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  • An Observational Study on Acute Gastroenteritis in ...

    2018-12-12 · of drug was found to be Drugs acting on GI (Elemental Zinc 25.47%) followed by Antimicrobials (Ceftriaxone 23.34%), NSAIDs (Paracetamol 18.40%) and Vitamins (3.77%) in paediatric population. Conclusion: The study concluded that male patients between 0-2 years were more prone to acute gastroenteritis when compared with female patients.

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  • Infectious Waterborne Diseases - USGS

    2012-4-17 · The disease is transmitted primarily by food or water contaminated by feces or urine of a carrier (Woodward and Smadel, 1964). It can be trans­ mitted by improperly cooked starchy foods, raw fruits and vegetables, and in milk. Shellfish, in con­ taminated waters, have been shown as a …

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  • Metagenomics for the study of viruses in urban

    2018-3-15 · For most of the important viral families, including human pathogenic viruses such as Adenoviridae, Caliciviridae, Parvoviridae, Circoviridae, Astroviridae and Picornaviridae, a high diversity of viral species were detected with similar results by both the SMF 500 mL and ultrafiltration protocols, demonstrating the suitability of these concentration methods for the detection of pathogens such as caliciviruses, the main viruses responsible for gastroenteritis …

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  • Gut Microbial Succession Follows Acute Secretory

    2015-5-19 · In addition, our use of metagenomic sequencing suggests that microbial gene content, and therefore likely microbial metabolism, returns to normal 30 days after infectious diarrhea. Yet, despite the genomic evidence presented here, our model of microbial succession after infectious diarrhea will still need to be refined by future studies.

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  • Human Caliciviruses as a Cause of Severe

    2004-9-15 · In conclusion, our data indicate that HuCVs may be important etiological agents of severe gastroenteritis in young children. This high prevalence of viral agents and low rates of infection with Shigella species and V. cholerae support the recommendation that antibiotics are rarely required for the treatment of gastroenteritis in children. Currently available assays for HuCVs are cumbersome for …

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  • Octreotide LAR: safety and tolerability issues

    Background: Somatostatin analogues are the cornerstone in therapy of acromegaly and functioning neuroendocrine tumors. Long-acting retard formulations have improved patient survival and contributed considerably to quality of life. The first such compound was octreotide LAR ('long-acting release'), characterized by high affinity to somatostatin receptor subtypes 2 and 5, which has to be ...

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  • Primary Health Care on the Road to Universal Health

    4.2 Evidence of deficiencies in the quality of care across countries 91 4.3 Measuring effective coverage, including the quality of care, across the life course 93 4.4 Primary health care cost and impact methodology 96 4.5 Examples of interventions provided by primary care services, by platform 97

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  • Recent Advances on Nanomaterials to COVID‐19

    2021-2-22 · To improve our SR quality, we followed a four-phase flow diagram and the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) statement guidelines supported by the SR management StArt tool. 2.1 Research Question. The focus question agrees to the problem, intervention, comparison, outcome, and study type (PICOS) strategy.

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  • Real-time forecasting of infectious disease dynamics

    2018-3-1 · Our semi-mechanistic model of Ebola dynamics is a modified Susceptible-Exposed-Infectious-Recovered (SEIR) model, accounting for delays in notification and time-varying transmission ().At time t, the force of infection experienced by susceptible individuals is λ t = β t I t /N, where I t is the overall number of infectious individuals, N the population size and β t the time-varying ...

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  • Genetics and Evolution of Infectious Diseases |

    18 - Genomics of Infectious Diseases and Private Industry. Pages 421 - 434. Abstract. Since the publication of the first sequence of a whole viral genome in 1976, genomics, the science of studying genomes of living organisms, has allowed considerable progresses in the comprehension and control of infectious diseases.

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  • 2017 Infectious Diseases Society of America Clinical ...

