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"What they see is what you get": Prescribing antibiotics for respiratory tract infections in primary care: Do high prescribers diagnose differently? An analysis of German routine data

Contributions Conceptualization: Susann Hueber, Thomas Kuehlein, Roman Gerlach, Martin Tauscher, Angela Schedlbauer. Data curation: Susann Hueber. Formal analysis: Susann Hueber, Roman Gerlach, Martin ... Tauscher, Angela Schedlbauer. Investigation: Susann Hueber, Thomas Kuehlein, Angela Schedlbauer. Methodology: Susann Hueber, Thomas Kuehlein, Roman Gerlach, Martin Tauscher, Angela Schedlbauer. Project

Prescribing of long-acting beta-2-agonists/inhaled corticosteroids after the SMART trial

Joan Fortuny 5 10 Robert Reynolds 4 10 Justyna Amelio 3 10 Roman Gerlach 8 10 Martin Tauscher 8 10 Petra Thrmann 7 9 10 Joerg Hasford 0 10 Sven Schmiedl 7 9 10 0 Institute for Medical Information

Utilisation and Off-Label Prescriptions of Respiratory Drugs in Children

Respiratory drugs are widely used in children to treat labeled and non-labeled indications but only some data are available quantifying comprehensively off-label usage. Thus, we aim to analyse drug utilisation and off-label prescribing of respiratory drugs focusing on age- and indication-related off-label use. Patients aged ≤18 years documented in the Bavarian Association of...

Time Trends of Period Prevalence Rates of Patients with Inhaled Long-Acting Beta-2-Agonists-Containing Prescriptions: A European Comparative Database Study

Background Inhaled, long-acting beta-2-adrenoceptor agonists (LABA) have well-established roles in asthma and/or COPD treatment. Drug utilisation patterns for LABA have been described, but few studies have directly compared LABA use in different countries. We aimed to compare the prevalence of LABA-containing prescriptions in five European countries using a standardised...