From the Blogs: Questions from “ID in Primary Care” — Shared and Answered!

October 24, 2016

From the Blogs: Questions from “ID in Primary Care” — Shared and Answered!

Dr. Paul Sax fields questions from participants in the “Infectious Diseases in Primary Care” course, in HIV and ID Observations.

How do I choose between the multiple flu vaccines available? Do we really need to get a chest x-ray on a young patient with suspected pneumonia? In the latest HIV and ID Observations blog post, Dr. Paul Sax answers these and other questions from the annual postgraduate infectious diseases course.

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