Managing a urinary tract infection – antibiotic selection 

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Managing a urinary tract infection – antibiotic selection 


Bacterial infection of theurinary tract is a frequent motivation for antibiotic prescription in peopleand our pets. Given the growing threat from antimicrobial resistance, allantibiotic use should adhere to stewardship guidelines. Which antibiotic is most appropriate? Is it the same in males and females? Does it matter which part ofthe urinary tract is affected? Do you even need antibiotics if there are no clinical signs? For how long should the antibiotics be used? To hear answers to some of these questions and more please sign up here.


Fergus Allerton BSc BVSc CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS
Internal medicine specialist
Willows Veterinary Centre and Referral Service Ltd
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