Doctors push for end to pharmacy UTI treatment

UTI - don't panic
Surge in hospital presentations for urinary tract infections (UTIs) prompts call for Queensland to scrap its pharmacist-initiated treatment program  Data showing a significant increase in the number of patients presenting at emergency departments (EDs) with UTIs in Queensland is being cited by a leading medic as a reason to scrap the state’s pharmacy-based service.  

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