    2017-10-19 · Acute gastroenteritis is a frequent cause of outpatient visits and hospitalizations in the United States, with an estimated annual burden of 179 million outpatient visits, nearly 500000 hospitalizations, and >5000 deaths [12]. Specific data on acute gastroenteritis in adults are sparse, with 1.5% of all hospital discharges coded as gastroenteritis.

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  • Diarrhoea and vomiting caused by gastroenteritis

    • Long-acting reversible contraception: ... Diarrhoea and vomiting caused by gastroenteritis in children under 5 years. 8 Other therapies 104. 8.1 Anti-emetics 104 ... Saul Faust Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Infectious Diseases Immunology Alastair Hay General Practitioner

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  • Acute gastroenteritis in children - UPSpace Home

    2016-4-8 · Acute gastroenteritis is a common problem in children and refers to infections of the gastrointestinal tract caused by viral, bacterial or para- ... Quality of pulses Breathing Eyes Tears Mouth and tongue Skinfold Capillary refi ll Extremities Urine output ... acting in a drug-like manner, being pathogen and toxin specifi c. ...

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  • Tackling Acute Gastroenteritis: RedHill Biopharma's ...

    2017-6-20 · A new long-acting ondansetron product that reduces nausea and vomiting during acute viral gastroenteritis, whatever the type of virus involved and for long periods of time, could change the way emergency physicians respond to gastroenteritis outbreaks, and is underpinning the specialty pharma business strategy of RedHill Biopharma.

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  • Human Caliciviruses as a Cause of Severe

    2004-9-15 · Human caliciviruses (HuCVs) are genetically and antigenically diverse single-stranded RNA viruses that belong to 2 genera in the family Caliciviridae—the noroviruses and sapoviruses [].HuCVs, particularly noroviruses, have been firmly established as a leading cause of outbreaks of gastroenteritis worldwide [].Their role as causative agents of sporadic gastroenteritis in children is less ...

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  • NSW Health warns of a rise in gastroenteritis among ...

    2019-3-15 · NSW Health is alerting parents and carers with young children about the need to carefully wash their hands and keep sick children at home amid a rise in viral gastroenteritis cases. The warning has been prompted by gastroenteritis outbreaks at childcare centres across NSW and...

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  • Gastroenteritis (Stomach Flu): Symptoms, Causes,

    2020-5-28 · With gastroenteritis, your stomach and intestines are irritated and inflamed. The cause is typically a viral or bacterial infection.. Symptoms of Gastroenteritis. With gastroenteritis, the main ...

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  • Example Write Up #1: A Patient with Diarrhea

    2015-9-18 · might be ‘acting up’. Hospital Course: Mr. Y. had a CT scan in the ER which showed a partially ruptured appendix and he was admitted. Mr. Y. has been in the hospital for 2 days at the time of this interview. Upon arriving at the hospital, Mr. Y. had a surgical consultation for appendicitis. Surgery was not performed and Mr. Y. was

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  • DNAzyme biosensors for the detection of pathogenic ...

    2021-3-15 · DNAzyme has attracted great attention in the field of biosensing because of its high activity and selectivity [48,49], as shown in Fig. 1.This review summarizes the latest developments in the design of DNAzyme-based sensors for pathogenic bacteria detection, hoping to provide a reference for the detection, supervision, prevention, and control of pathogens in food and the environment.

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  • 2017 Infectious Diseases Society of America Clinical ...

    2017-10-19 · Acute gastroenteritis is a frequent cause of outpatient visits and hospitalizations in the United States, with an estimated annual burden of 179 million outpatient visits, nearly 500000 hospitalizations, and >5000 deaths [12]. Specific data on acute gastroenteritis in adults are sparse, with 1.5% of all hospital discharges coded as gastroenteritis.

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  • Human Caliciviruses as a Cause of Severe

    2004-9-15 · Human caliciviruses (HuCVs) are genetically and antigenically diverse single-stranded RNA viruses that belong to 2 genera in the family Caliciviridae—the noroviruses and sapoviruses [].HuCVs, particularly noroviruses, have been firmly established as a leading cause of outbreaks of gastroenteritis worldwide [].Their role as causative agents of sporadic gastroenteritis in children is less ...

