Tratamiento antibiótico | 22 FEB 16

Faringitis estreptocócica y ausentismo escolar

Duración mínima del tratamiento antes de la reinserción escolar de niños con faringitis estreptocócica
Autor/a: Richard H. Schwartz, Danica Kim, Michael Martin, and Michael E. Pichichero Pediatr Infect Dis J 2015; 34:1302–1304
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