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NHS forced to admit sepsis guidance is 'difficult' as GPs switch off alerts


So NHSE thinks GPs are creating bacterial Armageddon by overprescribing antibiotics, whilst at the same time killing patients with sepsis by underprescrbing antibiotics. Here's a thought, why not leave individual medical professionals to make individual prescribing decisions in individual patient consultations. It's so crazy it might just work.

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25 Oct 2017

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