Commonly Used Antibiotic Brings More Complications, Death in the Sickest Patients

May 14, 2024


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Presented by Health Lab

In emergency rooms and ICUs across the country, clinicians often make split-second decisions about which antibiotics to prescribe, and a recent study from Michigan Medicine reveals that these decisions may have unintended consequences for patient outcomes. Robert Dickson, M.D. of the Department of Medicine’s Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine and deputy director of the Weil Institute for Critical Care Research & Innovation, explores some of the key findings from the new study.

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