Infection 17,523 articles
- Aneurysm, Infected
- Arthritis, Infectious
- Bone Diseases, Infectious
- Cardiovascular Infections
- Catheter-Related Infections
- Communicable Diseases
- Community-Acquired Infections
- Cross Infection
- Eye Infections
- Focal Infection
- Gingivitis, Necrotizing Ulcerative
- Laboratory Infection
- Ludwig's Angina
Field observations of fish species susceptible to epizootic ulcerative syndrome in the Zambezi River basin in Sesheke District of Zambia.
These results could be useful to fish farmers and organizations interested in improving aquaculture in the area....
Infant growth during the first year of life and subsequent hospitalization to 8 years of age.
Infants with the slowest growth trajectory (smallest birth weight and slowest weight gain) were more likely to be hospitalized between 1 and 8 years of age-particularly for noninfectious illnesses. Infants in the 4 faster growth trajectories differed little in their risk of hospitalization. Adjusted...
[Diarrheal disease in the region of Marrakech, Morocco].
Analysis of reponses concerning therapeutic practices showed heavy reliance on oral rehydration that was prescribed by 98.2% of general practitioners. Dietary analysis was performed by only 24% of practitioners and blood/stool testing was not systematically ordered. Only 3% of practitioners recommen...
[Stimulation of the immune system in children].
The basic mechanisms of specific immune response in children to pathogens with characteristics of cells involved in the process were described. The characteristics of commonly used stimulators (thymus-derived peptides, bacterial lysates and ribosoms, glukans) and the mechanisms of action, target cel...
[Evaluation of colonization by multidrug-resistant organisms and infections' frequency in chronically and incurably ill children under care ...
We analyzed infections in patients of the Hospice in 2008-2009. Frequency of infections, their localization, pathogens and necessity of hospitalization were evaluated. On the basis of microbiological examination we distinguished infections caused by multidrug resistant pathogens. Ninety microbiologi...
[Usefulness of a rapid serum interleukin-6 test combined with C-reactive protein to predict sepsis in newborns with suspicion of infection].
Incidence and risk factors for newborn umbilical cord infections on Pemba Island, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
Signs of omphalitis occur frequently and predominantly in the first week of life among newborns in Pemba, Tanzania. Infection definitions relying on single signs without classifying severity level may overestimate burden. Redness with pus or redness at the moderate or severe level if pus is absent i...
An update on acute postinfectious glomerulonephritis worldwide.
[mPGES-1: it makes us sick!].
Infection control in cystic fibrosis: cohorting, cross-contamination, and the respiratory therapist.
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a complex genetic disease characterized by lung infections that lead to early morbidity and death. Pathogens that commonly infect the lungs of patients with CF include Staphylococcus aureus, Haemophilus influenzae, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Burkholderia cepacia. Aggressivel...