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Blake Cirks, MD Mar 20
I got 3 of the last 4 images easily, thanks rotation 😂😂
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Christie Osborne Feb 13
Replying to @wjmuller
fellow here. My thought would be ambisome/vori up front with plans to go to monotherapy later?
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Elizabeth Ristagno, MD Mar 9
I may be a millennial, but I find it difficult to meaningfully tweet at conferences! 😂
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Kristen Salena Mar 2
Just landed in Halifax, Nova Scotia for two weeks in at ! I’m sure there will be tons of great learning from students and teachers at
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Brian Fisher Feb 26
Terrific blog by CHOP Fellow Bill Otto. Definitely worth a read!
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Jennifer K. Chen, MD FAAP Feb 23
Replying to @DrJenChen4kids
“Impact score” of each antibiotic to encourage judicious use (lowest impact score is what wins) - there is an answer key for judge to refer to - wild cards in case someone doesn’t have the actual antibiotic in their hand
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Christie Osborne Feb 14
Replying to @jdcooperid
From at Children’s Colorado- one hospital, no cap on consults or total pts seen per day. Do have a 2nd attending only team. Average census on fellow team ~15. Weekends split bt 4 fellows. Happy to answer additional questions.
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Infectious Diseases Mar 12
Read this article about the new Strategy launched by the .
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Christie Osborne Jan 19
When your phone gently suggests that you are a huge nerd...
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Elizabeth Ristagno, MD Mar 9
“What are we doing to cultivate courage?....when you know it’s right, you just do it“
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Elizabeth Ristagno, MD Mar 15
8 years ago I matched into Pediatrics . It was the definitive point of my training which made me into a skilled clinician, reaffirmed my ❤️ of , leading me to my dream career Congrats to all medical students for !
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Ann Chahroudi Mar 4
Yes! Medicare/Medicaid required ASPs would promote appropriate antibiotic use AND appropriate compensation from hospitals for ID docs leading these programs. Great article by my colleague David Hyun.
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Sonya Tang Girdwood Dec 10
Those without cardiac abnormalities are admitted to our service and followed by and , who follows them outpatient. I met Dr. Tremoulet in May and heard about your service.
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Jennifer K. Chen, MD FAAP Mar 2
Replying to @UCLAMCH
Dr. Cherry is a doc who clearly advocates for , so I’m pretty sure he would be upset that his work is being deliberately misinterpreted like this 😠 The full article for those who want to (FYI paywall)
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Rolando Ulloa-Gutierrez Mar 11
Importante incluir investigadores de adultos en . Circulating Markers of Inflammation Persist in Children and Adults with Giant Aneurysms after Kawasaki Disease | Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine
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Aubrey Cunnington Mar 9
Registration savings starting from €70 only until March 12th! Join me at  in ! Register Now👉  
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Infectious Diseases Mar 8
Prepare your exceptional research and send it to us! Showcase your latest findings at in Manila! Check out our diverse abstract topics:
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PIDS Dec 12
Congratulations to all the applicants matching into today!! Our field is richer for having you in it, and we are excited to welcome you as colleagues!
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Infectious Diseases Mar 5
Does the MMR vaccine increase the risk for in children, subgroups of children, or time periods after ? Check out this article and find out.
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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Mar 16
Since 1997, disease outbreaks and epidemics have been increasingly reported across Asia Pacific. What are the remaining challenges for control and prevention? New comment:
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