Bacterial Infections in the Outpatient Setting: Avoiding Hospital Admissions with Appropriate Antibiotic Prescribing– Discuss the role of clinicians in primary and urgent care settings in the diagnosis and treatment of acute bacterial infections in order to prevent hospitalization.
Demonstrate an understanding of the mechanisms underlying antibiotic effectiveness and duration of therapy.
Describe strategies to optimize initial antimicrobial therapy to ensure effectiveness of antibiotics and reduce the development of resistance.
Summarize the features and critical differences amongst available and emerging antibiotics in the treatment of acute and bacterial infections.
1.0 Free CEUs for Nurses
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