Candidate Instructions 🧒

You are the FY1 working in GP.

You have been asked to see 70-year-old Linda Johnson, she has a 2 day history of dysuria and increased frequency. She has no pain anywhere else.

Please perform a urine dip on the sample provided and interpret the results, the examiner will ask you some questions.

Patient details:
Name: Mrs Linda Johnson
Age: 70
Basic info: 2 day history of dysuria as well as increased frequency.
PMHx: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus DHx: Metformin

Station time: 5 minutes


Urine dip results

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