Preston Caron and Francois Caron A total of 362 patients in French primary care

Preston caron and francois caron a total of 362

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Preston-Caron, and Francois Caron A total of 362 patients in French primary care offices with symptoms of cystitis were studied over a total of 6 months to determine the rate of antibiotic prescription, antibiotic resistance as evidenced by repeat cystitis, and symptom recovery based upon antibiotic choice.
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