FROM THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE INFECTIOUS DISEASES SOCIETY OF AMERICA BOSTON - Serious infections requiring long-term treatment can be managed safely and effectively with outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy administered by infusion centers, according to a recent study.
What does OPAT stand for?
OPAT stands for Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy
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- Orthogonal Projection Approximation Subspace Tracking
- Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies
- Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telephone Companies
- Obesity Prevention and Treatment (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases; US National Institutes of Health)
- Oceans Program Activity Tracking
- Oklahoma Parents as Teachers
- Operating Profit After Tax
- Oregon Pioneer Association Transactions
- Organizacion Panamenta Antituberculosa (Panama Anti-Tuberculosis Organization)
- Object Position and Tracking Sensor
- Operative Plasterers and Allied Trades Society of Ireland
- Operational Planning and Assistance Training Team (US Army special forces)
- Opinion of the Attorney General (US Navy)
- Occupational Performance Analysis Unit (rehabilitation services; University of Alberta Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- Okanagan Photographic Art Workshops (Canada)
- Oregon Poets against the War
- Office of the Presidential Assistant for Youth Affairs (Philippines)
- Oregon Pro Arte Youth Chamber Orchestra (Lake Oswego, OR; youth orchestra; est. 2001)
- OBERMEYER Planen + Beraten GmbH (German engineering firm)
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Another national and international data source is the Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy (OPAT) registry, which aims to improve delivery of care and outcomes for outpatients receiving parenteral antimicrobial therapy.