ORAL antibiotics will be used more for bone or joint infections

ORAL antibiotics will be used more for bone or joint infections.

Treating these infections used to mean weeks of IV antibiotics.

But switching to oral meds after just 1 to 4 weeks often works as well, is more convenient, and costs less.

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