ID Week 2018

Antipseudomonal Monotherapy Efficacious in Pneumonia

Antipseudomonal Monotherapy Efficacious in Pneumonia

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Antipseudomonal combination therapy has shown poorer efficacy than antipseudomonal monotherapy in individuals with suspected pseudomonal pneumonia.

Novel Intranasal Influenza Vaccine Shows Tolerability, Safety, and High Immune Response

Novel Intranasal Influenza Vaccine Shows Tolerability, Safety, and High Immune Response

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NasoVAX, an adenovirus-based intranasal flu vaccine, shows tolerability, safety, and higher cellular immune response compared to an injectable vaccine.

High-Risk HPV Infection Linked With Cardiovascular Disease in Women

High-Risk HPV Infection Linked With Cardiovascular Disease in Women

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Women with high-risk human papillomavirus are at higher risk for developing cardiovascular disease than women without high-risk HPV

Baloxavir Marboxil Safe and Effective for High-Risk Influenza Patients

Baloxavir Marboxil Safe and Effective for High-Risk Influenza Patients

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When compared to placebo, baloxavir marboxil was associated with reduced risk of influenza complications and faster recovery.

Shorter Course Antibiotics May Be Effective for Pediatric Urinary Tract Infections

Shorter Course Antibiotics May Be Effective for Pediatric Urinary Tract Infections

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Rates of urinary tract infection recurrence after antibiotic depletion did not differ significantly between treatment durations of 7 days, 10 days, and 14 days.

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