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After three weeks of endovenous antibiotic treatment, in conjunction with infectology, it was decided to prescribe amoxicillin 875 mg + clavulanic acid 125 mg every 12 hr for 3 months at hospital discharge.
The authors also thank the patients and employees of Specialized Outpatient Service of Infectology "Domingos Alves Meira" and the Graduate Program in Tropical Diseases (FMB/UNESP) for the support and for permitting the study.
(4) Department of Infectology and Travel Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of P.
This was a transversal observational study during which we performed clinical-immunological characterization, anthropometric assessment, nutritional diagnosis, and assessed body composition, metabolic alterations, metabolic syndrome components, and general habits (physical activity, smoking, and alcohol consumption) of PLHA during the follow-up of specialized outpatient service in infectology with a clinical HALS diagnosis from July 2015 to July 2016.
The internal organizational structure of the latter committee comprises two physicians specialized in Infectology, one of whom is the technical specialist of the service, two nurses, one of whom is responsible for the coordination of the service, and a member from the administration board.
Evandro Chagas National Institute of Infectology, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ), Rua Conde deBonfim 255, Sala 505, Tijuca, 20520-051 Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
Perhaps the secret of eternal youth is retiring late--he stepped down as professor and chairman of the Department of Infectology at Scripps Florida in 2012--or perhaps it is an active life: he and his wife have just returned from a two-week ski trip in the mountains.
These indicators are: Medicine II (Infectious and Parasitic Diseases / Infectology, Pathology, Pediatrics / Child and Adolescent Health, Neurology / Neuroscience, Psychiatry / Mental Health, Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging, Hematology, Rheumatology, and Programs in the Health Sciences category), Medical III (General Surgery and all surgical specialties), Education, Interdisciplinary, Public Health, Sociology and Nursing.
(1) Course of Tropical Medicine and Infectology, Laboratory of Immunology, Federal University of Triangulo Mineiro, Avenida Frei Paulino, No.
(1) Postgraduate Course of Tropical Medicine and Infectology, Laboratory of Immunology, Federal University of Triangulo Mineiro, Avenida Getulio Guarita S/N, 38015-050 Uberaba, MG, Brazil
Characteristic of respondents by their primary work area Primary work Frequency area/unit N % Internal medicine 234 17.9 G/O and Newborn * 159 12.2 Paediatrics 44 3.4 Surgery 141 10.8 Intensive care 114 8.7 unit (any type) Infectology 10 0.8 Rehabilitation 71 5.4 Laboratory 27 2.1 Anesthesiology 2 0.2 Emergency 19 1.5 department Urology 27 2.1 Pharmacy 11 0.8 Neurology 47 3.6 Radiology 36 2.8 Traumatology 48 3.7 Geriatrics 40 3.1 Other 220 16.9 No response 55 4.2 * G/O and Newborn = Gynecology/ Obstetrics and Newborn unit Table 2.
Leading health care practitioners from the US, who also made their presentation during the symposium were Dr John Norcini, president and CEO of the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) in Philadelphia, Dr Albert Lowenfels, Professor of Surgery and Professor of Community and Preventive Medicine at New York Medical College, Professor A Donny Strosberg from the Department of Infectology, Scripps Research Institute in Florida and Stephen S Seeling, JD, vice-president for Operations, Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) in Philadelphia.