UNREASONABLE APPOINTMENT OF ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY IN CHILDREN WITH INFLAMMATION OF THE BRONCHI
Introduction: According to evidence-based medicine, medical errors during the introduction of patients are classified into 3 groups. These are unreasonable use, inadequate use and excessive use. In the course of their activities, many doctors prescribe antibiotics in coordination with pharmaceutical companies and unreasonably prescribe medicines, which, in turn, leads to side effects such as dysbiosis, enzymeopathy and acquired immunodeficiency. Given the above, we set an objective
Objective: To study the validity of the appointment of antibiotics in children with bronchopulmonary pathology.