Carina wrote:Thank you Bagge, but do everyone really have to purchase a book to understand what IDSA say in their guidelines?
does not have to purchase a book to understand what the IDSA recommends. The easiest thing is to go to a reputable
infectious disease physician.
In any case, there were two
options listed for you in the above post. You chose to completely ignore one of them and only focus on the fact that you do not want to purchase a book that would provide you with a detailed, yet concise answer to your many questions. These were the two options:
Option 1: Buy the book and read it with understanding
Option 2: Read what Spanky has posted to you many times over, and over with super-human patience, and persistence beyond what any spirochete could ever attain.
If you choose option 1, you have to purchase the book.
If you choose option 2, it is free. The information is already here at your fingertips for you to read (and re-read) at your leisure. Sometimes people have to read things many times before they are able to understand them. Perhaps this is a good example of why people without the appropriate qualifications, education and experience should not be trying to interpret such information that is clearly outside their area of expertise, unless you are intentionally trying to disrupt and spam this forum.