Systematic review of the treatment of upper respiratory tract infection
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"Systematic review of the treatment of upper respiratory tract infection"


Written by: Fahey T, Stocks N, Thomas T


Coverage: Treatment


Summary: Systematic review and meta-analysis of the treatment of upper respiratory tract infection with antibiotics in children.


Published by: Archives of Disease in Childhood


Level of Evidence: Meta-analysis


Date of Publication: 01/09/98
Date of Posting: 21/06/2004
Date of next Review: 21/06/2006


Available at: http://adc.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/full/archdischild;79/3/225


Source: Archives of Disease in Childhood


Format: HTML


Publication Type: Systematic Review


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MeSH keywords: Respiratory tract infections; Child; Antibiotics



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