Until the infection can be controlled in Africa, there is always the chance that a traveler will have silent disease.
Fox. The ranks of gastroenterologists and infectious disease specialists will also be insufficient to take on the potential deluge of patients, added Dr. ... Saag, MD, an infectious disease specialist and director of the Center for AIDS Research at the
19 of 22 specimens sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from the Kansas City outbreak were positive for EV68. ... Eli N. Perencevich, MD, ACP Member, is an infectious disease physician and epidemiologist in Iowa City, Iowa, who studies
an infectious disease specialist and associate medical director for inpatient services at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, Calif. ... Stephen Parodi, MD, ACP Member, chair of infectious disease for Kaiser Permanente's Northern California Region.
Daniel J. Diekema, MD, FACP, practices infectious diseases, clinical microbiology, and hospital epidemiology in Iowa City, Iowa, splitting time between seeing patients with infectious diseases, diagnosing infections in the microbiology laboratory,
In the world of infectious diseases, making progress against one pathogen sometimes means losing ground on another. ... It was kind of a paradox: As soon as you announce your intention to eliminate a disease, the disease rates go back up,” said Bradley
As I write this, the World Health Organization is scrambling to catch up with the global proliferation of this emerging infectious disease, and poised to declare a public health emergency. ... That likely makes it a zoonosis at the start, a disease
The World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, non-governmental groups like MSF, no group has anything close to the logistical capability of the military to quickly deploy ... I realize that the military is not designed
For many health care organizations and infectious disease specialists, the reasons for mandating the yearly vaccine are compelling. ... program was implemented in 2008, according to an article about the policy in Clinical Infectious Diseases in 2010.
Candiduria is neither a symptom nor a sign, and it is clearly not a disease. ... The overwhelming body of evidence points to the fact that the presence of candiduria as an isolated observation generally does not portend subsequent invasive disease.