C. PHILLIP MILLER, M.D., F.A.C.P.
It may seem a bit like looking a gift horse in the mouth to speak about problems in the treatment of infection when so many of them have already been solved by the recent developments in chemotherapy, developments unparalleled in the whole history of medicine. Nevertheless, new problems have arisen which deserve our attention.
Time permits consideration of only three, but they are major problems which have recently become the subject of concern among those responsible for the treatment of infection in our hospitals. The first is the rising incidence of infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria; the second, the increased
MILLER CP. NEW PROBLEMS IN THE TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES1. Ann Intern Med. ;35:763–770. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-35-4-763
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