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lunes, 21 de octubre de 2019

2019 IDSA Guidelines for CAP

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PulmCCM -  October 21, 2019 - By Jon-Emile S. Kenny with illustrations by Carla M. Canepa
The 2019 inception of the ATS/IDSA guidelines for CAP reserves a more pragmatic approach than its screed-like predecessor – clearly defining 16 high-yield clinical questions and answering them under the direction of the PICO framework. Critically, the current recommendations make clear that:
“This guideline focuses on patients in the United States who have not recently completed foreign travel…. on adults who do not have an immunocompromising condition, such as inherited or acquired immune deficiency or drug-induced neutropenia, including patients actively receiving cancer chemotherapy, patients infected with HIV with suppressed CD4 counts, and solid organ or bone marrow transplant recipients.”