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Antibiotic-associated adverse drug events more common than most doctors realize

A new study underscores the dangers of antibiotic overuse and the reasons doctors must be more cautious when prescribing the drugs in an inpatient setting. Twenty percent of the hospitalized patients who were prescribed antibiotics experienced at least one antibiotic-associated adverse drug event, according to the study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.

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