Clinical recognition and management of tularemia in Missouri: a retrospective records review of 121 cases.

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BACKGROUND Clinical recognition of tularemia is essential for prompt initiation of appropriate antibiotic treatment. Although fluoroquinolones have desirable attributes as a treatment option, limited data on efficacy in the US setting exist. METHODS To define the epidemiology of tularemia in Missouri, and to evaluate practices and outcomes of tularemia… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cid/cis706

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@article{Weber2012ClinicalRA, title={Clinical recognition and management of tularemia in Missouri: a retrospective records review of 121 cases.}, author={Ingrid B Weber and George Turabelidze and Sarah Patrick and Kevin S. Griffith and Kiersten J. Kugeler and Paul S. Mead}, journal={Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America}, year={2012}, volume={55 10}, pages={1283-90} }