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Although rheumatic fever virtually no longer occurs in France, pharyngitis due to group A beta-hemolytic streptococci (ABHS) remains a common pediatric problem. American studies have underscored the high rate of bacteriologic treatment failures and recurrences of ABHS pharyngitis. Furthermore, several comparative studies have demonstrated that(More)
Several studies in the English language literature have shown that continuous antibiotic prophylaxis is more effective than a placebo in preventing recurrent otitis media. In this prospective, randomized trial the effectiveness of continuous amoxicillin therapy was compared with that of glycoproteins from Klebsiella pneumoniae (GKP). The two treatments were(More)
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