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Prolonged antibiotic therapy for bone or joint infections: venous administration vs. oral administration

  • 2019. június 19. szerdaHard
In patients with a bone or joint infection, initially treated with surgery (if necessary) and 1 week of intravenous (IV) antibiotic therapy, continuation of antibiotic therapy via oral (PO) administration for 6 weeks (minimum) is associated, after 12 months of follow-up and as compared to continuation for 6 weeks via IV administration, with an additional frequency of treatment failure of approximately:


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