Tag: UTI

REBEL Core Cast 117.0 – Infections of Pregnancy

Take Home Points Infections are a leading cause of maternal mortality worldwide. Prompt recognition is critical in management. Most infectious processes will require admission and close observation for improvement or decompensation.

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Obstetrics and Gynecology

Pediatric UTIs: Short-Course vs. Standard-Course Antibiotics — Is It Time for a Change?

Background: There is a shifting paradigm towards shorter durations of antibiotics in pediatric infections. Conflicting international guidelines recommend treatment of urinary tract infection (UTI) with antibiotic courses ranging from just 3 days to 7–14 days.1–4 Antimicrobial resistance is a global …

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Infectious DiseasePediatrics

7d vs 14d of Antibiotics in Afebrile Men with UTI

Background: Urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of the most common reasons for anti-microbial use (Tan, 2016). However, the optimal treatment duration for UTI in men is not well studied, and current practice guidelines are based on historical dogma. One …

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Infectious Disease