Dysuria (Older Adult)

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Dysuria in an older adult is likely due to constipation or urinary incontinence. Treat for UTI, discharge, and prepare to readmit in near future with urosepsis due to a more drug-resistant bug.


Additional Reading


- American Society of Nephrology

- Foley Catheter

- MRSA

- Pseudomonas Infection

- Spin the Pee

- Urinary Tract Infection


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