What Did Infectious Disease Clinicians Read on Medscape in 2011?

Susan B. Yox, RN, EdD


December 08, 2011

When infectious diseases (ID) specialists come to Medscape Infectious Diseases, what are they most interested in reading? Do your interests jive with those of your colleagues? Starting with number 10, here is our most read content for 2011 in ID. Let us know if these are your favorites too:

10. Sepsis Drug Xigris Pulled From Worldwide Market

9. Tools for Tracking Antibiotic Resistance

8. Real-World Effectiveness of Herpes Zoster Vaccine

7. Once-Daily Triple HIV Drug Receives FDA Approval

6. The Bachelor's Belly Pain

For more cases like this, go to Challenging Cases, where you will find topics such as Lawnmowers and Lullabies, Sleepiness and Severe Headache, The Lung Tumor That Wasn't, and so much more!

5. New Approaches in the Diagnosis and Management of Latent Tuberculosis Infection

4. Current Medical Management of Diabetic Foot Infections

3. Alternative Therapies for Clostridium difficile Infections

2. I'm Struggling to Live on $160,000 a Year: MD Lament

And the number one most-read article by ID clinicians on Medscape in 2011 was...