“There has been a lot of discussion about steroids in sepsis that is potentially practice changing.”
Antibiotic resistance is “one of the greatest problems we face.”
Delaying lumbar punctures for a head CT may result in increased mortality in acute bacterial meningitis
Can we safely perform lumbar punctures (LP) without neuroimaging in patients with acute bacterial meningitis (ABM)?
The speakers' selection of the Top 20 journal articles of the year will be presented.
Rare and unusual antibiotic resistance can be stamped out with aggressive prevention and control strategies.
Clinical question: What is the best management of acute or persistent infectious diarrhea in adults and children?
Higher rifampin doses than customarily used offer better control of TB with safety.
The relatively new field of improvement science provides a framework for research focused on health care improvement.
Urine screening for TB can lower deaths in HIV-positive hospitalized patients.
Influenza-related pediatric deaths dropped below double digits for the first time in 6 weeks.