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Antibiotic prescription rates similar, often inappropriate, for ...

... of inappropriate prescribing for conditions such as bronchitis, raising concerns about increased health care costs and antibiotic resistance, a study ...

Standard triple therapy may no longer be best for H. pylori ...

... They called for additional larger studies of various treatment regimens that include examination of antibiotic resistance. ...

Further thoughts on CRE: "Once in a Lifetime" edition : ACP ...

... edition. "You may ask yourself, well, how did I get here?" --Talking Heads It's been a busy week in antibiotic resistance. ...

Untreatable gonorrhea, the next infectious threat : ACP ...

... any time soon. I've written before about the emerging problem of bacterial antibiotic resistance. Our grandchildren may ...

ACP Internist Weekly | ACP Internist

... Primary care. Flexible anxiety treatment delivers better than usual care. Antibiotic resistance lasts up to a year. ... Antibiotic resistance lasts up to a year. ...

Need grows for antimicrobial stewardship | ACP Internist

... meaning the one that is the most effective and safest, with the narrowest spectrum and lowest cost, is 1 of 6 keys to preventing antibiotic resistance. ...

September 2012 | ACP Internist

... to 'unlearn' everything about prescribing antibiotics, but doctors are taking the new lessons to heart in order to stave off antibiotic resistance. ...

Meager and unsatisfactory : ACP Internist

... most disheartening sentence in this editorial about the WHO report is “… few countries track and monitor antibiotic resistance comprehensively, and ...

Excess mortality in CRKp: a non-randomized (fortunately) trial ...

... This changed with the 2013 CDC Antibiotic Resistance Threats Report which provided the public with the number 23,000. ...

Superbug threat lurks in sewer : ACP Internist

... The threat of antibiotic resistance is attributed mainly to the overprescribing and overuse of antibiotics, but a new study explores a new, often ...

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