Administration of antibiotics subcutaneously : an integrative literature review *

  title={Administration of antibiotics subcutaneously : an integrative literature review *},
  author={Eliete Farias Azevedo and Leandro Augusto Barbosa and Silvia Helena De and Bortoli Cassiani},
Objective: To characterize scientific articles related to the use of antibiotics by the subcutaneous route in patients with difficult venous access in palliative care, regarding local tolerance and therapeutic efficacy. Methods: Integrative literature review conducted in the databases of LILACS, CINAHL, PubMED, EMBASE and the Cochrane Library, using Evidence-Based Practice as a theoretical framework. Results: Seventeen articles were selected with ten different antibiotics, with ceftriaxone… CONTINUE READING


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