SIGN Guideline 88 – Management of suspected bacterial urinary tract infection in adults

This is a comprehensive guideline, published in July 2006, which details evidence-based recommendations regarding diagnosis and management of urinary infections. It provides very detailed information, and can take time to get through, but it does offer clear and simple algorithms as a summary. These can be used at a glance in only a few minutes and would be useful for reference in daily practice.

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Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network


30-60 mins

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Last Edited: June 1, 2012


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