High variability in the dosing of commonly used antibiotics revealed by a Europe-wide point prevalence study: implications for research and dissemination

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BACKGROUND Antibiotic dosing in neonates varies between countries and centres, suggesting suboptimal exposures for some neonates. We aimed to describe variations and factors influencing the variability in the dosing of frequently used antibiotics in European NICUs to help define strategies for improvement. METHODS A sub-analysis of the European Study of… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12887-015-0359-y

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@inproceedings{Metsvaht2015HighVI, title={High variability in the dosing of commonly used antibiotics revealed by a Europe-wide point prevalence study: implications for research and dissemination}, author={Tuuli Metsvaht and Georgi Nellis and Heili Varendi and Anthony J. Nunn and Susan Graham and Andr{\'e} Rieutord and Thomas Storme and James C. McElnay and Hussain Mulla and Mark. J. Turner and Irja Lutsar}, booktitle={BMC pediatrics}, year={2015} }