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  • Clinical Management of Infectious Diarrhea. [Journal Article]
    Rev Recent Clin Trials. 2020 Jun 28 [Online ahead of print]Siciliano V, Nista EC, … Franceschi F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Even though the majority of intestinal infections are self-limiting in immunocompetent individuals, specific diagnosis and identification of the causative agent remain crucial from a public health and epidemiological perspective. Specific diagnostic investigation can be reserved for patients with severe dehydration, more severe illness, persistent fever, bloody stools or immunosuppression, and for cases of suspected nosocomial infection or outbreak and it includes complete blood count, creatinine and electrolytes, determination of leukocytes and lactoferrin precence in the stools, stool culture, together with C. difficile testing, PCR, ova and parasites' search, endoscopy and abdominal imaging. Since acute diarrhea is most often self-limited and caused by viruses, routine antibiotic use is not recommended for most adults with mild, watery diarrhea. However, when used appropriately, antibiotics are effective against shigellosis, campylobacteriosis, C. difficile colitis, traveler's diarrhea, and protozoal infections. Furthermore, antibiotics use should be considered in patients who are older than 65 years, immunocompromised, severely ill, or septic.
  • Urbanization and mortality in Britain, c. 1800-50. [Journal Article]
    Econ Hist Rev. 2020 May; 73(2):455-485.Davenport RJ
  • In the long-running debate over standards of living during the industrial revolution, pessimists have identified deteriorating health conditions in towns as undermining the positive effects of rising real incomes on the 'biological standard of living'. This article reviews long-run historical relationships between urbanization and epidemiological trends in England, and then addresses the specific…
  • Mitochondrial sequences of Rhipicephalus and Coxiella endosymbiont reveal evidence of lineages co-cladogenesis. [Journal Article]
    FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2020 Jun 01; 96(6)Coimbra-Dores MJ, Jaarsma RI, … Dias D
  • Rhipicephalus ticks are competent vectors of several pathogens, such as Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae (SFGR) and many Babesia species. Within this genus, different R. sanguineus s.l. lineages show an unequal vector competence and resistance regarding some pathogenic strains. Current literature supports that tick endosymbionts may play an essential role in the transmission ability of a vector. I…
  • Severe COVID-19 during Pregnancy and Possible Vertical Transmission. [Journal Article]
    Am J Perinatol. 2020 Apr 18 [Online ahead of print]Alzamora MC, Paredes T, … La Rosa M
  • There are few cases of pregnant women with novel corona virus 2019 (COVID-19) in the literature, most of them with a mild illness course. There is limited evidence about in utero infection and early positive neonatal testing. A 41-year-old G3P2 with a history of previous cesarean deliveries and diabetes mellitus presented with a 4-day history of malaise, low-grade fever, and progressive shortness…
  • Subsultus Tendinum in a Child with Typhoid Fever. [Journal Article]
    Indian Pediatr. 2020 Apr 15; 57(4):374-375.Sindhu KN, Srinivasan M, … Rose W
  • A 5-year-old male child with blood culture confirmed typhoid fever presented with twitching over the left scapular region. Contrast computerized tomography and electroencephalogram were normal. Following treatment with azithromycin and clonazepam, the twitching subsided. Subsultus tendinum, a rare neurological complication of typhoid fever, resolves spontaneously with treatment.
  • Infectious diseases in children and adolescents in China: analysis of national surveillance data from 2008 to 2017. [Journal Article]
    BMJ. 2020 04 02; 369:m1043.Dong Y, Wang L, … Patton GC
  • CONCLUSIONS: China's success in infectious disease control in the pre-covid-19 era was notable, with deaths due to infectious diseases in children and adolescents aged 6-22 years becoming rare. Many challenges remain around reducing regional inequalities, scaling-up of vaccination, prevention of further escalation of HIV/AIDS, renewed efforts for persisting diseases, and undertaking early and effective response to highly transmissible seasonal and unpredictable diseases such as that caused by the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus.
  • [Clinical features of 9 cases of Brucella endocarditis]. [Journal Article]
    Zhonghua Xin Xue Guan Bing Za Zhi. 2020 Feb 24; 48(2):142-147.Su YJ, Dong Q, … Jiang RM
  • Objective: To explore the clinical characteristics of patients with Brucella endocarditis. Methods: The clinical data of 9 patients with Brucella endocarditis admitted to Beijing Ditan Hospital from October 2008 to August 2018 were retrospectively analyzed. Through the electronic medical record system of the hospital. Through assessing the electronic medical record system of the hospital, demog…
  • A Fatal Case of Septic Shock Secondary to Acinetobacter Bacteremia Acquired from a Platelet Transfusion. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Med. 2019; 2019:3136493.Nevala-Plagemann C, Powers P, … Rose R
  • CONCLUSIONS: We report a fatal case of septic shock associated with Acinetobacter bacteremia caused by platelet transfusion. Our review of the literature revealed only one other documented platelet transfusion associated fatality caused by Acinetobacter species. Novel pathogen reduction and contamination detection methods have been developed but have yet to be widely adopted in the United States.
  • Powassan Virus in a Hunter Returning from a Trip in the Adirondack Park. [Case Reports]
    Wilderness Environ Med. 2020 Mar; 31(1):87-90.Colman D, Peaslee S
  • Powassan virus is a rare flavivirus that may be transmitted by tick bite and is associated with encephalitis. Infections have been described in the northern United States, Canada, and Russia. We present the case of a 56-y-old man who presented to our hospital with symptoms of confusion, altered behavior, and headache. The patient developed fever and status epilepticus despite supportive care and …
  • Salix alba (white willow) medicinal plant presents genotoxic effects in human cultured leukocytes. [Journal Article]
    J Toxicol Environ Health A. 2019; 82(23-24):1223-1234.Maistro EL, Terrazzas PM, … Rosa PCP
  • Salix alba (SA), commonly known as white willow, is a plant used in folk medicine for the treatment of chronic and acute inflammation, infection, pain, and fever. The phytochemical characterization of the bark extract of this plant indicated that its main component is salicin, a precursor of the anti-inflammatory agent acetylsalicylic acid. Considering the lack of studies evaluating the genetic t…
  • A quantitative comparison of West Nile virus incidence from 2013 to 2018 in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. [Journal Article]
    PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2020 01; 14(1):e0007953.Marini G, Calzolari M, … Tamba M
  • West Nile virus (WNV) transmission was much greater in 2018 than in previous seasons in Europe. Focusing on Emilia-Romagna region (northern Italy), we analyzed detailed entomological and epidemiological data collected in 2013-2018 to quantitatively assess environmental drivers of transmission and explore hypotheses to better understand why the 2018 epidemiological season was substantially differe…
  • Study protocol for the multicentre cohorts of Zika virus infection in pregnant women, infants, and acute clinical cases in Latin America and the Caribbean: the ZIKAlliance consortium. [Multicenter Study]
    BMC Infect Dis. 2019 Dec 26; 19(1):1081.Avelino-Silva VI, Mayaud P, … ZIKAlliance Clinical Study Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Results of these large cohort studies will provide better risk estimates for birth defects and other developmental abnormalities associated with ZIKV infection including possible co-factors for the variability of risk estimates between other countries and regions. Additional outcomes include incidence and transmission estimates of ZIKV during and after pregnancy, characterization of short and long-term clinical course following infection and viral kinetics of ZIKV. STUDY REGISTRATIONS: clinicaltrials.gov NCT03188731 (PW cohort), June 15, 2017; clinicaltrials.gov NCT03393286 (CH cohort), January 8, 2018; clinicaltrials.gov NCT03204409 (NH cohort), July 2, 2017.
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