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Patients with Diabetic Foot Infection Being Prescribed Unnecessary Antibiotics

A new study reveals many people diagnosed with diabetic foot infections are prescribed antibiotics targeted to treat MRSA, with few of the cases requiring this treatment. Authors of the study wrote in their abstract that diabetic foot infections are the main reason for non-traumatic lower extremity amputations in the US. Currently, antibiotics that specifically treat MRSA […]
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