|Auflage||1. Auflage, 2020|
|Verlag||Elsevier Health Care - Major Reference Works|
Clearly explains the rationale of opting for one particular treatment or length of course over another in order to arrange appropriate management and follow-up.
Provides focused ID decision support to questions such as:
What diagnostic test should I order?
What is the correct antibiotic for this patient/geographical region?
Are IV or oral antibiotics most appropriate?
How long should the antibiotic course be and when should it be de-escalated?
What special considerations should be taken in immunocompromised patients?
How often should complex infections be followed up?
Uses a succinct, easy-to-read writing style, following a consistent format: Important characteristics/epidemiology; Clinical related data; Rash characteristics; Ancillary diagnostic studies; Treatment; and Other.
Provides visual and quick-reference support with dozens of figures and tables throughout the text.