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Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal

Print ISSN
0891-3668
Electronic ISSN
1532-0987
Impact factor
3.064
Publisher
Proquest
URL
http://journals.lww.com/pidj
Usage rank
815
Article count
8647
Free count
9
Free percentage
0.00104082
PDFs via platforms
Proquest, Ovid from 2000, LWW, and CSA

  1. Five years of kawasaki disease in the Netherlands: a national surveillance study.

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 33(8):793 (2014) PMID 24463809

    The aim of this study was to evaluate the incidence, disease presentation, treatment and cardiac outcome of Kawasaki disease (KD) in The Netherlands. The national Dutch Pediatric Surveillance Unit was used to prospectively register new KD cases from 2008 through 2012. Questionnaires were sent to ped...
  2. Factors affecting time to death from start of treatment among children succumbing to bacterial meningitis.

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 33(8):789 (2014) PMID 24732447

    We compared time to death after initiation of antimicrobial treatment among 206 children with etiology and other patient characteristics. The risks of dying very quickly (0-4 hours), quickly (4-8 hours) or after longer periods were analyzed by logistic regression. Median time to death was 18.5 hours...
  3. Human Herpesvirus 8 Disease: (Last updated November 6, 2013; last reviewed November 6, 2013).
    Author(s) unavailable

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 32 Suppl 2:O1 (2013) PMID 24569209

  4. Mycobacterium tuberculosis: (Last updated November 6, 2013; last reviewed November 6, 2013).
    Author(s) unavailable

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 32 Suppl 2:V1 (2013) PMID 24569216

  5. Impact of 4.0% chlorhexidine cord cleansing on the bacteriologic profile of the newborn umbilical stump in rural Sylhet District, Bangladesh...

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 31(5):444 (2012) PMID 22189523

    : Randomized trials from South Asia indicate umbilical cord chlorhexidine cleansing reduces mortality and omphalitis. No community-based data are available on bacteriological profile of the cord, early neonatal colonization dynamics, or impact of cord cleansing on colonizing organism...
  6. Evaluation of haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine for routine immunization in Nepali infants.

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 31(4):e66 (2012) PMID 22418662

    We determined the immunogenicity of HibCV in Nepali infants, before its introduction into the routine immunization schedule. : Ninety infants recruited at Patan Hospital, Kathmandu, received 3 doses of the HibCV with routine immunizations (diphtheria, tetanus, whole cell pertussis-he...
  7. Antibiotic susceptibility of Kingella kingae isolates from children with skeletal system infections.

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 31(2):212 (2012) PMID 22252209

  8. Hemagglutination inhibition antibody titers as a correlate of protection for inactivated influenza vaccines in children.

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 30(12):1081 (2011) PMID 21983214

    : The use of the 1:40 HI adult correlate of protection is not appropriate when evaluating influenza vaccines in children. Although a cutoff of 1:110 may be used to predict the conventional 50% clinical protection rate, a titer of 1:330 would predict an 80% protective level, which would seem to be mor...
  9. Genetic differences between invasive and noninvasive neonatal group B streptococcal isolates.

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 30(12):1027 (2011) PMID 21775921

    : Our results illustrate a large molecular diversity among neonatal noninvasive GBS strains. Invasive strains, however, represent only a small proportion of the noninvasive GBS population. These findings suggest a selection process that prefers more virulent strains during invasion....
  10. Increased risk of death in human immunodeficiency virus-infected children with pneumococcal meningitis in South Africa, 2003-2005.

    Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 30(12):1075 (2011) PMID 21799459

    : Pneumococcal meningitis is associated with a high case-fatality ratio among South African children and this is increased by HIV coinfection. Increasing access to antiretroviral therapy and a catch-up program for pneumococcal conjugate vaccine among HIV-infected and malnourished children could reduc...