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Clinical References
Antibiotic Stewardship Program
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Clinical References


Antibiotic (ALT) and Ethanol (ELT) lock therapy (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/AntibioticALTandEthanolELT.pdf )

Antimicrobial Renal Dysfunction Dosing Guidelines (Adults) (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/AdultAntiInfectiveDosingRecommen.pdf)

Antimicrobial Recommendations Based on Rapid Identification of Organisms from Blood Cultures (Adult) (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/AntimicrobRecomRapidBloodDiagCUMCadult.pdf)

Anti-Infective Prophylaxis for Adult Hematology-Oncology Patients (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/Anti-Infective_Prophylaxis_Heme-Onc_.pdf)

Candida Treatment Guidelines (Adult) (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/CandidaInfecTreatmentAdult.pdf)

Clostridium difficile Infection (CDI): Guidelines for the Management of Adults Patients (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/ClostridiumdifficileInfection.pdf)

Community-Acquired Pneumonia Guidelines (Adult) (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/Community-Aquired-Pneumonia-IV-PO.pdf)

Cytomegalovirus Immune Globulin (CMV-IG, CytoGam) Indications for Use (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/Cytomegalovirus_Immune_Globulin_Guid.pdf)

Empiric Antibiotic Therapy Guidelines (Adult) (NYP/CU) (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/abx-guidelines-with-cover-FINAL-NYPH.pdf)

Fever and Neutropenia Guidelines (Adults) (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/Fever_Neutropenia_Adult.pdf)

HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Prescriptions for Occupational Exposures (Employees of NYP):


Inhalation/Endotracheal Administration of Antimicrobials (Adults) (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/Inhalation-Endotracheal-Administrati.pdf)

Posaconazole and Voriconazole Dosing and Monitoring (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/PosaconazoleDosingMonitoringAdults.pdf)

Ribavirin, Aerosolized: (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/Aerosolized-Ribavirin-Protocol-8-07-.pdf)

Surgical Prophylaxis Guidelines (Adults) (https://infonet.nyp.org/pharmacy/PharmacyM/SurgicalProphylaxisAdults.pdf)

NYP Infection Control Manual (https://infonet.nyp.org/EPI/Pages/manual.aspx)

NYP Isolation Requirements (https://infonet.nyp.org/EPI/Manual/AppendixA2014.pdf)

IDSA guidelines link (http://www.idsociety.org/IDSA_Practice_Guidelines/)

CDC webpage link (http://www.cdc.gov/)

CDC Get Smart for Healthcare Resources (http://www.cdc.gov/getsmart/healthcare/index.html)

Clinical Pharmacists

Christine J. Kubin, PharmD, BCPS (AQ-ID)

Clinical Pharmacy Manager, Infectious Diseases (NYP/CU)

Dr. Kubin received her PharmD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After completing a PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at the Bronx VA Medical Center, she joined the clinical pharmacy staff at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in 1999. Dr. Kubin is also a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist with added qualifications in infectious diseases. She has been a member of the ASP team since 2000. Her clinical and research interests are focused on the epidemiology and treatment of multidrug-resistant gram-negative organisms, PK/PD dosing, antimicrobial use and impact on resistance, and infections in immunocompromised hosts.

Monica Mehta, PharmD, MPH, BCPS

Clinical Pharmacy Manager, Infectious Diseases (NYP/CU)

Monica Mehta received her B.S. in pharmacy from The University of Houston, PharmD from The University of Texas at Austin, and M.P.H. from Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health.  Dr. Mehta completed a PGY-2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in 2008 and is also a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist. She has been a member of the ASP team since 2012.   Academic and research interests include health care reform, social and population determinants of health, pharmacoeconomics, HIV management, influenza prevention and management, PK/PD dosing of antimicrobials, implications of beta-lactam allergies, as well as management of MRSA infections.

Brian C. Nelson, PharmD

Clinical Pharmacy Manager, Infectious Diseases (NYP/CU)

After receiving his PharmD from Mercer University College of Pharmacy at Atlanta in 2012, Dr. Nelson completed a PGY-1 Acute Care Residency with University of California, San Diego Health System and subsequently came to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital for a PGY-2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency.  He is one of the newest member of the ASP, joining in 2014.  His clinical and research interests include treatment of resistant gram-negative organisms, PK/PD dosing of antimicrobials, HIV management, and utilization of IT systems to promote improved infection management.

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