CDC resources on Clostridium difficile

Frequently Asked Questions about Clostridium difficile for Healthcare Providers

How is Clostridium difficile infection usually treated?

In about 20% of patients, Clostridium difficile infection will resolve within 2-3 days of discontinuing the antibiotic to which the patient was previously exposed. The infection can usually be treated with an appropriate course (about 10 days) of antibiotics including metronidazole or vancomycin (administered orally).

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