So the next question that will come of this of course is..if one antibiotic confers some small difference, what about 2 antibiotics? This has obviously not been studied in as much detail and was not the focus of this paper. But in theory, if the rate of MRSA is < 50% and cellulitis is present, trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazle might not be the optimal coverage despite its being cheap. What do you tell your patients who presents with both abscess and cellulitis? Would you recommend 2 antibiotics? Did this study do a subgroup analysis of patients who had more than 5 cm cellulitis?
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