CDC Antibiotic Guidelines

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CDC Antibiotic Guidelines

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Apple Medical 2017.2 June 23, 2017 1.23

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Version 2017.2 released on June 23, 2017
New antibiotic guidelines for 2017

Version 2017.1 released on February 26, 2017
New antibiotic guidelines for 2017

Version 2016.5 released on August 11, 2016
New antibiotic guidelines for 2016

Version 2016.3 released on April 11, 2016
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Antibiotic Guidelines features the most recent CDC antibiotic recommendations for infectious diseases, including the most recent infectious disease updates from Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. CDC Antibiotic Guidelines includes built-in calculators for calculating creatinine clearance and adjusting renally excreted antibiotics. CDC Antibiotic Guidelines includes antibiotic guidelines organized by organ and disease and antibiograms for bacteria, fungi, tuberculosis, and mycobacteria. Antibiotic recommendations are included for inpatients, outpatients, ICU patients, critically ill patients, immunosuppressed patients, penicillin-allergic patients, adults and children. Approved empiric and specific antimicrobial therapy is included. Recommendations include methicillin-resistant Staph aureus, vancomycin-resistant enterococci, macrolide resistant-streptococcus, drug-resistant Strep pneumoniae, extended-spectrum beta-lactamase positive bacteria, and HACEK group bacteria. Includes acute HIV infection, antiretroviral therapy, post-exposure prophylaxis, and neutropenic fever. CDC antibiotics includes ceftaroline, linezolid, teicoplanin, tigecycline, and peramivir. New guidelines for antibiotic surgical prophylaxis. Contents: Bone and Joint Infections Septic Bursitis - Olecranon bursitis and Prepatellar Bursitis Open Fractures Osteomyelitis Newborn Hematogenous Osteomyelitis Children Hematogenous Osteomyelitis Adult Hematogenous Osteomyelitis Methicillin-sensitive Staph Aureus Osteomyelitis Methicillin-resistant Staph Aureus Osteomyelitis Hemoglobinopathy with Osteomyelitis Adult, Contiguous Osteomyelitis with Diabetes, Vascular Insufficiency Long Bone Osteomyelitis after Internal Fixation of Fracture Osteonecrosis of Jaw Spinal Implant Osteomyelitis Sternal Osteomyelitis, After Surgery Chronic Osteomyelitis Foot Osteomyelitis from Puncture Wound without Vascular Insufficiency Osteomyelitis in Child with Sickle Cell Disease Osteomyelitis in Child with Puncture Wound of Foot Septic Arthritis Septic Arthritis in Adult: not at Risk for STD: Non-gonococcal Septic Arthritis in Adult at Risk for STD: Gonococcal Chronic Monoarticular Septic Arthritis Polyarticular, Acute Septic Arthritis Septic Arthritis After Intra-articular Injection Infected prosthetic joint with S pyogenes Infected Prosthetic Joint with Gram-negative bacilli Infected Prosthetic Joint with MSSE or MSSA Infected prosthetic Joint with MRSE or MRSA Propionibacterium Acnes Prosthetic Joint Infection Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Prosthetic Joint Infection Septic Arthritis Infection of Orthopedic Prosthetic Implant And Much More

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