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The Sanford Guide To Antimicrobial Therapy 46th Edition eBook PDF download

The Sanford Guide To Antimicrobial Therapy 46th Edition eBook PDF download

The Sanford Guide To Antimicrobial Therapy 46th Edition eBook PDF download

The Sanford Guide To Antimicrobial Therapy 46th Edition eBook PDF download We have made significant improvements in this 46th edition of The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy. First, we thank you for your comments, questions and reviews of our content.

You are an integral part of the collaborative process that results in each updated edition of The Sanford Guide. We strive to provide you with the current range of evidence-based options for treatment, management and prevention of infectious diseases. The Sanford Guide reaches a global audience, which means you should consider our recommendations in light of local resistance and susceptibility patterns, availability of and variations in formulation of antimicrobial agents and other local conditions that guide care for your patients.

 

New material and areas of significant change in this 46th edition include:
• Table 1: major updates include genital tract infections based on new CDC STD Guidelines, kidney & bladder infections, enterococcal endocarditis (also Table 5A), empiric therapy for pneumonia, as well as updated regimens and references..

• Tables 4A, 4B and 4C: Activity spectra (antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral). These tables have been completely reworked, updated and are now color-coded. The color coding
and associated symbols are intended to provide more descriptive categorization of thetable data.

• Table 7: Drug Desensitization. Desensitization methods for additional drugs are added.
• Table 8: Pregnancy Risk and ofAntimicrobial During Lactation. This new table adds data on safety of antimicrobials in lactating mothers.

• Table 10A (and elsewhere): New antibacterials added: ceftazidime-avibactam and cefto I oza ne-tazobactam.
• Table 1 1: New antifungal drug: Isavuconazole added.
• Table 14 (HCV): New direct-acting agents and combination agents and updated HCV
treatment regimens
• Table 16: Pediatric Dosing. Reinstated in this edition is a new table summarizing dosing of antimicrobials in children age 28 days and older.

• Table 1 7A: Dosing in Renal Impairment. This table has also been thoroughly reworked and reviewed for improved clarity in our recommendations. As always, all content has been updated with new references from the published literature, including new practice and treatment guidelines, updated prescribing information and drug safety information. Some recommendations suggest the use of agents for indications or in doses other than found in product labeling.

Such recommendations are based on published reports in peer-reviewed literature; they are not based on input from any pharmaceutical manufacturer. They are made with due consideration of the concerns of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regarding ”off-label” uses. We provide reference(s) for and, in some cases, annotate such recommendations with the notation “NAI” meaning not an FDA-approved indication or dose.

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