Urinary tract infection – females (NHS-CKS)

A resource, aimed at Primary Care, which details the current evidence-based guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract infection in female patients. The site is concise, easy to negotiate and there is also important emphasis based on the difference in guidance for male patients, catheter associated urinary infection, suspected pyelonephritis, and pregnancy.

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Level B



NHS Evidence (CKS - Clinical Knowledge Summaries)


30-60 mins

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Posted By:   Fiona Duthie
Last Edited: June 10, 2012


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