Optimised treatment of mycobacterial infections
26 Feb 2020 at 8:30 AM to 5:10 PM
University of Melbourne, Parkville VIC
The University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research
Treatment of mycobacterial infections remains a major challenge for the healthcare community with the requirement for long multi-drug regimens with a high likelihood of toxicity. Patients may have a predisposition to difficult-to-predict pharmacokinetics (e.g. paediatrics, cystic fibrosis patients) or be based in rural and regional areas where patient monitoring is more difficult than in a metropolitan setting.
This seminar will focus on new research trials underway, new data emerging on susceptibility testing, new drugs and treatment regimens as well as optimised dosing.
For more information and the full program, visit cre-reduce.centre.uq.edu.au
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