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Dr. Victoria McEvoy | The Exam Room

Pediatricians left guessing at drug doses

By Dr. Victoria McEvoy
March 31, 2008

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It was one of many bad days I had as an intern at a busy city hospital: One of my fellow interns had tattled to our supervisor that I had written a prescription for amoxicillin that was twice as strong as it should have been. (Full article: 846 words)

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