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Uncomplicated female UTI: a case study

Uncomplicated female UTI: a case study

Minor illness clinic

Janet Webb
BSc(Hons) RGN DipN(Lond)
Practice Nurse
Lindum Medical Practice

Miss Price is 73. She lives alone, is active, self-caring and generally healthy. She attended a nursing appointment at the GP surgery in an anxious and distressed state, and history taking revealed a three-day history of increasing dysuria and urinary frequency, culminating in urgency that had resulted in incontinence and an episode that morning of haematuria.

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