JOURNAL ARTICLE
REVIEW

Skin and soft-tissue infections: classifying and treating a spectrum

Sabitha Rajan
Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 2012, 79 (1): 57-66
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Skin and soft-tissue infections (SSTIs) are a common presenting problem in both inpatients and outpatients. SSTIs have been broadly classified as complicated or uncomplicated, but specific disease processes and patient characteristics are important in guiding clinical management. Early recognition of the extent of infection, close follow-up, and familiarity with local antibiotic susceptibility data are critical to successful treatment.

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Jose Antonio Flores Rivas

Excellent review for those of us that used to work not only in the emergency department set, but also in the out-patient clinic.

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Mohelepi Ndlovu

Practical and to the point. It has impacted on my clinical practice.

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Dormar David Barrios Martínez

Buen artículo - estructurado, fundamentado - excelente para la práctica clínica

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Claire Hollins

Great article. Clear and concise. It will really help with my outpatient rotations as a resident.

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Ana Aguirre

Excelente revision

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Boyan Hadjiev

Very good!

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cristhian resurreccion

Muy bueno

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Dheba Alamary

Excellent article,l face many patients with skin infection who were difficult to treat,but PDF not available for this article . Thanks in advance

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Frank Patrick

Copy of paper please

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brian mikka

Good work

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Rita Cirillo

Excellent article, I see many older residents in long term care with infections. Great information.

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Mahmud Muhyiddin

Nice article its very useful ...

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Sebas Soria

It's a very good article for my practice and help me with some patients. Thanks

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Carlos Daniel Altamirano Bautista

Excelente!

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