Sentinel surveillance for human enterovirus 71 in Sarawak, Malaysia: lessons from the first 7 years
- Treatment of Potentially Life-Threatening Enterovirus Infections with Pleconaril. Rotbart, Harley A.; Webster, A. David // Clinical Infectious Diseases;1/15/2001, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p228
Presents information on a study which evaluated the effectiveness of Pleconaril in treating enterovirus infections. Methodology; Results of the study; Discussion.
- Epidemic Coxsackie Virus Infection with Mixed Clinical Manifestations. Artenstein, Malcolm S.; Cadigan Jr., Francis C.; Buescher, Edward L. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Feb64 Part 2, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p196
Describes another type of enterovirus, Coxsackie virus epidemic in which no common characteristic clinical picture occurred. Indications of pleurodynia with orchitis; Presence of abdominal pain, myocarditis and neonatal encephalomyocarditis in patients.
- TÃ¼rkiye’nin Van yÃ¶resinde Anti-HAV IgM pozitifliÄŸinin yaÅŸ ve aylara gÃ¶re daÄŸÄ±lÄ±mÄ±. Parlak, Mehmet; Çıkman, Aytekin; Güdücüoğlu, Hüseyin; Berktaş, Mustafa // Dicle Medical Journal / Dicle Tip Dergisi;2012, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p398
Objectives: In this study we investigated the anti-HAV IgM positivity rates and their distribution according to age and season of a year in Van region of Turkey. Materials and methods: During five-year period between 2006-2010, the presence of anti-HAV IgM were determined in the serum samples...
- Neutralizing Antibody Provided Protection against Enterovirus Type 71 Lethal Challenge in Neonatal Mice. Chun-Keung Yu, Steve R.; Chi-Chung Chen; Chi-Long Chen, Steve R.; Jen-Ren Wang; Ching-Chuan Liu; Jing-Jou Yan; Ih-Jen Su // Journal of Biomedical Science;2000, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p523
Experimental infection with enterovirus type 71 (EV71) induced death in neonatal mice in an age- and dose-dependent manner. The mortality rate was 100% following intraperitoneal inoculation 1-day-old ICR mice and this gradually decreased as the age at the time of inoculation increased (60% in...
- Identification, phenotypic analysis, and full-length nucleotide sequence of a Dutch Coxsackievirus A20 isolate. Hein Boot; Vladimir Lukashov; Yvonne van Remmerden; Tjeerd Kimman // Virus Genes;Jan2007, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p75
Abstract??Recombination between (human) enteroviruses is a common event in nature. Recently, it has been recognised that this feature has a major impact on the use of the live-attenuated polio vaccine during the end stage of polio eradication. The constraints for successful recombination between...
- An Epidemic of Enterovirus 71 Infection in Taiwan. Ho, Monto; Chen, Eng-Rin; Hsu, Kwo-Hsiung; Twu, Shiing-Jer; Chen, Kow-Tong; Tsai, Su-Fen; Wang, Jen-Ren; Shih, Shin-Ru // New England Journal of Medicine;09/23/99, Vol. 341 Issue 13, p929
Background: Enteroviruses can cause outbreaks of hand-foot-and-mouth disease (characterized by vesicular lesions on the hands, feet, and oral mucosa) or herpangina, usually without life-threatening manifestations. In 1998 an epidemic of enterovirus 71 infection caused hand-foot-and-mouth disease...
- Nonpolio enterovirus surveillance--United States, 1993-1996. // MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;8/15/1997, Vol. 46 Issue 32, p748
Presents information on the number of reported cases of nonpolio enterovirus infections in the United States from 1993-1996. Background information on these infections; Causes of these infections; Indepth look at the results of a survey conducted on this issue.
- ERRATUM. // Clinical Infectious Diseases;11/1/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p1244
A correction to the article "A novel mode of transmission for human enterovirus infection is swimming in contaminated seawater: implications in public health an in epidemiogical surveillance" that was published in the September 1, 2008 issue is presented.
- Predictors of sub-clinical enterovirus infections in infants: a prospective cohort study. Witsø, Elisabet; Cinek, Ondrej; Aldrin, Magne; Grinde, Bjørn; Rasmussen, Trond; Wetlesen, Turid; Rønningen, Kjersti S. // International Journal of Epidemiology;Apr2010, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p459
Background Enterovirus infections are common, although most often sub-clinical. The present purpose was to assess the impact of breastfeeding and other factors on enterovirus infections in infancy.