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Dr. Christina Johns
Senior Medical Advisor, PM Pediatrics

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Category: Infections

  1. Negative health concept. Sad smiley face made from medicine pills.

    A few things antibiotics can do BESIDES cure infections. Sometimes I worry that I write so frequently about the judicious use of antibiotics that people will think I don’t like them or that they are poisonous or something like that. Let me assure you, that is not true. I’ve written so many antibiotic prescriptions that […]

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  2. Reagent Strip for Urinalysis , Routine Urinalysis, check-up anal

    In pediatric acute care medicine, there are many conditions that aren’t really seasonal and exist at a steady, constant rate: many conditions that we don’t talk about very much. Bladder infections, or urinary tract infections (known as UTIs) are in that category. I’ve diagnosed several of those lately, and I want to call them to […]

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  3. Hungry mosquito

    I just got off the phone with one of my absolute favorite gal pals and she described what sounded like a possible new world record set for bug bites this season: both in number and size. Giant, red, itchy blotches covering skin on exposed extremities as well as along the waistline and back, too. This […]

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