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  • Periodic fever syndromes. [Review]
  • BPBest Pract Res Clin Rheumatol 2017; 31(4):596-609
  • Lachmann HJ
  • Periodic fever syndromes are autoinflammatory diseases. The majority present in infancy or childhood and are characterised by recurrent episodes of fever and systemic inflammation that occur in the a...
  • Seasonality of Common Pediatric Infectious Diseases. [Journal Article]
  • PEPediatr Emerg Care 2018 May 15
  • Lipsett SC, Monuteaux MC, Fine AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Many of the most common pediatric infectious diseases diagnosed in US EDs exhibited seasonal patterns. Large administrative databases can be used to track seasonal disease patterns, with the advantage that they reflect clinician diagnosis beyond microbiologic confirmation. This methodology could aid in resource planning, infection control, and public health educational initiatives.
  • Homeopathy in the Age of Antimicrobial Resistance: Is It a Viable Treatment for Upper Respiratory Tract Infections? [Journal Article]
  • HHomeopathy 2018; 107(2):99-114
  • Fixsen A
  • CONCLUSIONS:  Variations in size, location, cohort and outcome measures make comparisons and generalisations concerning homeopathic clinical trials for URTIs problematic. Nevertheless, study findings suggest at least equivalence between homeopathy and conventional treatment for uncomplicated URTI cases, with fewer adverse events and potentially broader therapeutic outcomes. The use of non-individualised homeopathic compounds tailored for the paediatric population merits further investigation, including through cohort studies. In the light of antimicrobial resistance, homeopathy offers alternative strategies for minor infections and possible prevention of recurring URTIs.
  • StatPearls [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Allen Brady W. BW University of Tennessee Bentley Thomas P. TP University of Central Florida / North Florida Regional Medical Center
  • Lemierre syndrome (LS) is named after the French physician, Andre Lemierre, who in 1936 reported 20 cases of anaerobic septicemia originating from oropharyngeal infections. It is a rare complication ...
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