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- White Blood Cell Count Can Aid Judicious Antibiotic Prescribing in Acute Upper Respiratory Infections in Children, Janet R. Casey.
- A comparison of 2 White Blood Cell Count Devices to Aid Judicious Antibiotic Prescribing, Janet R. Casey.
- Decreased Antibiotic Prescription in an Italian Pediatric Population with Nonspecific and Persistent Upper Respiratory Tract Infections by Use of a Point-of-Care White Blood Cell Count, in Addition to Antibiotic Delayed Prescription Strategy, Luigi Cioffi.
- Discrepancy between Total White Blood Cell Counts and Serum C-reactive Protein Levels in Febrile Children,V. Peltola.