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Key questions on UTIs in adults (1.5 CPD hours)

Urologists Mr Chris Dawson and Mr Iqbal Miakhil answer questions from Dr Julian Spinks on the predictive value of urine dipsticks, antibiotics for UTIs and managing patients with recurrent UTIs

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FULL CPD MODULE

This module will update your knowledge on UTIs in adults, including:

  • The value of urine dispstick tests in determining a UTI
  • What other diagnoses to consider In patients with LUTS but with a negative dipstick or MSU
  • Which antibiotics would you use in a patient with a UTI, and for how long
  • How to approach diagnosing and treating UTI in patients with a catheter 
  • In patients with recurrent UTIs, which investigations you should consider

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