Seven key predictors could cut inappropriate antibiotic use

Seven key predictors could help GPs identify which children do and don't need antibiotics when they're sick with a cough, a new study suggests.The researchers say the decision-making tool may help doctors cut unnecessary antibiotic prescribing for children with coughs and respiratory tract infections.The study of over 8000 children is published in The Lancet Respiratory

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