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Patterns Of Antibiotic Prescriptions And Appropriateness In The Emergency Room In A Major Secondary Care Hospital In Bahrain
Author: Jameela Mohammed Al Salman, Sughra Alawi, Ebtihal Alyusuf, Eman Albasri, Shurooq Almarzooq, Fatma Alnashaba, Ali Alahmed, Zahra Ali, Rawdha Fardan, Ebtihal Alyusuf
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
8 pages
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Type of publication: Article
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Antibiotic resistance is a mounting public health concern, therefore it is important to preserve the effectiveness of presenting available antibiotic for future generations. Antibiotic resistance was most commonly found in prescribed drug in several national and international studies.

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