Though urinary tract infections (UTIs) make up the majority of all serious bacterial infections in all febrile infants less than 60 days of age; until now, the test characteristics of urinalysis have varied widely in this age group with sensitivities ranging from between 48-99% and specificities from 88-98%.
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