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Antibiotics not always the answer for urinary tract infections


Anonymous | 4-Jun-2013 6:10 am it seems one has to be assertive and persistent in any medical consultation nowadays to get the required treatment and diagnosis, at the risk of being labelled and having entered in one's notes 'difficult patient', 'non compliant' or 'refused treatment' if there is any disagreement. this won't help the patient when notes are digitalised and accessible to other hc professionals as it may colour their judgement of the patient but rarely of those who made the entry!

Posted date

4 June, 2013

Posted time

7:36 am