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Infectious Disease Case Consults
CME

The Patient at Risk for HIV Infection

No commercial support for this activity.

Expiration Date: 4/15/2016
Credit Type(s): CME | Credit: 0.25

This CME activity will focus on the utilization of PrEP in patients at risk for developing HIV infection supplemented with a case presentation….

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Seasonal Influenza
CMECNE

Why Care About Seasonal Influenza in the Age of Ebola?

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Genentech.

February 21, 2015

Seasonal influenza is a serious illness that affects a large number of people annually. Clinicians need to understand it in order to treat it appropriately….

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Does Tropism Change Over Time? What you should know

Does HIV-1 Coreceptor Tropism Change Over Time?

This activity is sponsored by ViiV Healthcare.

January 8, 2015

Does HIV-1 Coreceptor Tropism Change Over Time?….

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Conjuctivitis
CME

Management of Pediatric Conjunctivitis and Otitis/Conjunctivitis Syndrome

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Alcon Research, LTD.

Expiration Date: 3/1/2016
Credit Type(s): CME | Credit: 1.25

Acute bacterial conjunctivitis affects approximately 1 of every 8 children each year, and 5 million cases occur in the United States annually. Although acute bacterial…

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Management of Pediatric Conjunctivitis and Otitis/Conjunctivitis Syndrome
CME

Management of Pediatric Conjunctivitis and Otitis/Conjunctivitis Syndrome

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Alcon Research, LTD.

Expiration Date: 1/23/2016
Credit Type(s): CME | Credit: 1

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Does HIV1 Corecptor Tropism Change Over Time?
VIDEO

Does HIV-1 Coreceptor Tropism Change Over Time?

This activity is sponsored by ViiV Healthcare.

January 7, 2015

Dr. Philip Keiser, Professor of Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch, discusses the different hypotheses that may explain the CCR5 and CXCR4 coreceptor…

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