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Exotic travel trend poses new challenges for hospitalists

Fever is the most common symptom for which a returning traveler is admitted to the hospital, according to Lisa Winston, MD, assistant professor in the division of infectious diseases at the ... Fauci, MACP, director of the National Institute of Allergy
February 2008

Longer antibiotic therapy in patients with low procalcitonin during COPD exacerbation increased LOS without reducing readmissions

Results were published online on July 2 by Clinical Infectious Diseases.
July 2018

Colistin safe, effective in treating VAP

Results were published in the March 1 Clinical Infectious Diseases. In the six controlled studies that met inclusion criteria, there was no significant difference in clinical response between colistin (72% favorable
March 2012

Solutions to hospital violence

This issue also features the latest news on sickle cell disease, conference coverage on infectious diseases, and a Q&A about Hurricane Maria recovery. ... This issue also includes coverage from IDWeek, the annual meeting of the Infectious Diseases
December 2017

Infectious diseases

Scenarios in the model explored the regional impact of an electronic public health registry that tracked patients carrying CRE, and results were published online on May 9 by Clinical Infectious Diseases.
May 2019

New nonculture panel test accurately identified targeted bacteria in bloodstream infections

The test provided results faster than blood cultures in the industry-funded study, but it's not clear how its use would affect prescribing of antibiotics or patient outcomes, an accompanying editorial noted.
May 2019

You can reduce antibiotic resistance

Sit down with the pharmacy director, get microbiology in the room and whoever the infectious diseases physician leader is. ... Trivedi. And if there is no infectious disease physician around, don't despair.
May 2011

Consult an ID doc, save a life?

For patients with multidrug-resistant infections, an infectious diseases consult may prove lifesaving, a recent study found. ... than those who were not, according to results published online on March 15 by Open Forum Infectious Diseases.
May 2018

Infectious diseases

Despite its seemingly innocuous, if unpleasant, aspect and possibility to do it oneself at home, FMT carries a risk of infectious hazards that needs to be taken seriously.”.
November 2019

Outcomes similar with one or two weeks of antibiotics for gram-negative bacteremia

Results were published by Clinical Infectious Diseases on Dec. 11. The study's primary outcome was a composite of all-cause mortality; relapse, suppurative, or distant complications; and readmission or extended
December 2018

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