The infectious diseases division at one health network, based at an outpatient office at a main campus (hub hospital), began seeing inpatients with active infections at a 150-bed remote hospital ... Results were published on April 19 by Clinical
Ten years ago, infection control was the biggest trend in tackling hospital-based infectious diseases. ... Dr. Kaye offered an overview of currently available drugs and how they fare against several common infectious diseases and bacteria seen in the
The overall objective of STRIVE (States Targeting Reduction in Infections Via Engagement) was to identify, partner with, and collaborate with hospitals that had disproportionately high rates of health care-associated infections (HAIs).
Sellick, DO, MS, FACP, professor of medicine in the division of infectious diseases at the University at Buffalo in New York. ... and is increasingly resistant to many antimicrobial agents, according to a paper published in April 2008 by the Journal of
Patients with infective endocarditis who received outpatient parenteral antibiotic treatment despite not meeting Infectious Diseases Society of America criteria had no increased risk of mortality or readmission. ... Only 21.7% of the patients who
She chose to enter medicine to help people on the continent, and she ultimately completed a fellowship in infectious diseases with intentions of returning to Africa as a researcher. ... gastrointestinal diseases who are often quite ill and have had long,
penicillin allergy as well as an infectious diseases consultation. ... Results were published online on Feb. 27 by Open Forum Infectious Diseases.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America and the American Society for Microbiology have published a guide to help physicians determine which tests are most useful in diagnosing infectious diseases. ... The guide was published in the Aug. 15 Clinical
Results were published by Clinical Infectious Diseases on June 3. Treatment failure occurred in 18% of patients; 26% developed AKI.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) has released updated guidelines on managing candidiasis. ... The society's 2016 recommendations were published on Jan. 25 by Clinical Infectious Diseases as an update to its 2009 guidelines.