The diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of acute and recurrent pediatric urinary tract infections

Brian Becknell, Megan Schober, Lindsey Korbel, John David Spencer
Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy 2015, 13 (1): 81-90
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of the most common bacterial infections encountered by pediatricians. Currently, the diagnosis and management of acute UTI and recurrent UTI in children remain controversial. Recently published guidelines and large clinical trials have attempted to clarify UTI diagnostic and management strategies. In this manuscript, we review the diagnosis and management of acute and recurrent UTI in the pediatric population.

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