respiratory
Bronchiectasis

Why macrolides should remain a last resort in respiratory patients


Macrolide antibiotics are an important growth area in prescribing for respiratory disease but should be kept as back-up therapy, delegates at the British Thoracic Society Summer Meeting have heard. Ten years ago almost no respiratory patients would have been on long term macrolides, yet now they are very much part of the regular management of ...

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