Archive for category: Infectious Disease

Medical Myths in the Management of Dog Bites

17 Jul
July 17, 2014

Animal bites are a common cause of injury in the United States. About 4.5 million Americans/year (5% of all traumatic wounds in the ED) will sustain a bite injury. Dog bites compromise a majority of these wounds. The classic teaching is that dog bites should not be closed primarily and they should all be prophylactically […]

REBELCast Episode 1

01 Jul
July 1, 2014

Welcome to REBELCast Episode 1, where Matt, Swami, and I are going to tackle a couple of scenarios to help your clinical practice.  Today, we are going to specifically tackle two different topics: Topic #1: Clinically Important Biphasic Anaphylaxis Topic #2: Total Lymphocyte Count (TLC) as a Surrogate Marker for CD4 Counts

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