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Physicians Compliance With Antimicrobials’ De-escalation In Intensive Care Units In Jordan
Author: Jamal Wadi Md, Fidsa1*, Sahar Al Shair Pharmd2, Waseem Abu Ashour Pharmd2, Mohammad Rabi Pharmd3, Haifa Petro Rn, Amani Romman , Yaseen Alastal , Rula Rashed , Gheida Melhem
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
5 pages
One time payment: €6.08
Required subscription: Clinical
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/726
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 The majority of physicians did not de escalate when it ought to be done. The concept of de escalation has to be stressed upon widely among treating physicians.


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