Amidst the clatter of the Middle East, children fleeing danger to come across our borders, and lawsuits against the White House, there’s thi...
Staff writer Mollie Durkin offers more tips from experts on managing this growing problem, as well as a comprehensive overview of the biggest emerging threats on the infectious disease radar.
Reuters recently had an article on Larry, a humanoid simulated vomiting system, which is used to analyze the effect of norovirus environmen...
Media coverage affects how people perceive the threat of infectious disease. ... As opposed to people just going out and conducting their own field research about all the infectious disease in the world.
James A. Curtin, MD, MACP. James A. Curtin, MD, MACP, a former Regent and an infectious disease specialist, died on March 5, 2015, at the age of 89.
said. 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
June's issue of ACP Hospitalist features articles on ICU glucose control, Internal Medicine 2009 highlights of the hospitalist track, and MKSAP questions on infectious diseases. ... Part B (dermatology, endocrinology and metabolism, general internal
While on the infectious disease consult service last week, I walked out of a patient's room, and wiped down my stethescope.
At this time the CDC has not recommended routine vaccination of this age group, which is likely related to lower disease incidence (about 4.6% annually in 50-year-olds, compared ... However, given the lower disease prevalence and risk in this population
Goodbye triclosan and triclocarban. Back when I was an infectious disease fellow, I completed a national survey (along with Anthony Harris) of the availability of tricolsan and triclocarban containing antibacterial soaps. ... Eli N. Perencevich, MD, ACP