How to Treat Urinary Tract Infections in Kids

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Learn why urinary tract infections are more serious in pediatric patients, and what can be done to effectively treat them.

Urinary tract infections for children are a much more serious issue than they are for adults, and they may require a shot of antibiotics. Discover why a urinary tract infection in a child usually means that their kidneys are infected, as well, with help from a pediatrician in this free video on preventing medical problems in children.

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