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Non-severe lower UTI female (non-pregnant) and male, second line
3rd-line (when penicillin allergy and renal impairment): trimethoprim po
MRSA UTI, first line
Lower UTI with no systemic sepsis: nitrofurantoin po
MRSA UTI, second line
UTI with systemic sepsis or pyelonephritis: vancomycin iv
Pyelonephritis/upper UTI (inc. pregnancy), first line
Co-amoxiclav iv; consider adding gentamicin iv; if high risk MRSA: add vancomycin iv
Pyelonephritis/upper UTI (inc. pregnancy), second line
Ceftriaxone iv; severe penicillin allergy: ciprofloxacin po; consider adding gentamicin iv; if high risk MRSA: add vancomycin iv
Asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnancy
Await sensitivities, then options include: amoxicillin po, nitrofurantoin po, cefalexin po, trimethoprim po, co-amoxiclav po
Lower UTI in pregnancy (non-severe)
Treat according to sensitivity data if available; if not treat empirically: cefalexin po or nitrofurantoin po; add vancomycin iv
Asymptomatic bacterial colonisation
Treatment not required HAD YOU WONDERING THERE
Non-severe lower UTI female (non-pregnant) and male, first line
Nitrofurantoin po or co-amoxiclav po