Prevention and Treatment of Infections

Antibiotic Lock Therapy in Adults

 

SECTION A: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Antibiotic lock therapy (ALT) is most commonly considered for adjunctive treatment of bacteremia associated with central venous catheters (CVC).
  • ALT can also be considered for prophylaxis of bacteremia for certain populations.

 

SECTION B: ANTIBIOTIC LOCK THERAPY (ALT)

Guidelines for Diagnosis and Management of Influenza 2020-21

IDMP GUIDELINES FOR DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF INFLUENZA

2020-21 INFLUENZA SEASON

DIAGNOSTICS

INFLUENZA DIAGNOSTICS REFERENCE TABLE

APEX Name

Assay Type

Viruses

Antimicrobial Prophylaxis Guidelines for Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Patients

Antimicrobial Prophylaxis Guidelines for Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Patients

Pediatric Appendicitis Clinical Algorithm

Clinical algorithms for management of pediatric patients with suspected or established appendicitis:

Guidelines for Sepsis in the ICN

This guideline applies to use of antibiotics in the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital San Francisco Intensive Care Nursery for empiric treatment of presumed perinatal (early-onset, 72 hours of age who have been hospitalized since birth (late-onset).

Empiric Antimicrobial Treatment of Pediatric Patients with Liver Failure and/or Early Post-Liver Transplantation

Guidelines for diagnosis and management of empiric antimicrobial therapy in pediatric patients at UCSF BCH SF.

Necrotizing Enterocolitis/Spontaneous Intestinal Perforation: Antibiotic Selection & Duration of Therapy

Guidance on antibiotic selection and treatment duration for necrotizing enterocolitis

Emergency Department Management of Pediatric Oncology and BMT Patients with Fever

Guidance for ED management of pediatric oncology/BMT patients with fever

Management of Fever in Pediatric Oncology and BMT Patients

Standardized guidelines for management of fever in patients on the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology (Oncology) and Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) services

ZSFGH Restricted Antimicrobials

Restricted antimicrobials at ZSFGH

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