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ECG Cases 46 ECG in Fever and Infectious Disease

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ALiEM AIR Series | Infectious Disease 2023 Module


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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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SGEM#422: And It was all Yellow-Nasal Discharge and Antibiotics in Pediatric Sinusitis

The Skeptics' Guide to EM

JAMA July 2023 Date: October 17, 2023 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Alasdair Munro is a clinical research fellow specializing in pediatric infectious disease at the University of Southampton. Identifying children likely to benefit from antibiotics for acute sinusitis: a randomized clinical trial.

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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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ACMT Toxicology Visual Pearl: The Black Eschar


Anthrax is a serious infectious disease caused by gram positive, rod shaped, bacteria known as Bacillus anthracis [1]. Patients suspected of having anthrax should have their disposition and treatment determined in conjunction with your Infectious Disease specialists and your state health department. Published 2020 May 12.

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PEMPix 2023 Online Case 3: The Only Thing We Have to Fear


The patient was ultimately discharged on a seven-day total course of cephalexin per Pediatric Infectious Disease recommendations. Exanthematous disease induced by toxic shock syndrome toxin 1 in the early neonatal period. Neonatal Toxic Shock Syndrome-Like Exanthematous Disease in North America. References Takahashi, N.,