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TimestampWhat is your level of training or primary profession? Rater: What is your field of expertise, if applicable Rater: Where are you? Comments?
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1/16/2013 13:56:46ResidentEMNew York
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1/16/2013 15:36:49PhysicianEmergency MedicineScotland, United KingdomI like this new rating system - is there active feedback on the site? I cannot comment on accuracy or true to literature without actualy sitting down and doing reading (which I have no time for at present). Someone mentioned only allowing logged on people to do this - I would back this
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1/16/2013 20:27:36PhysicianEmergency medicineCalifornia
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1/17/2013 14:15:56ResidentEMPennsylvania, USAThis is a helpful and relevant post! I like the peer review concept.
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1/25/2013 9:27:47physicinainfectious diseaeCO USAI disagree with the idea of not starting Vancomycin in the ED. Treatment failures are not evident immediately, and should not be assumed. This is what an ID consultant can do, and the ED physician should not be the determinant of the course of antibiotic care. Plus you don't list options for different treatment, so that is not helpful at all for EDs looking at this article.

I do agree with the fact that dosing has been underdosed in the majority of patients, especially with the increasing size of our patients.
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1/25/2013 15:52:35ResidentEMIreland
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1/25/2013 18:46:25physicianEMMDExcellent. Very useful.
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