Seeing infectious-disease doctors when get antibiotic-resistant infection can save life

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Seeing infectious-disease doctors when get antibiotic-resistant infection can save life
Aug 9, 2017 ... True, here in the U.S., consumers can't buy antibiotics over the counter, but that hasn't kept physicians and other providers from over-prescribing them with ... Resistance,” Osterholm and Olshaker raise the question of whether physicians have proven themselves unworthy stewards of this sacred, life-saving ...
In a special Journal of Infectious Diseases issue, our doctors talk about diverse career paths in infectious diseases, from global health to HIV. Read the full collection ..... The One Doctor You Need to See If You Get an Antibiotic-Resistant Infection. Seeing an infectious-disease specialist can save your life. Consumer Reports ...
Superbugs are strains of bacteria that are resistant to several types of antibiotics. Each year these drug-resistant bacteria infect more than 2 million people nationwide and kill at least 23,000, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Drug-resistant forms of tuberculosis, gonorrhea, and staph ...
Mar 15, 2018 ... Seeing an infectious-disease specialist can save your life. Consumer Reports shares the details on a new study about antibiotic-resistant infections.
Mar 17, 2018 ... CHICAGO, March 16 (Xinhua) -- When you get an antibiotic-resistant infection, seeing an infectious-disease doctor can save your life, a study of the Washington University in St. Louis shows. The study looked at 4,214 patients from a St. Louis hospital who had one of five types of resistant infections, the ...
Antibiotics are drugs used for treating infections caused by bacteria. Also known as antimicrobial drugs, antibiotics have saved countless lives. Misuse and overuse of these drugs, however, have contributed to a phenomenon known as antibiotic resistance. This resistance develops ...
Oct 25, 2013 ... Many of these infections are resistant to antibiotics, making them extremely difficult to treat. So what is the answer? Get patients the type of care they deserve – in this case, treatment provided by physicians who are experts in infectious diseases. A recent study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases– ...

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