Tag Archives: Infectious Disease

Jean-Jacques Rouby: Nebulized Antibiotics for VAP

Nebulized Antibiotics for VAP

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Don Chalfin: Emerging Methods in Rapid Diagnosis of Sepsis and Infectious Diseases

Emerging Methods in Rapid Diagnosis of Sepsis and Infections Diseases

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Geoff Bellingan: Infection Prevention Measures in ICU

Infecton Prevention Measures in ICU

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Jose Artur Paiva: Fungi in Respiratory Specimens: What Do They Mean?

Fungi in Respiratory Specimens: What Do They Mean?

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Jan de Waele: Intra-Abdominal Infection

Intra Abdominal Infection

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Prof Jean-Paul Mira (France): Invasive Fungal Infections

Invasive Fungal Infections

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Luis Pinzon: Approach to the Febrile Neutropenic Child

Approach to the Febrile Neutropenic Child

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Chad Scarboro: Pediatric Myocarditis

Pediatric Myocarditis

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Yvette Calderon: Project BRIEF – Multimedia HIV Testing in the ED

Project BRIEF – Multimedia HIV Testing in the ED

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Yvette Calderon: Can Therapy as Prevention Reverse the Dynamic of HIV Infection?

Can Therapy as Prevention Reverse the Dynamic of HIV Infection

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Stephen Tantama: “Is That the Flu? … or TULAREMIA?” – Recognizing Bioterrorism

Is That the Flu or Tularemia – Recognizing Bioterrorism

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Greg Moran: Best of the Best in Infectious Disease

Best of the Best in Infectious Disease

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Ellen Slaven: Sinusitis-Bronchitis – Just Give Antibiotics

Sinusitis-Bronchitis – Just Give Antibiotics

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Jason R. Knight: Cellulitis Gone Bad – Flesh-Eating Bacteria

Cellulitis Gone Bad – Flesh Eating Bacteria

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Kevin Rodgers: When Fever Isn’t Infection

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