Help Avoid Serious Interactions With Long-Term Antibiotics

More ORAL antibiotics will be used for bone or joint infections.

Even though IV antibiotics for 6 weeks or longer used to be standard...we now know that it's okay to switch to orals after just 1 to 4 weeks. It's usually as effective, more convenient, and costs less.

Help patients avoid serious interactions and toxicities.

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