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Diagnostic and management of spontaneous rectus sheath hematoma.
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Most spontaneous rectus sheath hematomas diagnosed over the last 12 years respond to conservative management, although those related to low molecular weight heparin might require interventional treatment; arteriography with selective embolization of the epigastric arteries is the first therapeutic option. Expand
Prevalence and risk factors for quinolone resistance among Escherichia coli strains isolated from males with community febrile urinary tract infection
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To have a HA-UTI and a previous use of FQ in the preceding month were strong risk factors for QR E. coli, and thus empirical antimicrobial treatment with quinolones should be avoided in these patients. Expand
Differential characteristics of healthcare-associated compared to community-acquired febrile urinary tract infections in males
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Inadequate antimicrobial treatment and all-cause in-hospital mortality was associated with HCA-FUTI and previous contact with the healthcare system has to be taken into consideration when deciding the optimal antimicrobial Treatment in males with FUTI. Expand
Epidemiological and clinical assessment of a shared territorial malaria guideline in the 10 years of its implementation (Barcelona, North Metropolitan Area, Catalonia, Spain, 2007–2016)
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After 10 years of surveillance, a moderate increase in malaria incidence was observed, mostly P. vivax cases imported from the Indian sub-continent, with a slight significant positive slope. Expand
Characteristics of febrile urinary tract infections in older male adults
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Older male adults with a FUTI have different clinical characteristics, present specific microbiological features, and antimicrobial resistance rates, and being an older male was not associated with an increased risk of F UTI caused by MDRO. Expand
Hydropneumothorax: an unusual presentation/complication in community-acquired pneumonia
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A case in which the patient presented with typical clinical findings but atypical radiographic findings which were suggestive of other clinical diagnoses is presented, highlighting the importance of maintaining a high degree of suspicion for typical organisms, even when less common pathogens are suspected. Expand
Prevalence of pedophilia in pregnant women under 15 years of age in Veracruz, Mexico: the role of health public servers
Introduction. Teen pregnancy occurs in 11% of pregnancies in the world; it has important medical implications, but it also has legal implications since in most of the country it is conceived as aExpand
Prevalence and risk factors for fosfomycin resistance among Escherichia coli strains isolated from males with community febrile urinary tract infection.
TLDR
To have a HA-UTI and a previous use of FQ in the preceding month were strong risk factors for QR E. coli, and thus empirical antimicrobial treatment with quinolones should be avoided in these patients. Expand