Testing for true allergy

Should pharmacists play an active role in penicillin skin testing? These practitioners think the move could help reduce antimicrobial resistance Penicillin allergy is one of the most frequently self-reported drug allergies with an incidence ranging from 10-20%, but research shows only a much smaller percentage is truly allergic. Meanwhile patients with documented penicillin allergies (either

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