Antibiotics are frequently abused in cases of acute
bronchitis, especially amongst smokers. This systematic review
suggests that antibiotics are no more effective in smokers
suffering acute bronchitis than in non-smokers.
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Antibiotics are of no benefit to smokers with bronchitis.
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