A selection of resources
NICE having different sets of guidelines for women and men which is useful, lots of health care professionals could read the interpretation of urine dip. Also have 2 page summary of antibiotic guidelines which is helpful. There is a separate guide for pyelonephritis; this highlights how there is no definitive diagnosis features and management depends on severity.
The European Association of urology reaches similar conclusion in their guidelines. Advised against dip and culture for catheter associated UTI. Also emphasises the absence of vaginal symptoms to aide diagnosis in females.
Easy to read paper on an evidence-based approach to older patients with suspected urinary tract infections.
This one is useful to dispel lots of the inaccurate believes out there about UTI diagnosis (10 myths dispelled)
Cannot be used as rule out if a patient has symptoms.