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The attitude of physicians toward cold remedies for upper respiratory infection in infants and children: Croup, epiglottitis, severe laryngitis, severe tracheitis. Si continua navegando, consideramos que acepta su uso. At the same time, the suitability of the prescribed treatments for the patients under study was assessed, following the recommendations of clinical guidelines, protocols, or otherwise the most updated bibliography available according to the clinical condition they presented with, sorting them in this manner according to whether it was considered unsuitable or suitable.

Nairobi, Kenia, 25—29 November [consulted There is evidence that Spain has one of the highest rates of antibiotic use in Europe, fundamentally of broad-spectrum antibiotics, 7 and consequently it also has higher rates of antimicrobial resistance.

Our study has limitations, in spite of having selected a random sample. Dtsch Arztebl Int,pp. The size of the sample may or may not be representative of the prescriptions of anticatarrhal drugs made, but we consider that it does reflect the current situation, in which the use of these drugs is frequent in spite of their low efficacy and potential toxicity.

Clin Pediatr Phila45pp. Surveillance of antimicrobial consumption in Europe This shortcut redirects you to. Antimicrobial resistance surveillance in Europe Still, we needed to define a criterion to associate dates of diagnosis with subsequent antibiotic prescriptions, so we decided on the described criterion taking into account the epidemiology of the diseases under study. Etiology of community- adquired pneumonia in children based on antibody responses to bacterial and viral antigens. CIAP-1 code chosen by the doctor Table 1and 4 prescription data: Catarrh, flu, coryza, pharyngitis, URTI, severe rhinitis, severe rhinopharyngitis.


Attitudes of primary care physicians to the prescribing of antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance: We established a cut-off point at six years old, since this is the limit in which the use of this group of drugs would be considered as a potential alternative.

The magazine, referring to the Spanish-speaking pediatric, indexed in major international databases: The doctor’s predisposition should be to not recommend this type of drugs, based on current available data. Print Send to a friend Export reference Mendeley Statistics. We considered that a prescription was associated to an episode of disease if it was issued within 15 days after the diagnosis.


Antibiotic prescribing for children with colds, upper respiratory tract infections, and bronchitis. Results During the period under study, a total of 89 children, with a mean age of 4. An Esp Pediatr, 41pp. Bol Ter Andal, 16pp.

The Spanish Association of Pediatrics has as one of its main objectives the dissemination of rigorous and updated scientific information on the different areas of pediatrics. Continuing navigation will be considered as acceptance of this use.

An Pediatr Barc81pp. British Columbia Medical Services Commission, An Pediatr Barc79pp. Allergic rhinitis, vasomotor, chronic, pollinosis.

On the downside, bronquitis en pediatria pdf is becomes clear and from the also listed, but agudq our bronquitis aguda pediatria it becomes obvious that and easy to use options. An Esp Pediatr, 42pp. In consultations no prescriptions were made. Canar Ped, 32pp.

Patients with respiratory problems were evaluated and the following variables were gathered: Given the circumstances, we need to launch interventions aimed at reducing the rate of unnecessary prescriptions and improving the appropriateness of prescribed antibiotics.

Effect of antibiotic prescribing on antibiotic resistance in individual children in primary care: R01B corresponding to nasal decongestants of systemic use, and R05, which includes preparations for coughs and flu. In general, severe respiratory problems are benign and self-limiting; their treatment consists of non-pharmacological and supportive measures. Material and methods A cross-sectional, descriptive and retrospective study was conducted in which an analysis was performed of the respiratory diseases and the prescriptions of 6 Primary Health Care paediatricians who worked in Area V of the Asturian Health Service in Introduction Antimicrobial resistance is a worldwide threat to public health.


Six offices with access availability during the afternoon, three days a month from Mondays to Fridays were randomly chosen 16 Mondays, 5 Tuesdays, 5 Wednesdays, 4 Thursdays and 6 Fridays.

Are you a health professional able to prescribe or dispense drugs? An analysis was broquitis made of the drug datasheet and clinical recommendations clinical guidelines, protocols or ppediatria.

Antimicrobial resistance is a global health problem and is believed to be related to bronquiris use of antibiotics. In the patients diagnosed with R05 and R74, the treatment was unsuitable in 73 and For these reasons, we pose the question of whether the use of these drugs is suitable within our setting. Amoxicillin was prescribed in approximately half of the treated episodes of acute pharyngotonsillitis and URTI, while amoxicillin-clavulanic acid was frequently used bronquitsi treat otitis and acute bronchitis.

In Spain the Ministry of Health qualifies as incorrect use the employment of these drugs under unauthorised conditions and warns about the legal risks that this practice involves.

Frequency of the CIAP-1 codes associated to the use of anticatarrhal drugs. Of these drugs, During the period under study, a total of 89 children, with a mean age of 4. Reducing the problem of bacterial resistance in Spain calls for the development and implementation of measures for antibiotic stewardship.