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  • Gut Microbial Succession Follows Acute Secretory

    2015-5-19 · INTRODUCTION. Diarrheal diseases are a global health problem, especially among children. On average, a child under the age of 5 years in the developing world experiences three diarrheal episodes per year ().These episodes are dangerous: diarrhea kills 1.9 million children annually, making it the second leading cause of child death ().Survival also carries risks.

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  • IBS and IBD — separate entities or on a spectrum? |

    2016-9-26 · One study identified 43,013 cases of infectious gastroenteritis in the UK General Practice Research Database. Over a period of 3.5 years, cases were more likely than uninfected controls to be ...

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  • Acute gastroenteritis in children - UPSpace Home

    2016-4-8 · Acute gastroenteritis is a common problem in children and refers to infections of the gastrointestinal tract caused by viral, bacterial or para- ... Quality of pulses Breathing Eyes Tears Mouth and tongue Skinfold Capillary refi ll Extremities Urine output ... acting in a drug-like manner, being pathogen and toxin specifi c. ...

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  • Impact of climate change on human infectious

    2016-1-1 · The following adaptation measures are recommended: 1) to go beyond empirical observations of the association between climate change and infectious diseases and develop more scientific explanations, 2) to improve the prediction of spatial–temporal process of climate change and the associated shifts in infectious diseases at various spatial and ...

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  • 24-Hour Stomach Flu: Symptoms, Causes, and

    2020-5-28 · With gastroenteritis, your stomach and intestines are irritated and inflamed. The cause is typically a viral or bacterial infection.. Symptoms of Gastroenteritis. With gastroenteritis, the main ...

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  • Gastroenteritis (Stomach Flu): Symptoms, Causes,

    2015-9-18 · might be ‘acting up’. Hospital Course: Mr. Y. had a CT scan in the ER which showed a partially ruptured appendix and he was admitted. Mr. Y. has been in the hospital for 2 days at the time of this interview. Upon arriving at the hospital, Mr. Y. had a surgical consultation for appendicitis. Surgery was not performed and Mr. Y. was

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  • Example Write Up #1: A Patient with Diarrhea

    2015-1-23 · Type I interferons have multiple direct and indirect effects on immune cells during infectious diseases. For the most part, they protect the host against infection, but they can also have adverse ...

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  • Tackling Acute Gastroenteritis: RedHill Biopharma's ...

    2017-6-20 · A new long-acting ondansetron product that reduces nausea and vomiting during acute viral gastroenteritis, whatever the type of virus involved and for long periods of time, could change the way emergency physicians respond to gastroenteritis outbreaks, and is underpinning the specialty pharma business strategy of RedHill Biopharma.

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  • Clostridium Difficile: Infection prevention and control ...

    2021-7-16 · Description. Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) is a Gram positive, spore-forming, anaerobic bacillus that causes infectious diarrhea by producing two toxins - toxin A (an enterotoxin) and toxin B (a cytotoxin). Footnote 1 C. difficile is the most frequent cause of healthcare-associated infectious diarrhea in Canadian hospitals Footnote 2 Footnote 3 and is the most common cause of acute ...

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  • An Update on Post-infectious Irritable Bowel

    C. jejuni infection is one of the commonest causes of infectious gastroenteritis, leading to PI-IBS in 9%-13% of cases. 26, 38 Patients infected with a strain that secret toxin which causes elongation of human epithelial (HEp-2) cells have an increased risk of developing a long term change of bowel habit with a RR of 12.8 (Figure). 38 Other ...

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  • Outbreak Investigations—A Perspective - Volume 4,

    2010-12-13 · Investigations of acute infectious disease outbreaks are very common, and the results of such investigations are often published; however, surprisingly little has been written about the actual procedures followed during such investigations (1,2).Most epidemiologists and public health officials learn the procedures by conducting investigations with the initial assistance of more experienced ...

