Optimizing Antibiotic Treatment of Skin Infections in Pediatric Emergency and Urgent Care Centers

  09 September 2022

The objective was to optimize antibiotic choice and duration for uncomplicated skin/soft tissue infections (SSTIs) discharged from pediatric emergency departments (EDs) and urgent cares (UCs).

We improved optimal choice and reduced duration of antibiotic treatment of outpatient SSTIs. MOC participation was associated with greater improvement and was sustained after the intervention period.

Author(s): Susan May Wiltrakis et al
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