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Genitourinary system
  Green: complete   Clean catch urine or bag specimen in UTI in non toilet trained children?
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Is Cefalexin better than trimethoprim for treating UTI in children?
  Green: complete   Negative urinalysis to exclude urinary tract infection in children
  Green: complete   Ultrasound in the diagnosis of testicular torsion
  Green: complete   Is silver nitrate the best agent for management of umbilical granulomas?
  BET Title Available 146 Months   Spontaneous pneumothorax in a neonate and association with renal malformations
  Green: complete   Accuracy of negative dipstick urinalysis in ruling out urinary tract infection in adults
  Green: complete   Ice, pins or sugar to reduce paraphimosis
  Yellow: electronic pre-print   Is early use of steroid helpful in preventing subsequent nephropathy in Henoch-Schonlein purpura ?
  Green: complete   Ultrasonography to rule out renal malformations in newborns with isolated preauricular tags/pits
  BET Title Available 157 Months   Is anticoagulation therapy effective in neonatal renal vein thrombosis
  Green: complete   Are routine urine cultures helpful in the management of asymptomatic infants or preschool children with a previous urinary tract infection?
  BET Title Available 63 Months   Can urinary myoglobin assay be used to assess the risk of developing acute renal failure in patients with rhabdomylosis
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Trimethoprim vs Nitrofurantoin in the treatment of UTI in children
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Is a short course of antibiotics better than a long course in the treatment of UTI in children
  Blue: submitted but not checked There are 3 critical appraisals linked to this BET Is microscopy better than urine dipstick testing at identifying a UTI in children
  Blue: submitted but not checked There are 1 critical appraisals linked to this BET Incidence of significant GU abnormality in children <2years with proven UTI
  Blue: submitted but not checked   In younger adults with haematuria is it more appropriate to refer to a urologist or a nephrologist?
  Green: complete   Does daily prednisolone reduce the risk of relapse secondary to viral infections in steroid-dependant nephrotic syndrome?
  Green: complete   Urethral catheter or suprapubic aspiration to reduce contamination of urine samples in young children?