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  • Antibiotics – Understand – ReAct

    2020-5-28 · With gastroenteritis, your stomach and intestines are irritated and inflamed. The cause is typically a viral or bacterial infection.. Symptoms of Gastroenteritis. With gastroenteritis, the main ...

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  • Gastroenteritis (Stomach Flu): Symptoms, Causes,

    2015-9-18 · might be ‘acting up’. Hospital Course: Mr. Y. had a CT scan in the ER which showed a partially ruptured appendix and he was admitted. Mr. Y. has been in the hospital for 2 days at the time of this interview. Upon arriving at the hospital, Mr. Y. had a surgical consultation for appendicitis. Surgery was not performed and Mr. Y. was

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  • Example Write Up #1: A Patient with Diarrhea

    2002-1-12 · The adverse impact of the condition on the quality of life is more than sufficient justification for the alleviation of symptoms. • Previously good health. Those with concomitant significant systemic illnesses, or with recurrent diarrhoea due to chronic bowel disease, and the frail or elderly (> 75 years) should be directed to a physician for ...

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  • Guidelines for adults on self‐medication for the

    Linco-Spectin Injection Solution contains as active substances in 1 ml of product Lincomycin (as lincomycin hydrochloride) 50 mg, Spectinomycin (as spectinomycin sulfate) 100 mg and Benzyl alcohol Ph.Eur. Linco-Spectin Injection Solution is indicated for the treatment of bacterial infections in pigs, suckling calves, sheep, goats, turkeys and ...

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  • Local Coverage Determination for Gastrointestinal

    The optimal specimen for laboratory diagnosis of infectious diarrhea is a diarrheal stool specimen. Molecular techniques generally are more sensitive and less dependent on the quality of the specimen than culture. For identification of viral and protozoal agents, and C. difficile toxin, fresh stool is preferred. Follow-up testing is not ...

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  • An Update on Post-infectious Irritable Bowel

    C. jejuni infection is one of the commonest causes of infectious gastroenteritis, leading to PI-IBS in 9%-13% of cases. 26, 38 Patients infected with a strain that secret toxin which causes elongation of human epithelial (HEp-2) cells have an increased risk of developing a long term change of bowel habit with a RR of 12.8 (Figure). 38 Other ...

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  • A critical review on SARS-CoV-2 infectivity in water

    2021-6-20 · 1. Introduction. At the time this paper was finished, on 1 February 2021, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is already considered a pandemic, being present in 215 countries and territories across the globe, resulting in astronomical levels of infected (102 million) and dead (2.2 million) people (), with the numbers continuing to rise.. Nevertheless, given the large number of infected people ...

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  • Trachoma - WHO | World Health Organization

    2021-7-17 · Trachoma is the leading infectious cause of blindness in the world. It is caused by a bacterium called Chlamydia trachomatis. The infection is transmitted through contact with eye and nose discharge of infected people, particularly young children who are the principal reservoir of infection.

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  • Tackling Acute Gastroenteritis: RedHill Biopharma's ...

    2017-6-20 · A new long-acting ondansetron product that reduces nausea and vomiting during acute viral gastroenteritis, whatever the type of virus involved and for long periods of time, could change the way emergency physicians respond to gastroenteritis outbreaks, and is underpinning the specialty pharma business strategy of RedHill Biopharma.

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  • Communicable Diseases: Achievements and Challenges

    2017-8-28 · Communicable Diseases: Achievements and Challenges 91 INTRODUCTION Public health has had enormous triumphs in the fi eld of infectious disease control,1 as illustrated by the eradication of smallpox, the near-eradication of poliomyelitis and the eye …

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  • 42852 Federal Register /Vol. 63, No. 154/Tuesday, August ...

    2015-8-31 · and water quality indicators that are associated with a higher risk of waterborne disease. (For information on whom to address comments, see section ADDRESSES above.) Dated: August 3, 1998. J. Charles Fox, Acting Assistant Administrator for Water. [FR Doc. 98–21343 Filed 8–10–98; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6560–50–P ENVIRONMENTAL ...

