A History of Gonococcal Resistance: Are We Screwed?

Gonococcal infection is a growing public health problem that continues to remain of concern in the United States. Infection can occur in a number of anatomical sites, including the urethra, rectum, oropharynx, eye, and endocervical canal. Complications of untreated infection may lead to damage of reproductive organs, which may include pelvic inflammatory disease, infertility, and… Read More

Protamine Sulfate for LMWH

There is much discussion lately regarding new reversal strategies of oral anticoagulants that are rapidly growing in popularity.  While the data to support the use of agents like PCC and aPCCs are limited, our clinical experience is also lacking.  So-called ‘old school’ reversal agents, though infrequently used, still have a place for patients who receive… Read More