Test Your Knowledge of UTI Diagnosis and Management (Postscript 1 of 2)

Evidence-Based Urgent Care Postscript
Urgent Care Diagnosis and Management of Urinary Tract Infections in Adults | September 2022

A urine culture is indicated in all of the following case scenarios EXCEPT:

A. 68-year-old female who has had 3 UTIs in the past 2 months and presents with dysuria, frequency, and 2+ leukocyte esterase on dipstick

B. 4-year-old afebrile female with dysuria, 1+ blood and trace protein on dipstick

C. 41-year-old sexually active male with urinary hesitancy, perineal pain, chills, and 1+ leukocyte esterase on dipstick

D. 22-year-old sexually active female with urinary urgency, dysuria, no vaginal symptoms, a negative pregnancy test, and 3+ leukocyte esterase on dipstick

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Last Updated on January 26, 2023

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