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Treatment of acute otitis media

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For many years, there has been debate about the role of antibiotics for children with acute otitis. It is a common practice to prescribe antibiotics for this indication, but the desirability of reducing the amount of antibiotics consumed by the community has led to guidelines suggesting that such treatment could be confined to children who do not improve after a period of observation without antibiotics. Two consecutive …

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