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<p class="Source---Synopsis"><span class="Synopsis---Source-header-black"><strong>SYNOPSIS</strong></span>: A prospective cohort study from three hospitals determined that patients who did not receive a preferred beta-lactam antibiotic were at greater risk for an adverse event (adjusted odds ratio, 3.1; 95% confidence interval, 1.28-7.89) compared to controls without a beta-lactam allergy.</p>

Reported Beta-lactam Allergy Is Associated with More Adverse Events Among Inpatients