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Lungs & airways
In children under five years of age, can antibiotics help to prevent suppurative complications from undifferentiated acute respiratory infections?
What are the effects of alpha-2 agonists for long-term sedation during mechanical ventilation in critically ill patients?
In adults with acute bacterial meningitis, is adding corticosteroids to standard treatment with antibacterial agents helpful?
In children with acute bacterial meningitis, is there randomized controlled trial evidence to support adding corticosteroids to standard treatment with antibacterial agents?
Do incentives and enablers improve the management of tuberculosis?
How does directly observed therapy compare with self-administration for improving outcomes in people being treated for tuberculosis?
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