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Urinary Tract Infection in Children

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Urinary Tract Infection in Children

Publisher: RCOG Press
ISBN-13: 9781904752400
Number of pages: 429

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UTI is a common bacterial infection causing illness in children. The aim of this guideline is to lead to more consistent clinical practice by considering the importance of accurate diagnosis and the effectiveness of subsequent investigations and treatment (including surgical intervention) and follow-up in altering the outcome.

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