From the Blogs: Improving Outcomes with ID Consultation — Three More Papers for the Collection

March 1, 2017

From the Blogs: Improving Outcomes with ID Consultation — Three More Papers for the Collection

In HIV and ID Observations, Dr. Paul Sax poses a question: “Why do ID specialists even exist?”

In the latest HIV and ID Observations blog post, Dr. Paul Sax cites three papers and explains why we need ID specialists: better outcomes for patients with cellulitis, fewer amputations for diabetic foot ulcers, and improved survival with ID consult in cases of cryptococcal infection.

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