¿Son siempre necesarios los ATB para las infecciones urinarias? | 16 JUL 17

Infección urinaria, requiem para un peso pesado

Novedoso enfoque para una vieja enfermedad que quizás no sea tal
Autor/a: Finucane TE J Am Geriatr Soc 19 May 2017
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