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ALiEM AIR Series | Infectious Disease 2023 Module

ALiEM

Welcome to the AIR Infectious Disease Module! After carefully reviewing all relevant posts in the past 12 months from the top 50 sites of the Social Media Index, the ALiEM AIR Team is proud to present the highest quality online content related to related to infectious diseases in the Emergency Department.

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ECG Cases 46 ECG in Fever and Infectious Disease

Emergency Medicine Cases

The post ECG Cases 46 ECG in Fever and Infectious Disease appeared first on Emergency Medicine Cases.

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Travel-Related Illnesses in Children

Pediatric EM Morsels

A “Syndromic” Approach for Diagnosing and Managing Travel-Related Infectious Diseases in Children. Infectious Disease Acquisition in Pediatric International Travelers: A 10-Year Review at a Canadian Tertiary Care Hospital. Glob Pediatr Health. 2021 May; 8:1-16. PMID: 34423077 Flores MS, Hickey PW, Fields JH, Ottolini MG.

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Mosquitoes: small insects, big threats

Emergency Live

A glance at mosquito-borne diseases impacting global health Invisible Threats Mosquitoes are among the most efficient vectors of infectious diseases worldwide. Their ability to spread viruses, parasites, and bacteria has a significant impact on global public health.

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Episode 16 - Recognizing and Managing Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Emergency Department

EB Medicine

Join hosts Jeff Nusbaum, MD, and Nachi Gupta, MD on this episode of EMplify as they take you through the May 2018 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice: Recognizing and Managing Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Emergency Department. This month’s issue was authored by Drs. This month’s issue was authored by Drs.

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The Great Barrington Declaration and “natural herd immunity” versus public health three years later

Science Based Medicine

Unfortunately, as the John Snow Project pointed out last week, the "natural herd immunity" approach has done what could be irreparable damage to public health science and, more importantly, the political and social will to promote public health practices not just for infectious disease but more generally.

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New Duke Criteria! | And They Work!

JournalFeed

Wednesday Spoon Feed : This external validation compared the 2023 Duke-International Society for Cardiovascular Infectious Diseases Diagnostic (ISCVID) Criteria against various other criteria for diagnosing infective endocarditis (IE) and found the 2023 Duke-ISCVID Criteria had the best test characteristics.