Cystitis, unspecified without hematuria
N30.91Cystitis, unspecified with hematuria
N30.20Other chronic cystitis without hematuria
N30.21Other chronic cystitis with hematuria
N30.80Other cystitis without hematuria
N30.81Other cystitis with hematuria
A56.2Chlamydial infection of genitourinary tract, unspecified
A64Unspecified sexually transmitted disease
I12Hypertensive chronic kidney disease
I13Hypertensive heart and chronic
kidney disease
M02.3Reiter’s disease
N10Acute pyelonephritis
N13Obstructive and reflux uropathy
N18Chronic kidney disease (CKD)
N18.9Chronic kidney disease, unspecified
N23Unspecified renal colic
N26.9Renal sclerosis, unspecified
N30.0Acute cystitis
N30.1Interstitial cystitis (chronic)
N30.10Interstitial cystitis (chronic) without hematuria
N30.11Interstitial cystitis (chronic) with hematuria
N30.2Other chronic cystitis
N34Urethritis and urethral syndrome
N34.1Nonspecific urethritis
N34.2Other urethritis
N34.3Urethral syndrome, unspecified
N36Other disorders of urethra
N37Urethral disorders in diseases classified elsewhere
N39Other disorders of urinary system
N39.4Other specified urinary incontinence
N39.41Urge incontinence
N39.498Other specified urinary incontinence
N39.9Disorder of urinary system, unspecified
O23Infections of genitourinary tract in pregnancy
O23.0Infections of kidney in pregnancy
O23.1Infections of bladder in pregnancy
O23.2Infections of urethra in pregnancy
O23.4Unspecified infection of urinary tract in pregnancy
O23.51Infection of cervix in pregnancy
O86.2Urinary tract infection following delivery
P39.3Neonatal urinary tract infection
R10.2Pelvic and perineal pain
R77Other abnormalities of plasma proteins
R82Other and unspecified abnormal findings in urine
R94.4Abnormal results of kidney function studies
Z87.440Personal history of urinary (tract) infections


  • One in five women have at least one UTI in her lifetime.
  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are responsible for nearly 10 million doctor visits a year and the leading reasons antibiotics are prescribed in long term care facilities.
Footnotes from UTI Brochure:
  1. CUUR BOOK – due to file size, please ask for a copy and CUUR Diagnostics will send you a .pdf file
  2. Wojno KJ, Baunoch D, Luke N, Opel M, Korman H, Kelly C, Jafri SMA, Keating P, Hazelton D, Hindu S, Makhloouf B, Wenzler D, Sabry M, Burks F, Penaranda M, Smith DE, Korman A, Sirls L. Multiplex PCR Based Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Analysis Compared to Traditional Urine Culture in Identifying Significant Pathogens in Symptomatic Patients. Urology. 2020 Feb;136:119-126. doi: 10.1016/j.urology.2019.10.018. Epub 2019 Nov 9. PMID: 31715272.
  3. Heytens S, De Sutter A, Coorevits L, Cools P, Boelens J, Van Simaey L, Christiaens T, Vaneechoutte M, Claeys G. Women with symptoms of a urinary tract infection but a negative urine culture: PCR-based quantification of Escherichia coli suggests infection in most cases. Clin Microbiol Infect. 2017 Sep;23(9):647-652. doi: 10.1016/j.cmi.2017.04.004. Epub 2017 Apr 28. PMID: 28457846.
  4. Jung C, Brubaker L, “The etiology and management of recurrent urinary tract infections in postmenopausal women,” Climacteric 2019 January 9: 1-8.