Self-reported prescribing of antibiotics for children with undifferentiated acute respiratory tract infections with cough.

@article{Davy1998SelfreportedPO,
  title={Self-reported prescribing of antibiotics for children with undifferentiated acute respiratory tract infections with cough.},
  author={Till Davy and Paul T Dick and P I Munk},
  journal={The Pediatric infectious disease journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={17 6},
  pages={457-62}
}
BACKGROUND Physicians are often called on to manage children with acute respiratory tract infections with cough when the clinical presentation may not allow a differentiation between viral and bacterial etiology. To develop guidelines for appropriate antibiotic use, it is necessary to understand the present prescribing patterns of physicians who manage children presenting with such an undifferentiated acute respiratory tract infection with cough (UARTIC). OBJECTIVES To determine the… CONTINUE READING

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