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Don't miss anaphylaxis in the hospital | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist

Perioperative anaphylaxis is a concern because there are a number of potential triggers for a reaction in the operating room, including neuromuscular blocking agents, antibiotics, and chlorhexidine. ... allergic reactions to food, 15 minutes for bee
April 2019

Can we stop the superbugs?

antibiotics. In fact, resistance rates have been rising for many types of bacteria, and no end appears to be in sight. ... How do you deal with antibiotic resistance in your community? What are your thoughts on training for primary care?
May 2017

Resist the urge to overtreat bacteriuria

Antibiotics could be avoided more frequently even in patients who have significant bacteriuria if a physician takes the time to convey potential antibiotic risks. ... Antibiotics for asymptomatic bacteriuria. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2015 Apr
July 2019

‘PharManure’ and some drugs to hate the most

Knight said. One garden-variety antibiotic, on the other hand, was recently found to reduce COPD exacerbations. ... I just worry about putting lots of people on antibiotics for long periods of time,” Dr.
June 2012

Look for subtle differences when evaluating acute diarrhea

You can reduce the duration of traveler's diarrhea by about a day if you give the patient antibiotics. ... antibiotics. antineoplastic agents. antiarrhythmics. antihypertensives. antacids. H2-receptor antagonists. proton-pump inhibitors. prostaglandins.
September 2009

Urgent update on acute diarrhea

You can reduce the duration of traveler's diarrhea by about a day if you give the patient antibiotics. ... antibiotics. antineoplastic agents. antiarrhythmics. antihypertensives. antacids. H2-receptor antagonists. proton-pump inhibitors. prostaglandins.
July 2009

Benefits of clearly defining value in patient care

How should physicians act when patient good (e.g., desire for antibiotics for a viral illness) and social good (e.g., withholding antibiotics to prevent population-level resistance) are at odds?
November 2015

Top 10 medical myths, busted

Myth No. 3: “Sinus” headaches require antibiotic therapy. Many patients will come in two or three times a year, reporting sinus headaches and congestion and adding that once they take antibiotics, ... Now there is new evidence to show that
June 2019

Spare the emergency visit for skin and soft-tissue infections

Rapid resolution of cellulitis in patients managed with combination antibiotic and anti-inflammatory therapy. ... National trends in ambulatory visits and antibiotic prescribing for skin and soft-tissue infections.
November 2012

How to manage sinusitis, CAP in outpatients

Antibiotics eradicate bacterial infection, but there are conflicting data on their efficacy for treating bacterial sinusitis. ... When needed, amoxicillin-clavulanate and doxycycline are recommended as first-line antibiotics, typically given for 5 to 7
July 2016

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