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I think this may be an antibiotic record

A young patient of mine recently went to France. While there he developed a chest infection and was sent home on the following plethora of medications which includes four different types of antibiotics, an anti-inflammatory, an acetylcysteine expectorant, nasal spray and some paracetamol.

I think this may be a record! The antibiotics were: Augmentin, cefpodoxime, josamycin and ofloxacin.

Dr Robert Keane

Old Catton

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