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The Respiratory Surveillance Program (RESP) was undertaken over a 10-month period (July to April) during the 1999–2000 respiratory infection season. A total of 16,213 nasal swab samples were taken by primary care physicians in outpatient settings from patients diagnosed as having acute...
To evaluate the prevalence of typical pathogens, level of resistance, and risk factors associated with community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) in the outpatient primary care setting and define current antibiotic treatment for office-based CAP, the Respiratory Surveillance Program (RESP) recruited...
Continuing problems of antimicrobial resistance have prompted the initiation of several surveillance programs. Few, if any, of these programs focus on community-acquired respiratory tract infections seen in routine office-based practices. The Respiratory Surveillance Program (RESP; 1999–2000)...
Hospitalist practice highlights the need for effective communication between doctors that share the care of a patient, and between doctors and patients. Telephone contact with patients after hospital discharge can enhance adherence, inform the hospitalist about the results of treatment or of...
Purpose Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma occurs frequently in patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). We determined the association between the clinical and histologic features of HIV-related lymphoma.
Purpose Mitral valve prolapse is heritable and occurs frequently in the general population despite associations with mitral regurgitation and infective endocarditis, suggesting that selective advantages might be associated with mitral valve prolapse.
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