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MAURICE KILLIAN ALLGEIER III, MD, FAAP
COVID-19 co-infections: best practices for a rapid differential diagnosis in pediatrics
COLUM DUNNE, BSC (Hons), PhD, MBA, LLM
Rapid diagnostics in the context of hospital outbreaks, prevention and infection control
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Concerned patients, parents and clinical staff benefit from a rapid diagnosis when an individual is experiencing respiratory symptoms. Isolation protocols and treatment decisions rely on an accurate diagnosis to optimize resource use and improve antimicrobial stewardship.
Join this global webinar for real-world case reports on new and breakthrough infections and practical strategies being implemented in the pediatric and adult settings that help facilitate optimal care and workflow in time sensitive care settings.
- Assess the challenges in time sensitive care areas when patients present with respiratory symptoms;
- Review care pathways and clinical scenarios that require rapid clinical decisions and their impact on patient care and outcomes;
- Evaluate rapid testing methods and their utility in expediting clinical decisions and patient care;
- Share peer-reviewed evidence and clinical cases that incorporate a rapid differential diagnosis.
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