While we have touched on this issue before in the Ear Action Plan article, Dr. Suzanne Burman posted a very good article on the Survivor: Pediatrics blog that eloquently describes the thought processes that a pediatrician goes through every time a parent calls seeking a medication (frequently an antibiotic). We trust parents, but we don’t trust bugs!
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