Improving Antimicrobial Use with Rapid Diagnostic Technology Home Study
Rapid testing to improve treatment for antimicrobial infections is discussed here.
In order to receive credit you must watch the video then complete the online evaluation & quiz.
After registration, watch the video then complete the evaluation and the quiz to claim credit.
At the completion of the activity, the participant will be able to:
- List the different types of rapid diagnostic technologies and the types of specimen they can be used for
- Identify the limitations of commercial antimicrobial susceptibility testing
- Summarize the mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance that can be detected through rapid diagnostic technology
- Describe the literature supporting the use of rapid diagnostic technology
- Describe antimicrobial therapy based on the results of rapid diagnostic technology results
John Cerenzio, PharmD PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Resident at The Brooklyn Hospital Center.
John Cerenzio is a PGY2 Infectious Disease Pharmacy Resident at the Brooklyn Hospital Center. He obtained my PharmD from the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy in Brooklyn, New York and completed his PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at the Brooklyn Hospital Center. Upon completion of his PGY2 residency, he will be completing an Infectious Disease Pharmacy Fellowship at the Brooklyn Hospital Center in affiliation with the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy/LIU Brooklyn. His current areas of interest include Gram negative resistance, antimicrobial stewardship, and academia.
Dr. Cerenzio has no conflicts of interest with the activity content.
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