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Dr. Paul Sax wants to know: What function of electronic medical records would you miss most if it were unavailable? Take the poll.
As of mid-May, 77 clinical cases of Candida auris occurring in U.S. healthcare facilities were reported to the CDC, which first warned about the often multidrug-resistant fungus in June 2016.
In Practice blogger Alexandra Godfrey, PA-C, tells her story of leaving the emergency room against medical advice — and how the experience changed her life.
The CDC has new recommendations for asymptomatic pregnant women who live in or often travel to regions with active transmission of the Zika virus.
Weight loss and several measure of cardiovascular risk were similar in both groups.
A study identifies older, busier practitioners and those trained abroad.
When community care providers used home-based HIV testing and related services, 83% of participating adults knew their HIV status, of whom approximately 74% were receiving ART after 12 months.
The CDC has published new recommendations on when to use two or three doses of the MenB-FHbp vaccine (Trumenba) for preventing serogroup B meningococcal disease.
A new option for patients at high risk for recurrence
A colleague asks Dr. Sax about his go-to regimen in the setting of a solo M184V (methionine replacing valine at position 184 in reverse transcriptase). What would you choose as his antiretroviral regimen?
Small changes have been made to human papillomavirus and meningococcal vaccination schedules.
Treatment options are limited, and supporting evidence generally is poor.
Recommendations on TB testing incorporate recent evidence on using an interferon-gamma release assay for latent TB and nucleic acid amplification testing for active TB.