Inpatient management of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)From March 2018, Carpe Diarrhea
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 …17min 28Matthew DeLaney, MD, Lisa Patel, MD, and Jennifer Cannon, MD
The Peds RAP Hot Sheet: April 2017From April 2017, The Peds RAP Hot Sheet: April 2017
Starting this month we're bring you the latest and greatest in medical literature via the Hot Sheet! Ilene and Sol discuss new methods of obtaining urine in infants, alternate routes of anti-epileptic medications, teratogenicity of valproic acid and a new FDA warning against using codeine and …10min 17Solomon Behar, MD and Ilene Claudius, MD
UTI Without PyuriaFrom December 2016, Rudolph the Snot-Nosed Reindeer!
Dr Cosimini and Dr Shaikh discuss UTI’s and pyuria. Circumcised males, Hispanic children, children without fever and children with grades 3 and 4 vesicoureteral reflux were more likely to have a UTI caused by organisms other than E. coli. •15min 56Nader Shaikh, MD, Michael Cosimini, MD, and Solomon Behar, MD
UTIFrom November 2015, UTI and SBI, FYI.
Review most recent AAP guidelines on UTI workup, management and treatment. •22min 37Dee Bonney, MD and Solomon Behar, MD