James talks to Dr Kate Clezy about gentamicin prescribing.
Summary Writer: Bi Yi Chen
Editor: James Edwards
Interviewee: Kate Clezy
Kate Clezy is an Infectious Diseases Physician and the Director of Infectious Diseases at the Prince of Wales Hospital. She is consultant to the SESLHD Clinical Governance Unit for Infection Prevention and Control and Clinical Advisor, Healthcare Associated Infections Program, Clinical Excellence Commission.
With Dr Kate Clezy, Infectious Diseases Physician at Prince of Wales Hospital, New South Wales, Australia
This podcast aims to cover the basics of gentamicin prescribing.
You are a Junior Doctor working in orthopedics. A 75-year-old female develops urosepsis post-operatively and you are considering prescribing some ampicillin and gentamicin. You have checked that she is not allergic to gentamicin.
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