ID Week Conference 2019
Browse key titles ahead of this years IDWeek conference, taking place from October 2nd to 6th in Washington D.C. Please come visit us as the Oxford University Press booth (1101).
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC Yellow Book is the definitive reference work for travel medicine. It offers everything travelers and healthcare providers need to know for safe and healthy journeys abroad. Now updated for 2020, this new edition includes country specific risk guidelines, detailed maps showing the distribution of travel-related illnesses, and updated information on new and emerging diseases, including Zika and Ebola.
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Expertly written and exceptionally practical, this book is the most comprehensive resource available on infection prevention across the spectrum of pediatric healthcare settings, including acute care hospitals, ambulatory practices, and long-term care facilities. It provides expert guidance on the nuances and challenges specific to pediatric infection prevention.
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Assembled by the leading educational organization in HIV medicine, this book is an end-to-end clinical resource for the treatment of individuals with HIV/AIDS. It offers state-of-the-art practical advice for professionals working in the care of HIV patients. Newly revised and updated, this new edition features expanded coverage of emerging topics, including aging with HIV, and the pursuit of a cure.
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This text is a new concept in providing a concise overview of the key topics in tropical medicine, using short notes, diagrams, maps, and tables to present the material in an accessible, engaging, memorable, and interesting way. Providing key information in bite-size chunks, it is a useful companion to more complicated texts and serves as an ideal learning and revision tool for students or trainees in infection.
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John G. Bartlett
The seventeenth edition of the pioneering work in HIV medicine. Edited by preeminent authorities in the field, this book is the definitive work for any professional working in the care of persons with HIV. Updated to reflect the most modern recent innovations in HIV prevention and therapy, this text balances old and new approaches to produce a guide to clinical management suitable for any setting.
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Mary E. Wilson
Examines the personal and societal implications of our planet's most import medications. In a question-and-answer format, it unpacks the most complicated aspects of the issue, including how antibiotics are used in humans, plants and animals, and the consequences of overuse. Grounded in the latest scientific research, it offers an overview of where we are and what the future holds as antibiotics lose their might.
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Written by international experts in the field and supported by the review of the available evidence, this book is an essential guide to the principles of antimicrobial stewardship. By examining the key elements to control the rise of antimicrobial resistance, these chapters offer a valuable and practical resource for infection trainees, as well as specialists from the medical, pharmacy, and nursing professions.
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This is the definitive guide to investigating acute public health events on the ground and in real time. Assembled and written by experts from the CDC and other leading public health agencies, it offers current and field-tested guidance for every stage of an outbreak investigation — from identification to intervention and other core considerations along the way.
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Featuring numerous high-quality images and illustrations guiding diagnosis and case discussion, this highly practical guide covers the current approaches and new developments in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of infectious diseases, including chapters on Meningitis, cardiac infections and Focal Central Nervous system infections. Includes sections on community-acquired and healthcare-associated infections.
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Yann A. Meunier
A concise and practical guide to the clinical classification of tropical diseases. Supported by many brief and typical clinical vignettes describing authentic cases and enhanced by over 60 maps, this book is ideal for any new or experienced healthcare provider who needs to understand the methods of diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases encountered in developing regions.
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A long-awaited update to the acclaimed Saint-Frances Guide, this book is the definitive practical manual for learning and practicing inpatient medicine. Its end-to-end coverage of the specialty focuses on both commonly encountered problems and best practices for navigating them, all in a portable and user-friendly format. It is an invaluable addition to trainees and clinicians at any stage of their career.
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This text provides practical step-by-step advice on healthcare associated infection (HCAI) control and prevention in all healthcare facilities. Clear diagrams and quick-access tables help guide the reader through real-life prevention strategies such as hand wash, disinfection, and sterilization. New revised and updated with new information, this is a valuable reference for health officers and educators.
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Tina Q. Tan MD
A one-stop resource for clinicians whose practices involve administering vaccines. At-a-glance immunization schedules, scripts for addressing patient concerns, and frequently asked questions at the end of each section prepare practitioners to meet challenges such as vaccine hesitancy, correct dosing, and the timing of "catch-up" immunizations with confidence.
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Part of the Oxford Medical Handbooks series, this title is a comprehensive reference guide to all essential information on common and rare diseases. Comprehensive in scope, and concise in style, this portable guide ensures that you always have the vital information you need at your fingertips. Fully revised and updated, the fourth edition contains brand new chapters on humanitarian crises and pediatric illnesses.
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