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Doctors should treat impetigo with antiseptics not antibiotics, says NICE

08:52 EDT 15 Aug 2019 | British Medical Journal

Clinicians should treat non-bullous impetigo—a highly contagious bacterial infection of the skin—with a topical antiseptic rather than antibiotics, says new draft guidance from the National Institute...

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