Search results for "Infectious disease"

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Don't drink the water

ACP Internist's latest cover article describes the potential environmental impact of disposing of drugs down the drain and into the water s...
January 2020

What is shingles?

Thanks to my patient for allowing me to use her photo to talk about a common condition known as shingles. The medical name is herpes zoster ...
January 2020

Let's talk Ebola

Until the infection can be controlled in Africa, there is always the chance that a traveler will have silent disease.
January 2020

The enemy within

The enemy within. There are a couple studies out, 1 in Clinical Infectious Diseases (from WashU) and 1 in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology (from Houston), that carry the same message: ... difficile-associated disease (CDAD) are not
January 2020

Can we stop the superbugs?

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.
May 2017

Infectious diseases and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad match

Here we go again. Another internal medicine subspecialty “match day” and another record (bad) day for infectious disease as a subspecialty. ... It's aDaniel J. Diekema, MD, FACP, practices infectious diseases, clinical microbiology, and hospital
January 2020


He then joined faculty at the University of Maryland, eventually becoming professor and chairman of the infectious disease department. ... He was an author or co-author of more than 160 scientific papers and book chapters related to these topics and a
January 2012

Mandated flu vaccines may be ‘new norm’ in health care

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.
October 2015

Cuba is just across the water, but medically, a different world

Dr. Drain, who is now an infectious disease fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, recently spoke with ACP Internist about his experiences in Cuba
September 2010

Medical fright: Ebola

Amidst the clatter of the Middle East, children fleeing danger to come across our borders, and lawsuits against the White House, there’s thi...
January 2020

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