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Inpatient management of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
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In children with suspected UTI a catheter collected specimen is the most reliable initial test. While most children can be treated as outpatients, children with severe disease, significant comorbidities, or inability to tolerate oral treatment may require hospitalization. Bladder and Renal ultrasounds may be indicated in patients with a first time UTI, however the current evidence does not support routine use of more invasive testing including VCUG.