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Abstract Background In 2010, the Clinical Laboratory and Standards Institute recommended a 3-fold lowering of ceftriaxone breakpoints to 1 mcg/mL for Enterobacteriaceae. Supportive clinical data at the time were from fewer than 50 patients. We compared the clinical outcomes of adults with...
Abstract Scleritis is an inflammatory process involving the outer coating of the globe which is characterized by focal or diffuse hyperemia, moderate to severe pain, and frequent impairment of vision. Most cases of scleritis are autoimmune in nature and are managed with topical and/or systemic...
The audio file is available at https://academic.oup.com/ofid/pages/Podcasts. Close Hi, this is Paul Sax, and I’m editor-in-chief of Open Forum Infectious Diseases or OFID, and this is the OFID podcast. Today joining me on this podcast is Dr. Phillip Chang. He’s a fifth-year urology resident here...
Abstract Background Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection in pregnancy has been associated with risk of adverse maternal and infant outcomes in highly endemic settings, but this association is not well characterized in the United States. Methods We conducted a retrospective population-based cohort...
Abstract Background Rapid entry programs (REPs) improve time to antiretroviral therapy (ART) initiation (TAI) and time to viral suppression (TVS). We assessed the feasibility and effectiveness of a REP in a large HIV clinic in Atlanta, Georgia, serving a predominately un- or underinsured...
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