UTIs in NSW: ‘Business as usual’ move

The NSW UTI service is announced at a PSA breakfast.
The NSW UTI service has seen “incredible demand” and is now to be made a permanent service, available from any eligible pharmacist across the state According to a statement from the NSW department of health, the NSW urinary tract infection pharmacist prescribing trial has been “successfully” completed over the last 12 months, with more than

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