Antipyretic Therapy's future

P A Mackowiak
Clinical Infectious Diseases 2000, 31 Suppl 5: S242-3
There is little doubt that clinicians will continue to seek new and, one hopes, more intelligent ways to suppress fever. In the process, new agents will be developed, new uses will be identified for existing antipyretic agents, new measures will be designed to maximize the benefits of antipyretic therapy while minimizing its adverse effects, and a concerted effort will be made to define more clearly and to promote appropriate indications for such therapy.

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