<< Diagnosis And Management Of Urinary Tract Infections In The Emergency Department

Summary For Urinary Tract Infections

The diagnosis of UTI is relatively simple, but the management of UTI is relatively complex. The cornerstone of therapy is determining whether the patient has a lower UTI or an upper UTI and whether the patient has a complicated or uncomplicated UTI. These 2 factors will determine whether antibiotic therapy is necessary, for how long, and whether cultures are indicated.

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