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Management of suspected bacterial urinary tract infection.
Nurs Times 2006 Sep 5-11; 102(36):25-6NT

Abstract

New guidelines on the management of suspected bacterial urinary tract infection in adults have just been released by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN). The guidance states that the presence of bacteriuria should lead to antibiotic treatment only when there is definitive evidence that eradicating the bacterial infection will result in a tangible health gain at a reasonable level of risk (SIGN, 2006).

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eng

PubMed ID

16986589

Citation

Beckford-Ball, Jason. "Management of Suspected Bacterial Urinary Tract Infection." Nursing Times, vol. 102, no. 36, 2006, pp. 25-6.
Beckford-Ball J. Management of suspected bacterial urinary tract infection. Nurs Times. 2006;102(36):25-6.
Beckford-Ball, J. (2006). Management of suspected bacterial urinary tract infection. Nursing Times, 102(36), pp. 25-6.
Beckford-Ball J. Management of Suspected Bacterial Urinary Tract Infection. Nurs Times. 2006;102(36):25-6. PubMed PMID: 16986589.
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