Pediatric patients differ from adults in their pharmacokinetic responses to medications, and as a child grows, these differences evolve markedly, making treatment with pharmaceuticals particularly challenging. This article discusses the many ocular infections common in the pediatric population, as well as how to select the proper pharmaceuticals and calculate pediatric dosing.
Review of Optometry, October 2017
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