A brief guide to the diagnosis and management of UTIs in primary care, which includes clear algorithms for the assessment of urinary symptoms.
Summary of NICE guidance covers history taking, assessing urinary incontinence, investigations, non-surgical management, and indicators for referral.
This summary provides a treatment algorithm for the appropriate prescribing of antimicrobials for acute pyelonephritis.
Access this summary to find out when you should offer antibiotics for UTI. Summary includes a concise treatment pathway for the management of UTI.
Summary covers an antimicrobial prescribing strategy for preventing recurrent urinary tract infections in children, young people, and adults.
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