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Risk factors for UTI in postmenopausal women include all of the following, EXCEPT:

a. Atrophic vaginitis
b. UTI before menopause
c. Non-secretor status
d. Smoking
e. Cystocele


Question 2#Print Question

Screening for asymptomatic bacteriuria should NOT be performed in all of the following, EXCEPT:

a. Patients undergoing invasive genitourinary surgery with risk of mucosal bleeding
b. Patients with nephrostomy in-situ
c. Postmenopausal women
d. Women with diabetes
e. Patients with spinal cord injury


Question 3#Print Question

Regarding the diagnosis of asymptomatic bacteriuria all the following are true, EXCEPT:

a. For women, a count of ≥105 cfu/mL in voided volume in two consecutive samples is diagnostic
b. For men, a count of ≥105 cfu/mL in voided volume in two consecutive samples is diagnostic
c. For patients with indwelling catheter, a count of ≥102 cfu/mL in a single collected urine sample is diagnostic
d. For specimens collected with in and out catheter, a count of ≥103 cfu/mL in collected urine is appropriate quantitative diagnostic criterion
e. For men with specimen collected using external condom catheter, ≥103 cfu/mL is an appropriate quantitative diagnostic criterion


Question 4#Print Question

Concerning UTI in pregnancy all the following are true, EXCEPT:

a. Asymptomatic bacteriuria detected should be eradicated with antibiotics
b. Women should not be screened for bacteriuria in the first trimester of pregnancy
c. Two consecutive specimens >105 cfu/mL of the same bacteria is defined as significant bacteriuria
d. Avoid trimethoprim in the first trimester
e. Avoid sulfamethoxazole in the third trimester


Question 5#Print Question

In patients with renal transplant all are true, EXCEPT:

a. Treat infection in recipient before transplant
b. Culture donor tissue samples and perfusate
c. Perioperative antibiotic prophylaxis should be given
d. Lifelong antibiotic prophylaxis should always be commenced after transplantation to prevent urinary infections
e. UTI is common after renal transplant




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