The Dundee classification can predict mortality risk in clinical settings to determine which patients can be managed with oral or IV therapy.
The widespread implementation of ALT-70 into clinical practice may help decrease misdiagnosis rates of lower-extremity cellulitis.
Compared with vancomycin, patients with ABSSSI treated with ceftaroline fosamil had significantly shorter length of hospital stay.
Many of the recommendations by sports organizations are more stringent than ordinary infection control practices for similar conditions.
Although intramuscular antibiotics had been suggested as a prevention strategy for recurrent cellulitis, the evidence is scarce.
Weight-based dosing options for treatment may improve clinical outcomes in patients with cellulitis.
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