Investigating UTIs in older adults

09:56 EDT 22 May 2014 | British Medical Journal

UTIs are often diagnosed in secondary care, but often that diagnosis isn't accurate. In this podcast Gavin Barlow from the Department of infection and tropical medicine at Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust joins us to discuss when and how to test for the infection​. Read the full clinical review Investigation of suspected urinary tract...

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