Get Integrated Data for Your Specialty and Interest Aresa
  1. American College of Vet...
  2. AHA Online Store
  3. American Broncho-Esopha...
  4. American Academy of Ped...
  5. Bridge Network, Inc.
  7. International Cytokine ...
  8. Adolescent Sleep , Stan...
  9. Aqua Electric, Inc.
  10. Evaluation and Treatmen...
  1. Anthrax, CDC
  2. Cat-Scratch Disease, EID
  3. Ehrlichioses, EID
  4. Encephalitis Japanese, A...
  5. Encephalitis Western Equ...
  Home > Diseases > Infectious >
 Medisurf category dbsearch found 809 sites and 9 categories below Infectious category
 Category Matches
Bacteria Fungus
General Information Helminth
Mycobacterium Protozoa
Richettsia, Mycoplasma & Chlamydia Spirocheta
 Site Matches
<<  <  [11[12]  [13]  [14]  [15]  [16]  [17]  [18]  [19]  [20]  >  >>
Encephalitis Saint Louis, EDIS
Encephalitis Tickborne, Conservation Ecology
Climate and Tickborne Encephalitis/ Conservation Ecology 2(1), 1998, Abstract: Climatic changes are projected to alter the abundance, dynamics, and geographical distribution of many vector-borne diseases in human populations. Tick-borne diseases such as Lyme disease and tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) are a growing concern in northern Europe and the United States. The impact of a future climate change on the transmission of tick-borne diseases is not known. To make such assumptions, more empirical data are needed on the relations between short-term fluctuations in contemporary weather and disease incidence. This paper analyzes relations between daily minimum and maximum temperatures, monthly precipitation, and TBE incidence during a 36-yr period in Stockholm County, a high-endemic region for TBE in Sweden. Multiple regression analyses were performed, with temperature variables expressed as number of days per winter or spring - summer - fall season with temperatures above, below, or in the interval between different temperature limits. The limits used for daily minimum temperatures represent bioclimatic thresholds of importance for pathogen transmission. To adjust for the length of the tick's life cycle, each TBE incidence rate was related to meteorological data over two consecutive years. Results reveal that increased incidence of tick-borne encephalitis is related to a combination of two successive years of more days with temperatures permitting prolonged seasonal tick activity and, hence, pathogen transmission (i.e., daily minimum temperatures above 5C-10C), and a mild winter preceding the year before the incidence year (i.e., fewer winter days with minimum temperatures below -7C). Alternative explanations of the results are discussed. Findings of this study suggest that a climate change may extend the seasonal range and intensify the endemicity of tick-borne diseases, in particular, at northern latitudes.
Encephalitis Western Equine, ASTDHPPHE
Western Equine Encephalitis/ Western equine encephalitis is a viral disease that is spread by infected mosquitoes. It is one of several mosquito-borne virus diseases that can affect the central nervous system and cause severe complications and death. Western equine encephalitis is found mainly in the plains regions of the western and central United States. There is no specific treatment for western equine encephalitis. Prevention centers on controlling mosquitoes and avoiding mosquito bites.
Enterovirus, Vads Corner
Enterovirus Outbreak: Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease; Enterovirus 71; Echovirus 7; Coxsackie; Adenovirus
Entomology, Department of Entomology/Iowa State University
Iowa State Entomology Index: Medical Entomology
Epstein-Barr Virus, Australian Academy of Science
Kissing the Epstein-Barr virus goodbye/ How was the virus discovered, What diseases does the virus cause, How is the virus spread, How does the virus work, The search for a vaccine
Erlichiosis Human Granulocytic, New York State Department of Health
Human Granulocytic Erlichiosis [fact sheet; pdf format]
Escherichia Coli 0157:H7 Infection, New York State Department of Health
E. coli 0157:H7 Infection: New York State Department of Health, Communicable Disease Fact Sheet
Escherichia coli O157:H7, CDC
Escherichia coli O157:H7/ What is Escherichia coli O157:H7, How is E. coli O157:H7 spread, What illness does E.coli O157:H7 cause, How is E. coli O157:H7 infection diagnosed, How is the illness treated, What are the long term consequences of infection, What can be done to prevent the infection, What can you do to prevent E. coli O157:H7 infection
Escherichia coli O157:H7, Infectious Disease News
Gene sequence of E. coli O157:H7 shows microbe picks up new DNA/ E. coli O157:H7 possesses at least 1,000 genes more than a harmless laboratory strain; this may explain why it is more virulent and difficult to treat.
Escherichia coli Serotype O157:H7, EID
Escherichia coli Serotype O157:H7: Novel Vehicles of Infection and Emergence of Phenotypic Variants/ Abstract: Escherichia coli serotype O157:H7 was only recognized as a human pathogen a little more than a decade ago, yet it has become a major foodborne pathogen. In the United States, the severity of serotype O157:H7 infections in the young and the elderly has had a tremendous impact on human health, the food industry, and federal regulations regarding food safety. The implication of acidic foods as vehicles of infection has dispelled the concept that low-pH foods are safe. Further, the association of nonbovine products with outbreaks suggests that other vehicles of transmission may exist for this pathogen. In laboratory diagnosis, most microbiologic assays rely on a single phenotype to selectively isolate this pathogen. However, the increasing evidence that phenotypic variations exist among isolates in this serogroup may eventually necessitate modifications in assay procedures to detect them.
Escherichia coli, University of Birmingham
E. coli as Pathogens/ Diseases, Phenotypic characteristics
Escherichia Coli, WWW Virtual Library
The E. coli Index
Eukaryotes Evolution, Tracking the Course of Evolution
Lessons in the Diversity and Evolution of Eukaryotes/ A Brief History of the Classification of Microbes
Fascitis Necrotizing, EmergencyNet
Streptococcus A - Necrotizing Fascitis
Fascitis Necrotizing, National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation
National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation (NNFF)
Fifth Disease, DermNet
Fifth Disease/ Complications, Diagnosis, Treatment
Fifth Disease, Dr Greene
Slap Cheek
Fifth Disease, KidsHealth
Fifth Disease/ Signs and Symptoms
Fifth Disease, WebPath
Parvovirus [image]
<<  <  [11[12]  [13]  [14]  [15]  [16]  [17]  [18]  [19]  [20]  >  >>

Copyright ~2018 by Medisurf. All Rights Reserved Terms of Service Privacy Email :