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GAPRUKI and PERUKI : community acquired pneumonia

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It is rare for the Archivist to blow their own trumpet but sometimes, a trumpet must be blown. A collaboration of two UK research networks [General and Adolescent Paediatric Research in the United Kingdom and Ireland (GAPRUKI) and Paediatric Emergency Research in the UK and Ireland (PERUKI)] along with the Paediatric Infectious Diseases Research Group, St George’s University of London and the Medical Research Council Clinical Trial Unit at University College London, Bielecki JA et al (JAMA 2021;326:1713–24) have asked, for children with community-acquired pneumonia discharged from an emergency department, observational unit, or inpatient ward (within 48 hours), is subsequent outpatient treatment …

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