Kiriakidou and her colleagues, the ANA produces false positives in 3% to 5% of healthy individuals or patients with other autoimmune or infectious diseases. ... Guidelines for the laboratory use of autoantibody tests in the diagnosis and monitoring of
me to another new paper on ID physician salaries in Open Forum Infectious Diseases (free full text here with additional data available on the IDSA website requiring a membership password). ... So for an additional 2 years of training, the Infectious
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. ... MKSAP quiz: Test yourself with infectious diseases vignettes on sudden
Anthony S. Fauci, MACP. Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has made many contributions to the ... understanding and treatment of immune-mediated and
Lone star tick. Ehrlichiosis and anaplasmosis are 2 closely related, tickborne, emerging infectious diseases. ... Source: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases).
Bakken, MD, FACP, an infectious disease specialist and clinical associate professor at the University of Minnesota, they have already tried almost everything. ... difficile as fecal transplant, Dr. Bakken concluded when he published his results in the
program was implemented in 2008, according to an article about the policy in Clinical Infectious Diseases in 2010. ... Hilary M. Babcock, MD, MPH, associate professor in the division of infectious diseases at Washington University School of Medicine in St
Even if a physician were in a position to tell the targeted staff the diseases(s) he knows about, it medically is a bad practice because the physician may not know ... all the infectious diseases an inmate or detainee has, thus creating a false sense of
Schwartz, MD, of the Division of Infectious Diseases/Department of Medicine at the John H. ... As it turns out there are very few infectious diseases for which the duration is known based on randomized, controlled trials.
That could very easily result in a much higher rate of infectious diseases because of the very nature of migration,” Dr. ... No one knows, said Dr. Osterholm. “On the whole, a warmer, wetter world likely means more infectious diseases.