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Managing C. Difficile – The Latest Strategies and Perspectives

Clostridioides difficile infection, also known as CDI, C. difficile or C.diff, is frequently acquired in hospitals and often results in infectious diarrhea. The infection is highly linked to the use of antibiotics. Mark Wilcox, a Medical Microbiology Professor from Leeds, chaired a symposium at ECCMID23 discussing various aspects of CDI, including the most effective treatment options, existing challenges, and other relevant perspectives. In this MEDtalk, he summarizes key points from the symposium.

Mark H. Wilcox

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