Infectious Diseases in Critical Care Medicine, Second Edition (Infectious Disease and Therapy)

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Our team is particularly skilled at managing antibiotic-resistant infections, a growing issue in the medical community. Using treatment plans that involve newer antibiotics, we can treat many of these conditions safely and effectively.

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Groundbreaking Research. Staphylococcus aureus staph is a common bacterium germ that affects children and adults. It is a "super bug" that has learned to resist many antibiotics and has taken hold in communities, where it can affect children. In the late s, our doctors observed that healthy children from the community were being hospitalized with severe Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus MRSA infections. In , physicians at UChicago Medicine published the first study showing that staph infections were already resistant to many types of antibiotics.

Today, physicians around the world now recognize the problem of drug-resistant bacteria and have limited the use of common antibiotics to more effectively fight these infections. Our infectious disease researchers are focused on new treatment strategies for these infections as well as on understanding how drug resistance spreads. A Commitment to the Community.

Our doctors have a strong history of actively preventing the spread of communicable diseases in the community. The program has provided door-to-door education and outreach to families in Chicago's public housing to increase immunization rates and childhood wellness. More than 80 percent of children enrolled in the program have received their shots on time.

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That's higher than the national average. Current efforts are underway to provide tracking and reminders of missed appointments beginning at birth.

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Our specialists are involved in other outreach programs as well. Buy Softcover. FAQ Policy. About this book Infections and their complications are a very important clinical area in the intensive care unit setting. Show all. Castro, MD et al. Fungal Infections Pages Barnes, R.

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