The fully updated Second Edition of this case-led text provides an excellent introduction to evidence-based Clinical Practice for the major areas of infectious disease management. The new edition takes on a brand new design and focus, making the book more accessible to junior doctors in infectious diseases and microbiology and general internists. Edited and written by the worldas leading infectious disease specialists, Evidence-Based Infectious Diseases contains thoroughly revised clinical chapters, reporting on all new major trials and is ideal for; trainees and clinical instructors in infectious diseases and microbiology, internal medicine physicians and public health physicians.How does this evidence apply to the example of the patient in Case 3 above? ... recovery and has no further symptoms, he does not need investigative studies, but incomplete resolution or relapse should occasion a work-up. An ultrasound and plain abdominal radiograph can look for structural lesions such as kidney stones or hydronephrosis. ... trial of nearly 200 men compared ciprofloxacin plus tamsulosin, ciprofloxacin plus placebo, tamsulosin plus placebo, and two placebos .
|Title||:||Evidence-Based Infectious Diseases|
|Author||:||Mark Loeb, Fiona Smaill, Marek Smieja|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-08-24|