Guidelines for the initial management of adults with community acquired pneumonia

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July 8, 2019
guidelines for the initial management of adults with community acquired pneumonia

Background this document provides evidence-based clinical practice guidelines on the management of adult patients with community-acquired pneumonia.

Guidelines for the initial management of adults with community-acquired pneumonia diagnosis, assessment of severity, and initial antimicrobial therapy. Niederman ms, bass jb jr, campbell gd, fein am, grossman rf, mandell la, marrie tj, sarosi ga, torres a, yu vl.

В  background this document provides evidence-based clinical practice guidelines on the management of adult patients with community-acquired pneumonia.

Guidelines for the management of adults with community-acquired pneumonia.

В  in 1993, the american thoracic society (ats) published guidelines for the initial management of community-acquired pneumonia, based on available knowledge and a consensus of experts. Since that time, new information has become available in many areas related to this illness, including prognostic scoring to predict mortality, new knowledge of.

В  the american thoracic society and the infectious diseases society of america have updated their guidelines on diagnosing and treating community-acquired pneumonia (cap) in adults.

Introduction community-acquired pneumonia (cap) is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. The clinical presentation of cap varies, ranging from mild pneumonia characterized by fever and productive cough to severe pneumonia characterized by respiratory distress and sepsis.

Improving the care of adult patients with community-acquired pneumonia (cap) has been the focus of many different organizations, and several have developed guidelines for management of cap. Two of the most widely referenced are those of the infectious diseases society of america (idsa) and the american thoracic society (ats).

Guidelines for the initial management of adults with community-acquired pneumonia diagnosis, assessment of severity, and initial antimicrobial therapy.