Complicated skin and soft-tissue infections: Diagnostic approach and empiric treatment options

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Skin and soft-tissue infections are common and generally are uncomplicated at the time of initial presentation. However, these infections can worsen quickly when there are delays in presentation and treatment. Upon encountering these infections, physicians must respond quickly with an appropriate therapeutic plan and be aware of trends in microbial resistance in order to optimize patient care.


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