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Deadly Sins of Antibiotic Abuse in China

  • Zheng Wang (a1) (a2), Han Zhang (a1), Jun Han (a1), Hao Xing (a1), Meng-chao Wu (a1) and Tian Yang (a1)...
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Address correspondence to Dr Tian Yang, Eastern Hepatobiliary Surgery Hospital, Second Military Medical University, Shanghai 200438, China (yangtian6666@hotmail.com).
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2. YB Li , J Xu , F Wang , et al. Overprescribing in China, driven by financial incentives, results in very high use of antibiotics, injections, and corticosteroids. Health Affairs 2012;31:10751082.

4. R Zhang , K Eggleston , V Rotimi , RJ Zeckhauser . Antibiotic resistance as a global threat: evidence from China, Kuwait and the United States. Global Health 2006;2:6.

7. J Currie , W Lin , W Zhang . Patient knowledge and antibiotic abuse: evidence from an audit study in China. J Health Econ 2011;30:933949.

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Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology
  • ISSN: 0899-823X
  • EISSN: 1559-6834
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