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Morning and Noon Conference

June 2019

Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infections (CLABSI) : Funmilola Ogundipe, MD, Vijay Kodadhala, MD 6/18/19

Prevalence of the use of central venous access devices within and outside of the intensive care unit: results of a survey among hospitals in the prevention epicenter program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Catheter-associated bloodstream infections in general medical patients outside the intensive care unit: a surveillance study.

Reduction in central line-associated bloodstream infections among patients in intensive care units--Pennsylvania, April 2001-March 2005.

An intervention to decrease catheter-related bloodstream infections in the ICU.

Prospective cohort study of central venous catheters among internal medicine ward patients.

Unnecessary use of central venous catheters: the need to look outside the intensive care unit.



Featured Faculty Publications

1. Tiruneh F, Awan A, Diana A, Doshi(2017). Preventing Cushing: Iatrogenic Cushing Syndrome due to Ritonavir-Fluticasone Interaction. Cureus, 9(7), epub. 

2. Kodadhala V, Gudeta A, Zerihun A, Lewis O, Ahmed S, Gajjala J, Thomas A. (2016). Postpartum Tuberculosis: A Diagnositic and Therapeutic Challenge. Case Reports in Pulmology. epub. 

3. Castel AD, ... Rana S, Bryant M, ... Greeberg AE (2016). Disparities in achieving and sustaining viral suppression among a large cohort of HIV-infected persons in case - Washington DC. AIDS Care, 28(11), 1355-64. 

4. Setse RW, Maxwell CJ (2014). Correlates of HIV testing refusal among emergency department patients in the opt-out testing era. AIDS and Behavior, 18(5), 966-71. 

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