Evidence-Based Infectious Diseases, 2nd Edition
September 2009, BMJ Books
Edited and written by the world’s leading infectious disease specialists, Evidence-Based Infectious Diseases contains thoroughly revised clinical chapters, reporting on all new major trials and is ideal for; trainees and clinical instructors in infectious diseases and microbiology, internal medicine physicians and public health physicians.
Part 1: Specific diseases.
Skin and soft-tissue infections.
Bone and joint infections.
Meningitis and encephalitis.
Management of community-acquired pneumonia.
Urinary tract infections.
Sexually transmitted infections.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Part 2: Special populations.
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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