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NHS watchdog tells doctors to stop dishing out antibiotics for impetigo to curb drug resistanceUpdated14 Aug 10:21am

NHS watchdog tells doctors to stop dishing out antibiotics for impetigo to curb drug resistance

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Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection, the most common type in children in the UK. NICE and PHE said antiseptics are just as effective as antibiotics and should be given out by GPs instead.
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