Consider Antibiotics a Suspect for Causing CNS Effects

It's often a surprise when antibiotics cause adverse CNS effects...confusion, delirium, seizures, etc.

About 3% of patients on quinolones have insomnia, confusion, hallucinations, or other CNS effects.

Now FDA will require new warnings about quinolone adverse effects.

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