Results were published by Clinical Infectious Diseases on Dec. 11, 2018.
Results were published by Clinical Infectious Diseases on July 23. The overall rate of DTR in gram-negative bloodstream infections was 1%, with rates ranging from 0.04% for Escherichia coli
Graber, MD, MPH, an infectious diseases specialist and director of antimicrobial stewardship at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. ... count, said Christopher Tymchuk, MD, PhD, a hospitalist and infectious diseases specialist at the University
Results were published by Clinical Infectious Diseases on April 27. Slightly more than half of the patients (51.5%) received empirical covering antibiotics, with colistin being the in vitro covering antibiotic
A recent survey of Medicare data, published in the September 2011 Emerging Infectious Diseases, assessed prevalence of histo, blasto and cocci (as the fungi are known informally) and found them to ... The Infectious Diseases Society of America offers
Results were published online on Sept. 11 by Clinical Infectious Diseases.
The patients stayed in rooms with two to four beds. The study was published by Clinical Infectious Diseases on Nov. ... 2, 2016, in two online papers by The Lancet Infectious Diseases.
The study was published online February 9 in Clinical Infectious Diseases. ... Because pneumonia accounted for 55% of the final infectious etiologies in the culture-negative group, physicians should consider workup for pneumonia in patients who have
19 in Clinical Infectious Diseases. Three hundred sixty-one (2.11%) subjects developed pneumonia without a known aspiration etiology; 4% died after surgery.
Mehta, MD, an infectious diseases subspecialist and associate professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. ... Edmond, also a clinical professor of infectious diseases at the University of Iowa.