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Society guideline links: Urinary tract infections in children

Society guideline links: Urinary tract infections in children

Introduction — This topic includes links to society and government-sponsored guidelines from selected countries and regions around the world. We will update these links periodically; newer versions of some guidelines may be available on each society's website. Some societies may require users to log in to access their guidelines.

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Links to related guidelines are provided separately. (See "Society guideline links: Sepsis in neonates" and "Society guideline links: Vesicoureteral reflux".)

International

International Children's Continence Society (ICCS): Standardization report on urodynamic studies of the lower urinary tract in children (2015)

ICCS: Recommendations for initial diagnostic evaluation and follow-up in congenital neuropathic bladder and bowel dysfunction in children (2012)

ICCS: Recommendations for therapeutic intervention in congenital neuropathic bladder and bowel dysfunction in children (2012)

Canada

Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS): Position statement on prophylactic antibiotics for children with recurrent urinary tract infections (2015, reaffirmed 2021)

CPS: Position statement on urinary tract infection in infants and children – Diagnosis and management (2014, reaffirmed 2020)

Choosing Wisely Canada: Don't use a bag for collection of urine cultures to diagnose urinary tract infections (2020)

United States

American College of Radiology (ACR): ACR Appropriateness Criteria on acute pyelonephritis (2022)

Choosing Wisely: Do not perform a bagged urine specimen for urine culture to confirm urinary tract infection in a non-potty-trained child (2022)

Choosing Wisely: Do not screen for urinary tract infection in asymptomatic patients who perform clean intermittent catheterization (2022)

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP): Red Book – Infection-prone body sites (2021)

Choosing Wisely: Do not order urine cultures unless patients have symptoms consistent with urinary tract infection (UTI) (2020)

Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA): Clinical practice guideline for the management of asymptomatic bacteriuria, update (2019)

Choosing Wisely: Avoid ordering follow-up urine cultures after treatment for an uncomplicated urinary tract infection (UTI) in patients that show evidence of clinical resolution of infection (2018)

Choosing Wisely: Don't prescribe antimicrobials to patients using indwelling or intermittent catheterization of the bladder unless there are signs and symptoms of urinary tract infection (2015, updated 2017)

ACR: ACR Appropriateness Criteria on urinary tract infection – Child (2016)

Choosing Wisely: Don't treat asymptomatic bacteruria with antibiotics (2015)

Choosing Wisely: Don't perform voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG) routinely in first febrile urinary tract infection (UTI) in children aged 2-24 months (2013)

Europe

European Association of Urology (EAU): Guidelines on paediatric urology, update (2021)

EAU: Guidelines on urological infections, update (2021)

United Kingdom

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE): Guideline on urinary tract infection in under 16s – Diagnosis and management (2022)

NICE: Quality standard on urinary tract infection in children and young people (2013, updated 2022)

Public Health England (PHE): Guidance on urinary tract infections – Diagnostic tools for primary care (2007, updated 2020)

NICE: Guideline on pyelonephritis (acute) – Antimicrobial prescribing (2018)

NICE: Guideline on urinary tract infection (catheter-associated) – Antimicrobial prescribing (2018)

NICE: Guideline on urinary tract infection (lower) – Antimicrobial prescribing (2018)

NICE: Guideline on urinary tract infection (recurrent) – Antimicrobial prescribing (2018)

Australia-New Zealand

Choosing Wisely Australia: Do not give routine prophylactic antibiotics to a child after the first urinary tract infection if at low risk of recurrent urinary tract infections (2021)

Kidney Health Australia (KHA)-Caring for Australasians with Renal Impairment (CARI): Guideline for diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract infection in children (2015)

Australasian Society for Infectious Disease (ASID)/Australian Infection Control Association (AICA): Position statement for preventing catheter-associated urinary tract infections in patients (2011)

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