22 Mar 2019

Travellers’ diarrhoea: factsheet update

Advice on the use of antibiotics for standby treatment of diarrhoea has been updated Travellers’ diarrhoea: factsheet update
Health professionals seeking information about the use of standby antibiotics for patients at high risk of severe illness should they develop travellers’ diarrhoea are advised to access revised guidance from NICE and Public Health England [1,2]. Information is provided in our recently updated factsheet: travellers’diarrhoea.

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