IDSA: What, me worry? We witnessed another disastrous match for infectious diseases, nicely (and sadly) described by Dan here. ... Wow, look at those efforts to support a robust infectious diseases workforce!
Boucher, MD, a professor of medicine in the division of geographic medicine and infectious diseases at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. ... About a third of the world's population is infected with TB, one of the deadliest infectious diseases, said Dr.
or cutaneous abscesses, according to findings published in 2010 in Clinical Infectious Diseases. ... The Infectious Diseases Society of America offers clinical guidelines on infections by organ system.
Physicians in Haiti face a new set of challenges as they stem the spread of infectious diseases and restore medical care to a country that had little before a devastating earthquake ... Conditions in Haiti have since improved, but physician volunteers
Poland, professor of medicine and infectious diseases at Rochester's Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and chair of ACP's Adult Immunization Committee. ... Bartlett, MD, MACP, a professor of medicine in the division of infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins
About 70% of electronic consultations to five high-volume specialties (hematology, infectious diseases, dermatology, rheumatology, and psychiatry) were appropriate, ranging from 61% for rheumatology to 78% for psychiatry.
men and women with at least one partner of the opposite sex was about 91% and 85%, respectively, CDC researchers estimated in a 2014 article published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases. ... with the CDC's Division of Viral Diseases.
Fellowship: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, infectious diseases, 1990-1992. Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, infectious diseases, 1992-present, American Board of Internal Medicine, 1988-present.
Photo by iStock. “We looked at 60 other infectious diseases that are required to be reported to CDC and found that, by 2011 and 2012, hepatitis C was already accounting for ... cirrhosis, according to joint guidelines set by the American Association
Speakers at IDWeek 2014 discussed the latest developments in treating Clostridium difficile, including more patient-friendly forms of fecal transplantation.