Inappropriate prescribing of antibiotics rife

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New hospital survey reveals 60% of antibiotics given to patients after surgery were prescribed inappropriately The Surgical National Antimicrobial Prescribing Survey (SNAPS) is an annual survey of antimicrobial prescribing for the prevention of infections in surgical settings across Australian hospitals. Sixty-seven public and private hospitals participated in SNAPS for the 2016 pilot, the results of

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