Clinical Studies.

Multiple human clinical studies have been conducted using Cran-Max® and each of these studies suggests that Cran-Max® retains the effectiveness of cranberry. Clinical research on the 500 mg dose of Cran-Max® suggests that this dose may help promote a healthy Urinary Tract.

“The Effect of Prophylactic Administration of Cranberry Extract (Swiss Cran-Max 7500 mg) on the Occurrence of Recurring Infections of the Urinary Tract,” L. Hejzlar - Urology Clinic of PPCHC - SANUS in Hrodee Králové; J. Poduska - Urology Clinic of UNV in Prague.

A Randomized Trial to Evaluate Effectiveness and Cost Effectiveness of Naturopathic Cranberry Products as Prophylaxis Against Urinary Tract Infection in Women,” Lynn Stothers, The Canadian Journal of Urology, June 2002; 9(3): 1558-1562.

“Results of a Randomized, Double-Blind Study on the Prevention of Recurrent Cystitis with GynDelta®,” Jean-Marc Bohbot, The Gynaecologist’s and Obstetrician’s Journal, Jan 2007.

“Evaluation of Cranberry Tablets for the Prevention of Urinary Tract Infections in Spinal Cord Injured Patients with Neurogenic Bladder,” MJ Hess, PE Hess, MR Sullivan, et al., Spinal Cord, 2008; 1-5.

“Cranberry or Trimethoprim for the Prevention of Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections? A Randomized Controlled Trial in Older Women,” Marion McMurdo, Ishbel Argo, Gabby Phillips, et al., Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 2008; 1-7.

“Cranberries vs Antibiotics to Prevent Urinary Tract Infections,” Marielle Beerepoot, Gerben ter Riet, Sita Nys, et al., Achives of Internal Medicine, July 25, 2011; 171(14): 1270-1278.