Time of Day Affects the Probability of Antibiotic Initiation for Hospitalized Patients with Sepsis
In this retrospective cohort study of patients with hospital-onset sepsis, the probability of antibiotic initiation was lowest at shift changes and gradually declined overnight compared to during the day shift.
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