Critically Ill Patients with Vibrio Infection

July 21, 2019 00:19:47
Critically Ill Patients with Vibrio Infection
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Critically Ill Patients with Vibrio Infection
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Show Notes

With increasing water temperatures, there is a rise in the incidence of V.vulnificus infections in non-endemic regions.  Patients with V.vulnificus infection are often critically ill, can quickly decompensate, and crash within hours.  In this podcast, we discuss the clinical characteristics of this serious infection, along with the current treatments of choice. A very hot and timely topic!

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