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Time- And Cost-Effective Strategies

Time- And Cost-Effective Strategies

  • In patients with suspected ARF, it would be prudent to order not only a throat culture, but also ASO and/or AntiDNase B titers, as they will provide evidence of antecedent GAS infection. Because suspected cases of ARF will be admitted to the hospital, this strategy will allow for the earliest possible identification of confirmed ARF.

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