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martes, 14 de abril de 2015

Pie diabético

BoringEM - Posted by Eve Purdy on 2015, 04, 13
"Editor’s note: In this post we are going back to some BoringEM basic content, a case-based approach to classifying diabetic foot infections. It is designed to follow the introductory Chalk Talk: An approach to skin infections, available HERE. This awesome series was created by Alia Dharamsi (@alia_dh) a PGY1 in EM at the University of Toronto.
A fantastic quick reference pocket card is available for download. Click on the picture or link below.


Objectives
  • Classify diabetic foot infections into uninfected, mild, moderate, severe
  • Name the most likely pathogens causing diabetic foot infections of varying severity
  • Prescribe an antibiotic regimen for mild, moderate, severe diabetic foot infections"
http://boringem.org/2015/04/13/medical-concepts-diabetic-foot-infections/