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Retrospective audit of neutropenic fever after chemotherapy: how many patients could benefit from oral antibiotic management?

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Guidelines suggest that carefully selected patients with neutropenic fever (NF) may be suitable for early discharge on oral antibiotics. Despite these recommendations, many centres manage NF with intravenous antibiotic protocols and inpatient care. We have conducted a retrospective audit of patients with NF, and found that 12 of 40 (30%) patients were eligible for early discharge on oral antibiotics and ambulatory care. Further studies into the barriers to ambulatory management in NF are warranted.
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Keywords: antibiotics; febrile neutropenia

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2018

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