Tratamiento profiláctico | 03 MAR 17

Tratamiento de las personas expuestas a enfermedades infecciosas

Ante una persona expuesta a una enfermedad infecciosa: ¿Cuándo está indicada la profilaxis? ¿Cuánto es el riesgo de infección? ¿A quiénes se debe excluir de las actividades laborales o escolares?
Autor/a: Bader MS, Brooks A, Kelly DV  Cleveland Clinic J Medicine 2017;65-80
INDICE:  1. Página 1 | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
Referencias bibliográficas
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