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#IDSA AMR Updates 2023
Updates in ESBL E
To avoid piptaz in non UTI
To avoid Cefepime
No role of Cephamycins
No role of Ceftalazone - Tazobactam
@idcon2022 @id_cure
@IDstewardship ImageImageImageImage
Updates in AmpC
Explained well about How to choose Antibiotics in AmpC - ImageImageImage
Updates in CRE -
Explicitly mentions TOC for NDM, OXA, KPC & while awaiting reports.
No role of Tetracycline derivatives in UTI/ BSI ImageImageImageImage
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In 2020 the #CDC told us: sure, they pushed #IDSA #lymeDisease guidelines for years but they won’t do anything to make up for that now & they don’t care about the chronic long #lyme cases they caused, acute cases will be their only focus &their test works.
2. CDC makes a big deal of pre-test probability (that patient has #lymeDisease) suggesting their #lyme test would show many false positives if everyone was tested 4 Lyme. So that probability deemed likely after CDC’s told docs for 40 YEARS not to test unless in NE or have rash?
3. Minute 2:30- #CDC said they saw #lymeDisease cases (determined from insurance claims) were from the states they expect them to be. He thinks everyone is stupid. Duh, for 40 YEARS they’ve told #doctors not to test if patient isn’t in one of those states!
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Starting a thread on $ITRM because I see it getting pumped all over, and I think a lot of people are set up to get hurt. I am an emergency department pharmacist who treats UTI's, both complicated and uncomplicated, all day long. I'm also on my hospital's ID Stewardship Committee
$ITRM's sole product is sulopenem/probenecid - a thiopenem antibiotic combined with an old gout medicine which is actually being used here to increase the half life of the antibiotic.
Sulopenem is not new. It was developed by Pfizer in the mid-1990s but development was discontinued due to high development costs and sulfurous odors when dosed in human volunteers. $ITRM licensed sulopenem in 2015 and is investigating its use in 3 Phase III trials.
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Desde diciembre 2019 que se reportó el primer caso de infección por #SARS_CoV_2, han surgido un sinfín de tratamientos para esta infección.

¿Pero cual tiene suficiente evidencia científica?

Abro hilo
Empecemos por dejar en claro varios puntos:

#COVID19: Enfermedad provocada por la infección #SARSCoV2.

#SARSCoV2: Nuevo tipo de #coronavirus que por sus siglas en inglés se refiere a 𝘴𝘦𝘷𝘦𝘳𝘦 𝘢𝘤𝘶𝘵𝘦 𝘳𝘦𝘴𝘱𝘪𝘳𝘢𝘵𝘰𝘳𝘺 𝘴𝘺𝘯𝘥𝘳𝘰𝘮𝘦 𝘤𝘰𝘳𝘰𝘯𝘢𝘷𝘪𝘳𝘶𝘴 𝟸
Es decir, puedes tener la infección pero no desarrollar la enfermedad.

Esto es importante para entender la clasificación los @NIH para la infección por #SARSCoV2:

1.- Asintomático
2.- Cuadro leve
3.- Cuadro moderado
4.- Cuadro severo
5.- Cuadro criticó
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