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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    If a doctor’s examination rules out pneumonia, antibiotics should be avoided.[] Clinicians should not use their predictive assessments or their patients' predictions when advising patients on the expected course of a URI.[] This should increase risk for disease, particularly among those whose host resistance is otherwise compromised (e.g., stressed individuals).[]

  • Insect Bite

    When should you see a physician? We're going to talk about that next on Scope Radio. I'm Dr. Tom Miller.[] Superficial (sporotrichoid) infections and a history of outdoor injury should be considered suspicious for cutaneous nocardiosis.[] Miller: Mark, depending on which antihistamine you take, whether that's sedating or non-sedating, how quickly should you see a response in reducing the size of the bite?[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Moreover our case suggests that reaction to loperamide should be added to the etiological list of prolonged urinary retention in young patients.[] In most cases, empirical treatment without bacteriological documentation should be avoided.[] These findings should be useful for the prevention of RVA infections.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Urine collection should not be delayed and cultures should preferably be performed before the start of the antibiotic treatment.[] An "absent" kidney in its normal location should prompt further investigations.[] Susceptibility testing should be carried out on all clinical isolates, and the empirical antibiotic treatment should be altered accordingly.[]

  • Influenza

    Health care providers should offer vaccination by the end of October and should continue to recommend and administer influenza vaccine to previously unvaccinated patients[] Medical history obtained from patients with central nervous system problems should include history of recent vaccinations.[] Future vaccination strategies should focus on the previous identified population subgroups.[]

  • Sinusitis

    You should NOT take an antihistamine for sinusitis.[] Sinusitis: Should I Have Surgery?[] Although the prevalence of sinus pathosis of dental origin is still controversial, otolaryngologists recognize that in the presence of recalcitrant sinusitis, a dental origin should[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Given their accuracy, rapidity, and ease of use, should they replace antigen detection and culture for the detection of bacterial pharyngitis?[] The 5 recommendations approved are: blood exams should not be performed; antibiotics should not be administrated unless microbiologic confirmation of streptococcal infection[] should be obtained.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    If you think you have acute bronchitis, you should call your doctor to be diagnosed and to rule out a more serious medical condition.[] If you have a bad cough that lasts longer than three weeks, or find you have bronchitis symptoms regularly, you might have a chronic form of the disease and should talk to[] Children and adult patients with confirmed and probable whooping cough should receive a macrolide antibiotic and should be isolated for 5 days from the start of treatment;[]

  • Skin Infection

    The efforts to understand the changing epidemiology of CA-MRSA should be continued, and we should raise suspicion of CA-MRSA infection in travelers with skin infections returning[] […] month, her skin lesions had resolved and she resumed chemotherapy.In a setting of immunosuppression, the rare presentation of disseminated herpes zoster without dermatome should[] MDRO isolation should heighten the clinician's level of concern if the prescribed antibiotic did not "cover" the MDRO or potential pathogen that was isolated.[]

  • Sunburn

    The recommendation for sunscreen use should be re-evaluated, as intention to tan is the most important factor in sunburn on vacation and should be targeted more strategically[] Future research should consider the role of acculturation and perceived risk in the sun protection behaviors of U.S.[] Multi-faceted interventions, including role models, parents and peers should help to improve children's sun protective behaviours.[]

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