Prepared by residents and fellows, this consult manual covers the full spectrum of infectious disease problems. It offers clinicians valuable assistance in determining what infections the patient is at risk for, where and how (s)he acquired the infection, how to evaluate and manage the patient, and what complications to expect. Chapters on infections of each organ system begin with an approach to that organ system. Other topics covered include bioterrorism, sexually transmitted diseases, brucellosis, systemic mycoses, immunizations, and antimicrobials.Drug interactions: Concurrent administration with probenecid or other drugs excreted extensively by active renal tubular secretion may result in ... It has approximately 100-fold greater inhibitory effects against herpesvirus DNA polymerase than against cellular DNA polymerase alpha. ... After doses of 5 mg/ kg IV, peak and trough plasma concentrations average 8a11 and 0.6a1.2 ug/mL, respectively.
|Title||:||The Washington Manual Infectious Diseases Subspecialty Consult|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2005|