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Exploring a Case in vHABP Care From Physician & Patient Perspectives

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Exploring a Case in vHABP Care From Physician & Patient Perspectives

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Many challenges are faced when treating ventilated hospital-acquired bacterial pneumonia, but these insights from a physician and patient can help.

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    Ventilated hospital-acquired bacterial pneumonia (vHABP) is bacterial pneumonia that occurs 48 hours or more after admission, which was not incubating at the time of admission, where that patient subsequently experiences acute respiratory failure and requires ventilation. Since there are a number of key challenges faced when treating these critically ill patients, Dr. Joshua Rosenberg is here to share a patient case in vHABP care demonstrating common challenges encountered and the importance of selecting a timely and appropriate antibiotic therapy.
Schedule4 Oct 2022
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