Suzanne Bujara

Suzanne Bujara

As a medical writer with more than 20 years of experience, Suzanne has written for Medscape, myCME, praxis.md, and Medical Economics magazine. She is passionate about public health, education, and patient advocacy. Suzanne has a BA and MBA from Rutgers University.

Most Recent Articles by Suzanne Bujara

Closing the Gap in Managing Viral Hepatitis Infections in Refugees and Immigrants

Closing the Gap in Managing Viral Hepatitis Infections in Refugees and Immigrants

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To meet the goals of the World Health Organization for reducing new infections and decreasing deaths associated with hepatitis B and C virus by 2030, people on the margins of society will need to be tested and treated, including refugees and migrants from endemic regions, as well as people who inject drugs.

When to Suspect GBS Cellulitis and Necrotizing Fasciitis in Infants

When to Suspect GBS Cellulitis and Necrotizing Fasciitis in Infants

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GBS infections in infants, cellulitis and necrotizing fasciitis, although uncommon in infants, requires swift treatment with antibiotics and occasionally surgical debridement.

Malaria Therapy During Pregnancy Needs a Translational Booster

Malaria Therapy During Pregnancy Needs a Translational Booster

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First trimester treatment for malaria could change with the results of 1 of the most robust meta-analyses to date that compared artemisinin-based therapy vs quinine.

Inflammation May Hold Key to Noncommunicable Disease in  HIV

Inflammation May Hold Key to Noncommunicable Disease in HIV

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As more deaths among individuals living with HIV are not directly associated with communicable diseases, the influence of sex hormones and inflammation on morbidity is coming under scrutiny.

Sepsis Recovery Requires an All-Hands Approach

Sepsis Recovery Requires an All-Hands Approach

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After hospital discharge for sepsis, the healthcare team should focus on identifying new functional, mental, and cognitive impairments and referring patients to appropriate treatment; reviewing and adjusting long-term medications; and evaluating for treatable conditions that commonly result in hospitalizations.

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