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    Dear Editor,

    The commentary by Lenney correctly points out that clinicians are often slow to apply good research evidence to clinical practice.[1] However, the choice of once-daily intravenous gentamicin to illustrate this point is unfortunate. Extended interval aminoglycoside dosing is widely used in paediatric and neonatal practice for the treatment of serious gram negative infections, the treatment of newborn infants wi...

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