Bacterial Meningitis – The Review

Adult acute bacterial meningitis is an incredibly morbid condition (up to 20%). Often considered on the differential diagnosis down the list for your altered mental status/febrile patients, it is not a rather “common” diagnosis to reach in the emergency department. None the less, emergency physicians must consider it, be able to appropriately evaluate for, and […]

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