NZ Infectious Diseases Research Review Issue 18

In this issue:

Benefits of early ID intervention during hospitalisation
Recommendations on testing for Lyme borreliosis
Inappropriate urine testing in asymptomatic patients
Limiting unnecessary urinary dipstick analysis
Considering empirical treatment for complicated UTIs
Treating periprosthetic knee joint infection after TKA surgery
Managing orthopaedic internal fixation-associated infections
Continuing vs stopping antibiotics prereimplantation for PJI
Oral vs IV antibiotics for bone and joint infections
Successfully reducing SSIs in NZ hospitals
Using an AI Clinician to treat sepsis in intensive care

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