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Respiratory Tract Infections - Antibiotic Prescribing

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Respiratory Tract Infections - Antibiotic Prescribing

Publisher: NICE
Number of pages: 240

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Respiratory tract infection (RTI) is defined as any infectious disease of the upper or lower respiratory tract. The five common RTIs are the focus of this guideline: acute otitis media (AOM), acute cough/acute bronchitis, acute sore throat/acute pharyngitis/acute tonsillitis, acute rhinosinusitis and the common cold.

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