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Diagnosis of urinary tract infections: quick reference guide

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We’re seeking views on updating the diagnosis of urinary tract infections (UTIs) quick reference guide for primary care providers.

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We’re inviting feedback on a draft updated version of ‘Diagnosis of urinary tract infections (UTIs): quick reference guide for primary care’ which includes flowcharts and quick reference tables that provide a simple, effective way to diagnose UTIs that minimises antibiotic resistance.

This draft version should not be used yet as a quick reference for UTI diagnosis.

Please email any comments to: with the subject heading: ‘review feedback UTI diagnostic guide May 2018’. In your feedback, please specify your name and affiliation, comments with suggested changes, and reference/evidence to support.

The current version of the UTI diagnostic quick reference guide is available online.


Draft for review: diagnosis of urinary tract infections (UTIs)

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Published 16 May 2018
Last updated 17 May 2018 + show all updates
  1. Replaced document to fix the first 2 sets of yes/no boxes in the flowchart on page 5.
  2. First published.