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  • Type I interferons in infectious disease | Nature

    2015-1-23 · Type I interferons have multiple direct and indirect effects on immune cells during infectious diseases. For the most part, they protect the host against infection, but they can also have adverse ...

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  • Climate change: present and future risks to health,

    2011-6-17 · Numbers, range and activity of non-human host species (e.g. rodents, bats) that naturally harbour (‘zoonotic’) infectious agents able to cause human infectious disease: Stocks/flows of water (rainfall catchment, glaciers/snowpacks, groundwater recharge) Sea level (rise) and its consequences for local storm surges, water quality, fisheries, etc.

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  • Local Coverage Determination for Gastrointestinal

    The optimal specimen for laboratory diagnosis of infectious diarrhea is a diarrheal stool specimen. Molecular techniques generally are more sensitive and less dependent on the quality of the specimen than culture. For identification of viral and protozoal agents, and C. difficile toxin, fresh stool is preferred. Follow-up testing is not ...

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  • Alternative Disinfection Methods Fact Sheet: Peracetic Acid

    2019-8-28 · Gastroenteritis, heart abnormalities, meningitis Hepatitis A Infectious Hepatitis Norwalk Virus Gastroenteritis Rotavirus Gastroenteritis Table 1: Continued The effectiveness of a Peracetic Acid (PAA) disinfection system depends on the characteristics of the wastewater, the concentration of PAA, the

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  • Incidence and economic burden of community

    2019-5-23 · This study aimed at estimating gastroenteritis (GE) incidence in all age groups of the Netherlands’ general population, with special emphasis on the role of children in GE burden, and the associated costs. Monthly from November 2014 to November 2016, a random sample of 2000 residents in the Netherlands was invited to complete a questionnaire on household characteristics and health …

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  • Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for irritable ...

    2021-2-4 · Introduction. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a prevalent disorder that greatly reduces patients’ quality of life (QOL) and adversely affects the medical economy [].A recent epidemiological survey using the Rome IV criteria revealed that the prevalence of IBS in the general population globally is 4.1% [].In Japan, the prevalence of IBS is 2.2% but that of functional bowel disorders is 25.2 ...

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  • Gut microbiota in hospitalized children with acute ...

    2018-9-5 · Lancet Glob Health. 2018; ( published online Sept 5.) is an indictment on all of us for ever tolerating anything less than care that is effective, safe, and people-centred. Poor care not only jeopardises the health of individuals; it erodes trust and puts entire health systems and populations at risk. By contrast, high-quality health systems ...

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  • How could health care be anything other than high

    Eyal Leshem, MD, is an attending physician in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the National Center for Geographic Medicine and Tropical Diseases, Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer in Israel, a guest researcher at the viral gastroenteritis team, the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta and a consultant to the ...

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  • The International Society of Travel Medicine

    The objectives of the guideline are to: - Include new treatments and the evidence that has become available - Update the recommendations regarding biologic systemic treatment options - Develop a treatment algorithm including biologic and non-biologic systemic treatment options - Provide clear recommendations on how to best monitor and manage patients considering the available treatment …

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  • Outbreak Investigations—A Perspective - Volume 4,

    2010-12-13 · Investigations of acute infectious disease outbreaks are very common, and the results of such investigations are often published; however, surprisingly little has been written about the actual procedures followed during such investigations (1,2).Most epidemiologists and public health officials learn the procedures by conducting investigations with the initial assistance of more experienced ...

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  • Review on Rotavirus - Canada.ca

    2021-7-9 · Yolken RH, Bishop CA, Townsend TR. Infectious gastroenteritis in bone marrow transplant recipients. N Engl J Med. 1982;306:1009-12. Return to footnote 69 referrer. Footnote 70. Rayani A, Udo B, Elmukhtar H et al. Rotavirus infections in paediatric oncology patients: a matched pairs analysis. Scand J Gastroenterol. 2007;42:81-7. Return to ...

