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Stephen Eppes, MD

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Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
1600 Rockland Road
Wilmington, DE 19899

(302) 651-4421

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Exposure to gastric acid-suppression therapy is associated with health care- and community-associated clostridium difficile infection in children
  2. Fever in a returning traveler: The importance of a good history, physical examination, and focused laboratory testing
  3. Prescriber perceptions of a pediatric antimicrobial stewardship program
  4. Antimicrobial prescription errors in hospitalized children: Role of antimicrobial stewardship program in detection and intervention
  5. Why are young infants tested for herpes simplex virus?
  6. Bone, Joint, and Soft Tissue Infections
  7. Safety and efficacy of enfuvirtide for 48 weeks as part of an optimized antiretroviral regimen in pediatric human immunodeficiency virus 1-infected patients
  8. Tick-borne diseases
  9. Increased incidence of head and neck abscesses in children
  10. Predictive model for Lyme meningitis: A reply [6]
  11. Pediatricians knowledge, views, and perspectives on smallpox and smallpox vaccine
  12. Prediction of Lyme meningitis in children from a Lyme disease-endemic region: A logistic-regression model using history, physical, and laboratory findings
  13. Diagnostic utility of Borrelia burgdorferi cerebrospinal fluid polymerase chain reaction in children with lyme meningitis
  14. Musculoskeletal infections in children
  15. Variable presentation of the cause of lymphadenopathy in two children
  16. Development of IgA nephritis following cat scratch disease in a 13-year-old boy
  17. Single-Dose (30 mg/kg) Azithromycin Compared with 10-Day Amoxicillin/Clavulanate (45 mg/kg per day) for the Treatment of Uncomplicated Acute Otitis Media
  18. Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Lyme disease in children
  19. Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea in a pediatric hospital
  20. Tularemia in Delaware: forgotten but not gone.