This New York Times overview of updated evidence (studies) changing medical recommendations highlights a clinical scenario I encounter often in my emergency practice: that best evidence shows we should no longer treat most acute ear infections with antibiotics.
Dynamic Medical Evidence
Posted byMarion SillsPosted inHealth Policy
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I am a Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado. I work as a physician in the emergency departments of the Children's Hospital of Colorado and as a health services researcher at the University's Adult and Child Consortium for Health Outcomes (ACCORDS). View more posts
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