Consider Switching to Oral Antibiotics in Select Osteomyelitis Patients

You'll see a continued shift toward ORAL antibiotics for bone and joint infections in adults.

We're used to treating osteomyelitis with IV antibiotics...often for 6 weeks or longer.

Now more evidence suggests that switching to oral antibiotics after about 1 week seems to work as well as continuing IV meds.

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