Antibiotic pack sizes are contributing to resistance

new antibiotics: gloved hands holding two antibiotic capsules
Mismatches between antibiotic pack sizes and the guideline recommendations for their duration is contributing to antibiotic resistance in the community, Australian researchers have found. Treasure McGuire, Jane Smith and Chris Del Mar analysed existing published information of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics in primary care in Australia, their most common indications, the guideline recommendations for

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