Essentials of Clinical Infectious Diseases, Second Edition

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Essentials of Clinical Infectious Diseases, Second Edition

SKU# 9780826127273

Editors:

  • William F. Wright DO, MPH
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Praise for the previous edition:

“Approaches near perfection…This is an excellent introduction to infectious diseases by a group of authors who take a straightforward and bullet-point approach to thinking and talking about clinical issues…”—Doody’s Reviews

Updated second edition of the concise but comprehensive handbook covering clinical infectious disease for students, residents, primary care medical providers, nurses, and PAs. Written in outline format with short, focused chapters, the book presents a systematic method for understanding basic mechanisms, establishing a diagnosis, and implementing appropriate treatment for commonly encountered problems.

Essentials of Clinical Infectious Diseases, Second Edition begins with a general framework covering basics of clinical reasoning, antimicrobial agents and microbiology, and antimicrobial stewardship. Individual chapters devoted to the broad range of infectious diseases and topics are organized by body system and feature targeted presentation of pathogenesis and risk factors, microbial causes, clinical manifestations, patient work-up, diagnostic criteria, and medical, antimicrobial, and surgical management. The book also addresses important related topics including fever and neutropenia, approach to evaluating ectoparasite-related infections, infectious diseases approach to sepsis, travel medicine, and basics of infection control and hospital epidemiology. Designed for busy practitioners at any level looking to sharpen the clinical problem-solving skills required to provide the highest quality care to patients with infectious diseases.

Key Features:

  • Presents core clinical infectious disease topics in concise easy-to-read format
  • Revised and updated to reflect recent developments in the field consistent with evidence-based literature and current clinical practice guidelines
  • 6 new chapters on lyme disease, anorectal infections, travel medicine, dental infections, antimicrobial stewardship, and clinical reasoning and statistics
  • Focus on the approach to evaluation and management of the patient
  • Incorporates essential antimicrobial therapy information with adult, pediatric, and OB-GYN dosing considerations

Product Details 

  • Publication Date April 28, 2018
  • Page Count 450
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826127273

Table of Contents 

I. Introduction to Clinical Infectious Diseases

Chapter 1. Introduction and Basics of Clinical Reasoning

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 2. Introduction to Antimicrobial Stewardship

Susan L. DeBiase, BS, RN

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 3. Introduction to Antimicrobial Agents

Emily L. Heil, PharmD, BCPS

Neha U. Sheth, PharmD, BCPS

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 4. Introduction to Medical Microbiology

Nicole M. Parrish, PhD, MHS, D (ABMM)

Stefan Riedel, MD, PhD, D (ABMM)

II. Approach to Fever and Leukocytosis

Chapter 5. Fever of Unknown Origin

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 6. Leukocytosis

William F Wright, DO, MPH

III. Approach Bloodstream and Cardiovascular Infections

Chapter 7. Infective Endocarditis

Jennifer Sharkey, MD, MPH

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 8. Infectious Myocarditis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 9. Cardiovascular Implant Prosthetic Device Infections

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 10. Infections Involving Intravascular Catheters and Suppurative Thrombophlebitis

Eric Cox, MD

Kerri A. Thom, MD, MS

IV. Approach to Pulmonary Infections

Chapter 11. Pneumonia

Ulrike K. Buchwald, MD

Devang M. Patel, MD

Chapter 12. Empyema

Gonzalo Luizaga, MD

Luciano Kapelusznik, MD

Chapter 13. Lung Abscess

Adrian Majid, MD

Ulrike K. Buchwald, MD

Devang M. Patel, MD

Chapter 14. Tuberculosis

David W. Keckich, MD

Ulrike K. Buchwald, MD

V. Approach to Gastrointestinal Infections

Chapter 15. Diverticulitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 16. Appendicitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 17. Pancreatic Infections

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 18. Peritonitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 19. Infectious Diarrhea

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 20. Clostridium difficile Colitis

Ryan S. Arnold, MD

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 21. Infectious Gastritis- Helicobacter pylori

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 22. Anorectal Abscess and Fistula-in-Ano

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

VI. Approach to Hepatobiliary Infections

Chapter 23. Cholecystitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 24. Acute Cholangitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

VII. Approach to Hepatic Infections

Chapter 25. Hepatic Abscess

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 26. Hepatitis A

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 27. Hepatitis B

Luciano Kapelusznik, MD

Rohit Talwani, MD

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 28. Hepatitis C

Rohit Talwani, MD

Luciano Kapelusznik, MD

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

VIII. Approach to Renal-Urinary Infections

Chapter 29. Urinary Tract Infections

Janaki C. Kuruppu, MD

Chapter 30. Pyelonephritis and Renal Abscess

Jason Bailey, DO

Janaki C. Kuruppu, MD

Chapter 31. Catheter-related urinary tract infections

Clare Rock, MD

Kerri A. Thom, MD, MS

IX. Approach to Neurological Infections

Chapter 32. Meningitis and Ventriculitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 33. Infectious Encephalitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 34. Brain Abscess

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

X. Approach to Orthopedic-Related Infections

Chapter 35. Osteomyelitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 36. Mandibular and Maxillary Osteomyelitis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 37. Septic Arthritis

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 38. Periprosthetic-Joint Infections

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

XI. Approach to Skin and Soft-tissue Infections

Chapter 39. Non-necrotizing skin and soft-tissue infections

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 40. Necrotizing skin and soft-tissue infections

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 41. Diabetic-Foot Infections

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

XII. Approach to Sexually Transmitted Infections

Chapter 42. Sexual transmitted diseases

Eric Cox, MD

Leonard A. Sowah, MBChB, MPH

Chapter 43. HIV and AIDS

Shivakumar Narayanan, MBBS

Guesly Delva, MD

Bruce L. Gilliam, MD

Robert R. Redfield, MD

XIII. Approach to Infections related to Obstetrics and Gynecology

Chapter 44. Obstetrics and gynecology related infections

Jennifer Sharkey, MD, MPH

Leonard A. Sowah, MBChB, MPH

XIV. Approach to Eye Infections

Chapter 45. Infectious Keratitis

Jason Bailey, DO

Anthony Amoroso, MD

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 46. Endophthalmitis

Adrian Majid, MD

Anthony Amoroso, MD

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

XV. Approach to Sepsis

Chapter 47. Sepsis and Septic Shock

John Vaz, MD

Devang M. Patel, MD

XVI. Approach to Transplant-related Infections

Chapter 48. Hematopoietic stem-cell transplant infections

Michael Tablang, MD

David J. Riedel, MD

Chapter 49. Solid-organ transplant infections

Michael Tablang, MD

Charles E. Davis, MD

XVII. Approach to Ectoparasite-related Infections

Chapter 50. Lyme disease

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

XVIII. Infection Control and Epidemiology

Chapter 51. Travel Medicine

Susan L. DeBiase, BS, RN

William F. Wright, DO, MPH

Chapter 52. Basic approach to Infection Control and Epidemiology

Clare Rock, MD

Surbhi Leekha, MBBS, MPH