Infection Prevention and Control in Healthcare, Part II: Epidemiology and Prevention of Infections, An Issue of Infectious Disease Clinics of North America
Dr. Kaye and Dr. Dhor have assembled top experts to write about clinical management of infections in Part II of their two issues devoted to Infection Prevention and Control in Healthcare. Articles in this issue are devoted to: CLABSI; UTI; Tuberculosis; Ventilator-Assisted Pneumonia; Surgical Site Infection; MRSA; VRE; Gram-Negative Bacilli; Fungal Infections; C. Difficile, and Emerging Infections including Ebola. Infectious Disease physicians and anyone in the hospital setting will find this issue very useful, as state-of-the-art clinical reviews provide clinical management on these common and emerging infections.
|Author Information||By Keith S. Kaye, MD, MPH, Professor of Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases Wayne State University School of Medicine Corporate Director of Infection Prevention Hospital Epidemiology and Antimicrobial Stewardship Detroit Medical Center Detroit, MI and Sorabh Dhar, MD, Director of Infection Prevention & Hospital Epidemiology Detroit Receiving Hospital Wayne State University Physician Group, and Detroit Medical Center Detroit, MI|
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