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|Abbrev||ABX Guide +|
|Availability||Available for purchase +|
|Definition||Concise, clinically useful information for … Concise, clinically useful information for diagnosing, managing and treating infectious diseases in adults; however it does cover some pediatric topics including vaccines. It is designed for primary care providers and other non-infectious disease specialists as a tool that can be used at the point of care to assist in prescribing antibiotics. care to assist in prescribing antibiotics.|
|Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||Resource +|
|Has role||Database +, and Continuing medical education +|
|Is part of||Unbound Medicine +|
|Keywords||Drug interaction +, Drug +, Evaluation +, Antibiotic +, Clinical +, Contraindication +, Diagnosis +, Disease +, Disease state +, Dosing +, Immunization +, Indication +, Infectious disease +, Literature review +, Pathogen +, Pharmacokinetics +, Side effect +, Treatment +, Vaccine +, Adult +, Pediatric +, and Point of care +|
|Label||Resource:ABX Guide +|
|ModifiedDate||12 March 2013 +|
|Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||Resource +|
|RelatedTo||Resource:Johns Hopkins Point of Care Guides +, and Johns Hopkins University; Maryland; USA +|
|Related disease||Infectious disease +|
|Synonym||Johns Hopkins ABX Guide +, and Johns Hopkins Antibiotic Guide +|