Improving Diagnosis of Lyme Disease: Laboratory and Clinical Approaches
Contagion® Peer Exchange panelists discuss the challenge in diagnosing Lyme disease and new technologies that can improve testing.
The State of PrEP in 2017: Recent Data and Current Challenges
Although a once-daily pill to prevent HIV exists, US populations at highest risk have the lowest rates of usage.
Is Greater BSA Use for Sepsis, Bacteremia Affecting HO-CDIs?
An examination of broad-spectrum antibiotic use in this patient population is essential for developing strategies to mitigate the risk of these infections.
The Time for Antifungal Stewardship Programs Is Now
The growing threat of resistance and substantial costs for treating these infections accentuates the need for programs focused on appropriate treatment.
Keeping Up With Adult Vaccinations
A short summary of key data and recommendations for 2017-2018.
Reassessing Practices Is Critical During an Infectious Disease Outbreak
The constant reassessment of business practices is necessary to ensure that practitioners are not wasting valuable time, resources, and effort on activities that are not producing the desired results.
Exploring the Threat of MDR-TB in the United States
The virulent pathogen has significant individual and public health implications.
Metabolic Syndrome's Link to Liver Fibrosis in Patients With HIV
Obesity is found to be a driver of this process.
Treating HCV in HIV-Coinfection: Still a Therapeutic Dilemma?
Despite the availability of highly active agents against HCV, HIV-infected patients require special considerations for drug interactions when considering treatment options.
New Biosecurity Threats Appear in Less Familiar Forms
The fast pace of biotechnology and an increasingly globalized world have changed the face of health security.
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