Initial Therapy Matters for Clostridioides difficile – Get it Right the First Time
C. difficile Clinical Commentary
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• Discuss the selection of antimicrobials considerate of their spectrum and impact on gut microbiota
• Evaluate the role of monoclonal antibodies in the treatment and prevention of recurrent C. difficile infection
• Describe clinical risk factors that increase a patient’s risk for recurrent and multiply recurrent C. difficile infection
• Optimize diagnostic methods to improve recognition of C. difficile infection both in the hospital and community setting
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
Department of Internal Medicine
Rush University Medical Center
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