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Shorter Antibiotic Course Effective for Sepsis, Study Finds

11:40 EST 21 Dec 2018 | Medscape

Shortening antibiotic treatment for sepsis from 14 to 7 days resulted in similar outcomes; experts say the findings may bring a paradigm shift in sepsis care, but more studies are needed.
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