Healthcare-associated infections are largely preventable with adherence to best practices. A pediatric infectious disease specialist discusses recent efforts to establish best practices across a growing statewide network.
New Cleveland Clinic research shows prior exposure to antibiotics and proton pump inhibitors is associated with an increased risk of acquiring Clostridioides (formerly Clostridium) difficile infection among hospitalized children.
The director of Cleveland Clinic Children’s cystic fibrosis program opines on the merits and pitfalls of newborn screening, when to refer and the benefits of teaming with adult-care specialists.
When enterovirus D68 struck last year, Cleveland Clinic Children’s PICU filled with infected patients virtually overnight. Here’s how its staff drew on experience with other viral threats to ready itself.
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