Analysis of antibiotic use in a large network of emergency departments

  17 October 2019

More than 627,000 unique patient encounters and 780,000 antibiotic administrations were assessed for trends in patient demographics, antibiotics administered for a diagnosis of infectious origin, and corresponding susceptibility patterns. Results indicated that practices in the EDs of this health system aligned with evidence-based practices for streptococcal pharyngitis, otitis media, cellulitis, and uncomplicated urinary tract infections.

Author(s): Fredrick O’Neal, Joan Kramer, Mandelin Cooper, Edward Septimus, Sanya Sharma, Hayley Burgess
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