Most Recent Articles by Batya Swift Yasgur, MA, LSW
Pharmacokinetic assessment is a major component in choosing route of admission with antiretroviral agents for HIV infection.
Using antimicrobial dressing instead of a non-antimicrobial dressing may increase healing of diabetic foot ulcers.
Researchers found no evidence supporting the use of pre-admission antibiotics for cases on non-severe meningococcal disease.
Obesity may increase the risk of influenza and influenza-like illness.
A Cochrane Review has found no evidence to support using vaccines to prevent the common cold.
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Infectious Disease Advisor Articles
- Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Have Long Resided on Ready-to-Eat Foods
- No Benefits Seen for Adjunctive Clindamycin in Cellulitis
- Tuberculosis Vaccine May Reverse Type 1 Diabetes
- Antimicrobial Dressing For Diabetic Foot Ulcers Improve Healing
- Antibiotic Use Ineffective in Non-Severe Meningococcal Disease
- Maternal Antibodies Hinder Antigenic Responses to Vaccines in Infants
- Sepsis-Related Mortality Decreased With Rapid Implementation of Protocol
- New Assay Targets Susceptibility to Ciprofloxacin in Gonorrhea
- Gut Microbiota Associated With Parkinson's Disease Progression
- Decrease Rate of S aureus Resistance Seen With Certain Antibiotics