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(Routine Pediatric and Adult Immunizations)
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  • Evaluation of the influenza-like illness surveillance system in Tunisia, 2012-2015. [Journal Article]
    BMC Public Health 2019; 19(1):694Yazidi R, Aissi W, … Ben Salah A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The influenza surveillance system in Tunisia provided pertinent evidence for public health interventions related to influenza situational awareness. To better monitor influenza, we propose that ILI surveillance should be limited to sites that are currently performing well and the quality of data collected should be closely monitored and improved.
  • The prevention of severe pertussis and pertussis deaths in young infants. [Journal Article]
    Expert Rev Vaccines 2019; 18(3):205-208Cherry JD
  • Today, in the developed world, virtually all deaths due to Bordetella pertussis illnesses occur in young infants. Areas Covered: Pertussis in young infants is characterized by an afebrile cough illness with coryza, apnea, seizures, cyanosis, and emesis. Severe illness is associated with high leukocyte and lymphocyte counts, rapid respiratory and cardiac rates and pneumonia. Many routine intensive…
  • The attitudes, behaviors, and knowledge of healthcare professionals towards the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of bacterial meningitis in Turkey. [Journal Article]
    Hum Vaccin Immunother 2019; 15(1):134-140Dinleyici M, Iseri Nepesov M, … Dinleyici EC
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this large convenient sample of physicians in Turkey, we showed that there are heterogenous approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of bacterial meningitis, also differences between pediatricians and non-pediatricians regarding their beliefs and attitudes, which may be due to differences in the epidemiology and clinical presentation between children and adults. We observed appropriate but unnecessary extended courses of antibiotics for meningitis. Most of the participants thought that children are a vulnerable risk group that should potentially be immunized and that meningococcal vaccines should be included in the National Immunization Program. Our results imply that more awareness is needed regarding diagnosis, treatment, and further recommendations for meningitis at the country level in Turkey.
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