XDROs in Complex Clinical Infections: An Advanced Course on the Hardest-to-Treat Cases

Learn from expert faculty about identifying extensively drug-resistant organisms and approaches to management including insights on consensus clinical practice guidance recent clinical findings and factors that affect therapy selection through discussion of real-world cases.

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XDROs in Complex Clinical Infections
XDROs in Complex Clinical Infections: An Advanced Course on the Hardest-to-Treat Cases
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Congratulations: You achieved a completion on 04/09/2022

Released: February 03, 2023

Expires: February 02, 2024

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XDROs: Clinical Cases
XDROs in Complex Clinical Infections: An Advanced Course on the Hardest-to-Treat Cases
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Congratulations: You achieved a completion on 04/09/2022

Released: December 16, 2022

Expires: December 15, 2023

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Treating KPC-Producing Infections
Our New Armamentarium for Treating KPC-Producing Infections
Clinical Thought
Congratulations: You achieved a completion on 04/09/2022

Released: January 03, 2023

Expires: January 02, 2024

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Treating S. maltophilia Infections
Treatment Considerations for Stenotrophomonas maltophilia Infections
Clinical Thought
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Released: February 22, 2023

Expires: February 21, 2024

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Yohei Doi, MD, PhD

Professor of Medicine
Division of Infectious Diseases
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Infectious Diseases Specialist
Division of Infectious Diseases
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Emily Heil, PharmD, MS, BCIDP, AAHIVP

Associate Professor
Department of Practice, Sciences, and Health Outcomes Research
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacy Specialist
University of Maryland Medical Center
Baltimore, Maryland

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