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Volume 16, Number 3—March 2010

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Increasing Skin Infections and Staphylococcus aureus Complications in Children, England, 1997–2006

Sonia SaxenaComments to Author , Paula Thompson, Ruthie Birger, Alex Bottle, Nikos Spyridis, Ian Wong, Alan P. Johnson, Ruth Gilbert, Mike Sharland, and on behalf of improving Children’s Antibiotic Prescribing Group
Author affiliations: Imperial College London, London, UK (S. Saxena, R. Birger, A. Bottle); School of Pharmacy, London (P. Thompson, I. Wong); St. George's Hospital National Health Service Trust, London (N. Spyridis); Health Protection Agency, London (A.P. Johnson, M. Sharland); University College London Institute of Child Health, London (R. Gilbert)

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Figure 2

Prescribing rates for antibacterial drugs for children <18 years of age, England, 1997–2006.

Figure 2. Prescribing rates for antibacterial drugs for children <18 years of age, England, 1997–2006.

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