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  • AGA technical review on nausea and vomiting

    Viral gastroenteritis may be caused by the Hawaii agent, rotaviruses, reoviruses, and adenoviruses as well as the Snow Mountain and Norwalk agents. Bacterial infections with Staphylococcus aureus , Salmonella , Bacillus cereus , and Clostridium perfringens also produce nausea and vomiting, in many cases via toxins that act on the brainstem.

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  • Human norovirus transmission and evolution in a

    2016-5-23 · The majority of all non-bacterial gastroenteritis outbreaks are caused by human noroviruses 1.These viruses are highly infectious, as even a few particles can cause disease, and infected ...

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  • Crowding: WHO International Housing & Health

    Close-contact infectious diseases Diseases (TB, Respiratory disease, Other IDs) Moderate to High Gastroenteritis & diarrhoeal diseases High Mental health, including psychological stress Moderate to low Sleep disturbance Low to Very low Source: WHO Housing and health guidelines. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2018

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  • Infection Control in Assisted Living Facilities

    2019-11-14 · Acting Commissioner Department of Health Infection Control in Assisted Living Facilities Donna Koller RN, BS, CPM Program Manager Long Term Care Complaints Health Facility Survey & Field Operations Disclaimer • This power point presentation is an educational tool prepared by the New Jersey Department of Health that is general in nature.

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  • Improving young children’s handwashing behaviour

    2020-11-23 · Context Effective handwashing can prevent the spread of germs, including Covid-19. However, young children can lack a fundamental understanding of germ transfer. A Germ’s Journey educational resources were designed to support young children in learning about germs and handwashing. These resources include a book, website, song, online games and glo-gel activities that …

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  • STATEMENT OF CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER AND

    2015-5-21 · Quality, and Acting Director, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid September 24, 2013 ... health and infectious disease experts from CDC to identify and select additional preventable HACs, including HAIs to add to this list.

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  • Practice Guidelines for the Treatment of Lyme Disease ...

    2020-10-4 · Single molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing comes of age: applications and utilities for medical diagnostics 单分子实时(SMRT)测序成熟:医学诊断的应用和实用程序 Simon Ardui, Adam Ameur, Joris R Vermeesch, Matthew S Hestand Author Notes

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  • Human norovirus transmission and evolution in a

    2016-5-23 · The majority of all non-bacterial gastroenteritis outbreaks are caused by human noroviruses 1.These viruses are highly infectious, as even a few particles can cause disease, and infected ...

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  • AN OUTBREAK OF GASTROENTERITIS AND

    An outbreak of 33 cases of gastroenteric illnesses of unproven etiology and four cases of infectious hepatitis occurred among 128 persons who attended We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website.By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

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  • Frontiers | Viral Infections, the Microbiome, and ...

    2021-2-12 · However, respiratory tract infections, HIV and infectious gastroenteritis alone are predicted to result in an estimated 6.8 million premature deaths (0–69 years) in 2030 (Norheim et al., 2015). Therefore, infectious communicable diseases remain a significant threat to humankind requiring vigilance, surveillance and new interventions.

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  • Inactivation of Norovirus on Dry Copper Alloy Surfaces

    2013-9-9 · Noroviruses (family Caliciviridae) are the primary cause of viral gastroenteritis worldwide. The virus is highly infectious and touching contaminated surfaces can contribute to infection spread. Although the virus was identified over 40 years ago the lack of methods to assess infectivity has hampered the study of the human pathogen. Recently the murine virus, MNV-1, has successfully been used ...

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  • Investor Presentation

    2021-6-2 · Norovirus Gastroenteritis Potential For Prophylactic and Therapeutic Drugs. ... development of potent antivirals directly acting on SARS-CoV-2. ... National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Chief Medical Adviser to President Biden Reuters February 22, 2021 15.

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  • (PDF) An Update on Post-infectious Irritable Bowel ...

    The literature on post-infectious irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is reviewed with special emphasis on recent new data. Further accounts of this phenomenon continue to be reported following a range of infections including giardiasis as well as viral

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  • Mapping Climate Change Vulnerabilities to Infectious ...

