Evidence-Based Recommendations for Antimicrobial Use in Febrile Neutropenia in Japan: Executive Summary

Masaoka, Tohru
July 2004
Clinical Infectious Diseases;7/15/2004 Supplement 1, Vol. 39, pS49
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the management of febrile neutropenia by the experts from Japan in cooperation with consultants from the U.S. and Europe. According to the author, febrile neutropenia is said to an unexplained high fever usually associated with a decrease in body temperature and can be treated with antimicrobial agents. The author suggested that high or low risk patients for infections, treatment should be based on findings. Several figures are presented for further information.


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