IDSA Practice Guidelines 17+

Infectious Diseases Society of America

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 52 Ratings
    • Free



Access the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) guidelines app anytime, anywhere! Download the app today and stay up-to-date on IDSA clinical guidelines, interactive tools, and new resources. The app contains features to search through guidelines, bookmark important pages and take notes on key information. Visit the IDSA app for new guidelines that are released throughout the year and new updates to existing guidelines.

The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) provides this app (“App)” for health care professionals only, and not the general public. The App is provided for informational purposes only, and it is not intended to provide medical or treatment advice and may not be treated as such by the user. As such, this App may not be relied upon for the purposes of medical diagnosis or as a recommendation for medical care or treatment. The information on this App is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, contained on or available through this App is for general information purposes only.

What’s New

Version 2.0

- New design with new user interface
- Share functionality for guidelines and chapters
- Optional news notifications
- Technical updates
- Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

ems13too ,

So much potential....but needs more timely updates

Must include recently updated guidelines to be more useful than a Google search -- at minimum a link to the journal page.
The very first guideline i looked for (NTM) linked to the archived 2007 version although the new guideline was published more than 4 months ago.
Conversely, the search function is VERY helpful since it retrieves references to a search term in multiple guidelines.

ushdbdidkdnsksnd ,


App is very clunky and not super user-friendly (similar to ACC app). Good resource though..

Cool kid12547745648348 ,

Inappropriate Description of Glycopeptide Infusion Reaction

When looking through the antimicrobial tab and checking out Vancomycin, dalbavancin, and Oritavancin I was shocked to find that the infusion related reaction that can occur with these agents was titled “Red Man Syndrome” which is absurdly insensitive and inappropriate to the Native American population. I would strongly advice you all to re-word this adverse reaction.

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