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Endorsed by a multi-disciplinary panel of clinical experts, the Year 2004 ATBS Clinical Consensus Report primarily is directed toward physicians faced with the challenge of managing patients with acute bacterial rhinosinusitis in the primary care, emergency, and urgent care settings. The ultimate goal is to provide a concise, practical, and clinically relevant schemata for day-to-day patient management in which evidence can be put into practice to optimize clinical outcomes.

Acute Bacterial Rhinosinusitis: Patient Assessment, Risk Stratification, Referral Strategies, and Outcome-Effective Antibiotic Selection, Part I