Consider Drug Interactions When Evaluating Antibiotic CNS Effects

Antibiotic-associated CNS effects often go unrecognized.

We know penicillins, cephalosporins, and carbapenems are linked to seizures...and delirium can occur with quinolones.

Now FDA will require new warnings about quinolone adverse effects.

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