Calls in 2007 to cut back on antibiotic prophylaxis didn't apply to all patients, but clinical practice responded by pulling back in everybody. For at least one group, endocarditis cases soared. Medscape Medical News (Date:11/10/2018 14:06) Read full article >>

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