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Problems and potential with probiotics

Image by iStock. “If that definition raises a lot more questions than it answers for you, you're not alone,” ACP Member Krishna Rao, MD, an assistant professor of infectious diseases
January 2018

Fecal transplant pills, other innovations in C. difficile treatment

Speakers at IDWeek 2014 discussed the latest developments in treating Clostridium difficile, including more patient-friendly forms of fecal transplantation.
November 2014

Lab capacity and emerging infections

Daniel J. Diekema, MD, FACP, practices infectious diseases, clinical microbiology, and hospital epidemiology in Iowa City, Iowa, splitting time between seeing patients with infectious diseases, diagnosing infections in the microbiology laboratory,
February 2020

Letter to the Editor

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
September 2008

Top 10 medical myths, busted

One study, published in the March 2012 Clinical Infectious Diseases, assessed 279 patients with previous Guillain-Barré syndrome who received a total of 989 vaccinations, including 405 trivalent influenza vaccinations.
June 2019

HPV vaccination now impacts practice later

Highlights include a keynote speech by the director of the NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, sessions focusing on physician retention and satisfaction, and a new session in
February 2017

What I learned from Ebola

Malaria remains a much more common diagnosis. For this reason, our Ebola plan reminds physicians to consider infectious diseases consultation in the setting of a person under investigation for Ebola, so ... New models for compensation of infectious
February 2020

A warmer, wetter world will mean more work for internists

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.
June 2008

Medical news of the obvious

Medical news of the obvious. Hospitals that are overcrowded and understaffed have less control of MRSA than hospitals that are well-staffed and not crowded, The Lancet Infectious Diseases reports.
February 2020

Ebola question: From the mailbag

spread of infectious diseases need not be history-making-world-changing-events in today’s “modern” era, should it?
February 2020

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