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Inpatient Pneumonia

Solomon Behar, MD and Vivian Lee, MD
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The majority of pneumonia in children is due to viruses.  In cases of bacterial pneumonia, ampicillin is an appropriate first line agent in a child who is fully immunized and in regions without documented penicillin resistant strains of strep pneumo. Children with effusions may require a chest tube or VATS and broader antibiotic coverage.

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