June issue of Best Practice magazine (bpac) focuses on antibiotic use
posted by WM Admin on 29 June 2015
The June 2015 issue of Best Practice magazine (bpac) focuses on antibiotic use. Contents include:
- Upfront: Time to reduce antibiotic prescribing – NOW
- Debate: Do you prescribe antibiotics for respiratory tract infections? An everyday conundrum in general practice
- Is it ok to stop antibiotics when symptoms resolve?
- Delayed antibiotic prescriptions for respiratory tract infections: does the strategy work?
- Should I prescribe a topical antiseptic cream instead of a topical antibiotic for minor skin infections?
- Is point-of-care CRP testing useful in guiding antibiotic prescribing in patients with respiratory tract infections?
- Do probiotics provide effective and safe protection against antibiotic-associated adverse effects?
- When is an allergy to an antibiotic really an allergy?
- The role of prophylactic antibiotics for preventing infective endocarditis in people undergoing dental or other minor procedures
- Cellulitis: skin deep and spreading across New Zealand
To read the issue in full text, go to: http://www.bpac.org.nz/BPJ/2015/June/contents.aspx