By John F. Fisher, MD MACP FIDSA - 29th Aug 2019 - Course previews

How to treat osteomyelitis

Osteomyelitis can arise due to bacteria circulating in the bloodstream due to joint replacement, infection near the bone, or traumatic inoculation. In this video, you'll find out which organisms are usually responsible for these infections in various populations, clinical findings that suggest chronic versus acute osteomyelitis, and how to manage both conditions.

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