Most Recent Articles by Cindy Lampner, MSLIS
A higher dose of the flu vaccine provided better protection against respiratory and all-cause hospital admissions.
A new study examined whether isoniazid resistance was associated with variations in treatment outcomes in patients receiving standard first-line pharmacotherapy for TB.
Influenza vaccination during pregnancy decreases infant hospitalizations for all-cause acute lower respiratory tract infection during the first 3 months of life.
People who had been vaccinated with the MeNZB vaccine were less likely to have gonorrhea than people who weren't vaccinated.
Results from atrial of clindamycin in cellulitis cast doubt on hospital guidelines.
More Articles by Cindy Lampner, MSLIS
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Infectious Disease Advisor Articles
- ACOG: Updated Recommendations for Influenza Vaccination During Pregnancy
- Pregnancy May Be Independently Associated With Prolonged Detection of Zika Virus RNA
- Curbing Overuse of Blood Cultures in the Emergency Department
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- Fluoroquinolone Use May Increase Risk for Aortic Aneurysm and Dissection
- Fingerstick Point-of-Care Test Allows for Single-Visit HCV Diagnoses
- Clostridium difficile Infection in the Intensive Care Setting
- Combating Medically Important Antibiotic Use in Food-Producing Animals
- Religious Exemptions vs Mandatory Vaccinations: An Expert Perspective
- 2018 Vaccination Schedule: Adults
- Possible Inhibitory Effect of HCV-Induced Steatogenesis by HBV
- Delayed Management of Severe Sepsis, Septic Shock Increases Mortality
- MenB Vaccine Gets Breakthrough Therapy Designation for Children Ages 1-9 Years
- CDC: Recommendations on the Use of Heplisav-B Published
- Non-Targeted HIV Testing in ED Acceptable to Patients