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  • Antibiotic treatment in COPD patients
    Antibiotic treatment in COPD patients
    The old Anthonisen criteria are often used to select patients in whom antibiotic treatment is necessary. Are these criteria evidence-based? What about patients without purulent sputum but with fever? Should we rather use antibiotics as a standard treatment in all exacerbations?
  • Chest x-ray positioning: Is PA projection alone sufficient?
    Chest x-ray positioning: Is PA projection alone sufficient?
    Should we always use a posteroanterior (PA) and lateral chest x-ray during the diagnostic workup of patients with respiratory signs and symptoms, or is the PA projection alone sufficient in some instances?

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