You are a doctor and your patient is a small boy, 6 years old. He has an ear infection: the ear is red and inflamed and the boy is fussy (seems to be feverish). You do not definitively know the causative agent of the infection (it could be Streptococcus pyogenes, Haemophilus influenzae, or a number of other possible pathogens). You have 3 treatment options. Give the pros and cons for each option and decide which you would choose (or come up with your own or decide on a combination). Your decision (and pros/cons) should consider what is best for the child AND what is best for the entire population.
Note: assume the drug in #1 and the drug in #2 have the same side effects (they are similar broad-spectrum drugs) so different side effects or “strength” of the drug isn’t a problem
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