Dysuria in Primary Care for New Nurse Practitioners

As a new grad, I’d latch on to a symptom and top differential diagnosis, spending my whole visit chasing that idea instead of stepping back to consider the other possibilities.

Super easy to do when it comes to dysuria.

Likely it’s a UTI, right? But asking the right history questions can help you save time in the visit and more accurately diagnose patients.

You’ll learn:

  • The top differentials for dysuria in women, including a few sneaky diagnoses
  • What history questions to ask and red flags not to miss
  • First line treatments, and deciding who to test & treat

PLUS, grab your cheat sheet below this video to go with it.

Check it out here 👇

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    Liz

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