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Evidence–Based Infectious Diseases. 2nd Edition. Evidence–Based Medicine

  • ID: 2222559
  • Book
  • August 2009
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Evidence–Based Infectious Diseases, 2nd Edition, uses a unique case–led format to provide recommendations for optimal treatment of the individual patient. The approach is particularly appropriate for infectious disease management, where external circumstances are a major part of every case, and no one situation is typical. It is especially suitable for teaching how to put evidence–based medicine into clinical practice.

Updated and revised for its second edition, the book now offers new sections on:

  • hepatitis
  • the influenza pandemic
  • infections in critical care
  • long–term care in special populations
  • acquired infection in transplantation

This is an invaluable resource for all physicians and specialist staff working with in the wide field of infectious disease.

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Table of Contents.

Part 1: Specific diseases.

Skin and soft–tissue infections.

Bone and joint infections.

Infective endocarditis.

Meningitis and encephalitis.

Management of community–acquired pneumonia.



Urinary tract infections.

Sexually transmitted infections.

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).


Influenza pandemic.

Critical care.

Part 2: Special populations.

Infection control.

Infections in neutropenic hosts.

Infections in general surgery.

Infections in the thermally injured patient.

Infections in healthcare workers.

Long term care in special populations

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Mark Loeb
Fiona Smaill
Marek Smieja
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