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October 12, 2018
Findings indicate that treatment interruptions are possible, with caveats.
October 07, 2018
Research indicates that influenza vaccine effectiveness was low but effective in preventing influenza-related hospitalization during the 2016-2017 flu season in Canada.
Investigators report the first real-world data on the safety and effectiveness of G/P for patients on opioid substitution therapy within the German Hepatitis C-Registry.
Keith Kaye, MD, MPH discusses the current successes and challenges in addressing multidrug-resistant infections, as well as expectations for how recommendations will change in the future.
Investigators find school-located influenza vaccination increased coverage and decreased school absence and influenza hospitalization.
Thomas Lodise, PharmD, PhD discusses the importance of practicing risk stratification and exploring combination therapeutic options in patients with drug-resistant infections.
In a Meet-the-Professors session at ID Week 2018, experts addressed strategies to check for drug-drug interactions, direct-acting antivirals for special populations, and the management of hepatitis C virus infection for persons who inject drugs.
October 06, 2018
Individuals with HIV who have been detained at the US border are far more likely to be released having had some consultation about their health and steps to improve their outlook compared with those who were detained several years ago.
New research suggests that flu vaccination setting is associated with vaccination timing.
A Dallas-based study found that an adult hospital with a universal screening policy was far more likely to provide screenings to high-risk patients aged 13 or older.
Study Suggests Sickle Cell Trait as an Adverse Prognostic Factor for COVID-19
Atherosclerotic Plaque Found Highly Prevalent in Older Population in China
Vurolenatide Showing Promise Treating Short Bowel Syndrome