Fighting antibiotic allergy

Hospital pharmacists need to be included into collaborative programs to tackle antibiotic allergies, say Australian researchers. Academics from a range of institutions questioned 277 allergists, clinical immunologists and hospital pharmacists to ascertain their knowledge and service delivery regarding antibiotic allergies. They found that there were widespread knowledge gaps around the prevalence of penicillin allergy sand

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