Transcript of INFECCION DE VIAS URINARIAS EN PEDIATRIA. Interests Education Skills Experience References ANDREA CASTRO. Principal estudio para diagnóstico de RVU; Requiere cateterismo vesical; UROCULTIVO NEGATIVO!!! Permite descartar otras malformaciones. de uropatía, el tratamiento ambulatorio con antibióticos por vía oral es eficaz y seguro. . actual del tratamiento de las infecciones urinarias en pediatría.
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