    2012-3-1 · The questionnaire asked respondents to indicate which infectious diseases (from lists of 18 and 29 specific diseases in 2007 and 2009/2010, respectively) or groups of infectious diseases (food-borne, water-borne, vector-borne, rodent-borne, parasitic, viral, or other) would most likely be affected by climate change in their respective countries ...

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  • The E ect of Natural Feline Coronavirus Infection on the ...

    2020-7-6 · 2.1. Read Quality and Summary of Transcriptional Profiling The sequencing of the RNA libraries generated on average 25.3 Mio reads (7.1–58.1, SD = 15.1). The mappability of these reads was high (89.7% on average) and remarkably consistent, with a narrow range of 87.4 to 89.8%. Between 59 and 72% of the mapped reads were assigned to coding ...

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  • American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

    2020-10-4 · Single molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing comes of age: applications and utilities for medical diagnostics 单分子实时(SMRT)测序成熟:医学诊断的应用和实用程序 Simon Ardui, Adam Ameur, Joris R Vermeesch, Matthew S Hestand Author Notes

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  • DIARRHOEAL INFECTIONS (including NOROVIRUS) POLICY

    prevention and control team (IPCT) when viral gastroenteritis (norovirus) is suspected, requesting IPCT support with risk assessment, patient placement and isolation care issues as needed and acting on IPC advice given. 6.4 Clinical leaders, Matrons and Ward Sisters/Charge Nurses:

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  • Stephan S. Monroe, Ph.D.

    2016-9-27 · National Center for Infectious Diseases . Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Atlanta, GA 30333 . 1995-1996: Acting Chief, Viral Gastroenteritis Section . Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases . National Center for Infectious Diseases . Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Atlanta, GA 30333

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  • National Quality Standard Information sheet

    2017-11-24 · QUALITY FRAMEWORK Toileting and nappy changing policies and procedures in education and care services should be reflective of health, hygiene and safety guidelines from recognised authorities. They should also be guided by the principles, practices and outcomes of the approved learning frameworks and the National Quality Standard.

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  • Transcriptomic analysis of caecal tissue in inbred

    2021-6-4 · Campylobacter jejuni is the leading cause of bacterial gastroenteritis in humans and the handling or consumption of contaminated poultry meat is a key source of infection. Selective breeding of poultry that exhibit elevated resistance to Campylobacter is an attractive control strategy. Here we studied the global transcriptional response of inbred chicken lines that differ in resistance to C ...

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  • NSERC – Emerging Infectious Diseases Modelling

    2020-10-26 · Emerging Infectious Diseases Modelling Initiative. Accessibility Notice: If you cannot access the following content, please contact the On-line Services Helpdesk by e-mail at [email protected] or by telephone at 613-995-4273. Indicate the e-mail address and telephone number where you can be reached.

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  • Gastrointestinal Infections – Online Medical Course |

    Gastroenteritis. One of the most common causes of vomiting in adults is gastroenteritis. This is an infection of the gut usually caused by bacteria or a virus, such as a norovirus. Gastroenteritis also causes diarrhoea. Your immune system will usually fight off the infection after a few days. Pregnancy. Pregnancy can cause vomiting. Pregnant ...

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  • Underlying causes of vomiting | healthdirect

    Niaz Banaei is part of Stanford Profiles, official site for faculty, postdocs, students and staff information (Expertise, Bio, Research, Publications, and more). The site facilitates research and collaboration in academic endeavors.

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  • Niaz Banaei's Profile | Stanford Profiles

    2007-10-10 · Increased consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables. Consumption of fresh produce has increased mainly because of heightened awareness of the benefits of a healthy diet and the impact of the ‘Five a Day’ and ‘Nine a Day’ governmental campaigns in the UK and USA.This has led to consumer demand for improved choice, such as minimally processed, prepacked, ready-to-eat fruit and vegetables ...

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