The rates of anti-HCV orders and tests were collected from 4 medical specialties within a 30 mile radius of University of Michigan, Ann Arbor campus.
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Researchers from the United States and Italy examined 3 cohorts of women to study rates of miscarriage and infertility in HCV, and how early antiviral treatment can affect them.
The study includes a large number of diverse hospitals which account for approximately 10% of all acute care hospitalizations in the United States in 2014.
Pregnant women who received vaccines containing the pH1N1 antigen for 2 consecutive influenza seasons may have increased risk for spontaneous abortion 28 days postvaccination.
An international panel of experts applied the GRADE system and choose 7 PICO questions to generate recommendations for HAP/VAP.
A systematic review analyzed whether infection with HSV-2 increases risk of HIV acquisition.
Pediatric patients with group A streptococcal pharyngitis should not be treated with antibiotics if results of an RADT are negative.
Increase use of evidence-based care processes decreased mortality associated with S aureus bacteremia in VHA hospitals.
Tumors, such as acute lymphocytic leukemia, cancer of the tongue, and cancer of the penis, are becoming more common in the HAART era compared with the pre-HAART era.
This new risk score may guide the identification of high-risk people who would benefit from preventative measures.
The Orphan Drug Designation Program offers orphan status to biologics and drugs that are safe and effective for rare diseases; also for prevention use.
Looking for a way to reduce inappropriate antibiotic use for adults with acute sore throats, researchers evaluated whether as single dose of oral corticosteriod can effectively reduce likelihood of symptom resolution.
Vulvovaginal candidiasis, bacterial vaginitis, and trichomoniasis are causes of vaginitis and cause significant amount of discomfort for women.
Mass drug administration has been proposed as a method to eradicate Plasmodium falciparum malaria.