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New criteria determine need for echo in bacteremia patients

The study and editorial appeared in the July 1 Clinical Infectious Diseases.
July 2011

Updated C. difficile guidelines address changes in disease strain, drug efficacy

difficile and have published data on the decreased effectiveness of metronidazole in severe disease, said the update by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America and the Infectious Diseases Society of
March 2010

Ethics in daily hospitalist practice

infectious diseases specialist at the University of Chicago Medical Center and director of the American Medical Association's Institute for Ethics. ... If I want to know how to treat an infection, I expect an exact right answer from the infectious
May 2012

Infectious diseases

Results were published online on June 25 by Clinical Infectious Diseases.
July 2019

Recent Research

Meanwhile, an article published in the March 1 Clinical Infectious Diseases examined shortages of anti-infective drugs in the U.S.
June 2012

Journal watch: Recent studies of note

The study, in the April 1 Clinical Infectious Diseases, observed 276 patients who acquired pneumonia while in the intensive care unit. ... The patients were divided into two groups based on the 2005 guidelines from the American Thoracic
October 2010

Infective endocarditis increases ischemic stroke risk for up to two years

Results were published by Clinical Infectious Diseases on April 27. Compared to the matched controls, patients with infective endocarditis had a significantly increased risk of ischemic stroke.
May 2019

Infectious diseases

or close contact with someone who has had infectious tuberculosis since the last test.
May 2019

Is it time to end routine catheter replacement?

O’Grady, MD, an infectious disease specialist in the department of critical care medicine at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. ... Rupp, MD, FACP, professor and chief of the division of infectious diseases at the University of Nebraska
January 2013

Early oral step-down therapy did not increase 30-day mortality rates for Enterobacteriaceae bacteremia

Compared to continuing parenteral therapy for Enterobacteriaceae bacteremia, stepping down to oral therapy within five days of treatment initiation was associated with similar clinical outcomes and earlier discharge in a retrospective multicenter
January 2019

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