Reducing ophthalmic antibiotic use for non-severe conjunctivitis in children 

  13 September 2023

Antibiotics are often overprescribed for pediatric conjunctivitis. We implemented a system-level quality improvement (QI) intervention to reduce unnecessary ophthalmic antibiotic use.

The QI intervention significantly reduced ophthalmic antibiotic prescribing for pediatric conjunctivitis without increasing treatment failure rates or health care utilization.

Author(s): Thresia Sebastian et al
Kids and Carers  
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