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Leptospirosis; a bibliography of literature, 1957-1959

National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

Leptospirosis; a bibliography of literature, 1957-1959

by National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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Published by U.S. Public Health Service in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leptospirosis -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Prepared in the Library"s Reference Division.

    Statementcomp. by Dorothy Bocker.
    GenreBibliography.
    ContributionsBocker, Dorothy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6664.L63 U5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5814461M
    LC Control Number60060622
    OCLC/WorldCa14622942

    Leptospirosis is a relatively rare bacterial illness that affects animals (particularly rats, mice, moles, birds, amphibians and reptiles) and humans. At least five variations in the bacteria exist in the U.S: Icterohaemorrhagiae, Canicola, Pomona, Grippotyphosa, and Bratislava. Leptospira is the causative agent of leptospirosis, which is considered an emerging major threat to public health due to its increasing frequency reported worldwide. In the Philippines, the prevalence of the disease continuously rises, particularly in urban areas. Because leptospirosis is commonly transmitted through contact with contaminated environment, water and soil samples were collected.

      Leptospirosis is a globally important zoonotic disease and an important public health problem in developing countries. Early diagnosis is essential because antibiotic treatment is most effective when initiated early in the course of the disease. Leptospirosis is an emerging potentially fatal zoo anthroponosis with a worldwide occurrence spanning developing as well as developed countries Haake et al Levett et al This disease is caused by pathogenic. Leptospira spp belonging to family spirochaetaceae.

    This monograph by two British physicians gives detailed coverage of every aspect of leptospirosis, a disease in which man is an accidental host of the causative organism. The true host is the family Muridae (rats, mice, voles, lemmings, and others). In so far as possible, the book is written in historical sequence. Dorothy Parker begins writing book reviews for Esquire. E. E. Cummings gains a special citation from the National Book Award Committee in the United States for his Poems, – Malcolm Muggeridge is replaced by Bernard Hollowood as editor of the British Punch magazine.


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Leptospirosis; a bibliography of literature, 1957-1959 by National Library of Medicine (U.S.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Leptospirosis: a bibliography of literature, [Dorothy Bocker; National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Reference Section.]. Leptospirosis: a bibliography of literature, Author(s): National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Reference Section. Contributor(s). Leptospirosis; a bibliography of literature,compiled by Dorothy Bocker, medical officer.

By National Library of 1957-1959 book (U.S.)Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Author(s): Bocker,Dorothy,; National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Reference Section. Title(s): Leptospirosis: a bibliography of literature, Leptospirosis. A Bibliography of Leptospirosis, Biologico, LiteratureU.S.

Natl.Library Med., November Methods: A retrospective study of the literature was performed on the general epidemiology, historical records, and geographical locations of leptospirosis outbreaks and cases in the Caribbean.

Download citation. Share a literature review is done on Leptospirosis stressing out the necessity of having in mind the leptospirosis in the differential diagnostic for fever and jaundice. Your Bibliography: Rodriguez-Gonzalez I, e., [Efficacy Of Spirolept Vaccine Against Human Leptospirosis As Estimated By Passive Protection Of Laboratory Rodents].

- Pubmed. Downloadable. Leptospirosis is a serious and potentially fatal zoonotic disease, but often neglected owing to lack of awareness. This study examined the knowledge, attitudes, and practices concerning leptospirosis among agricultural (n = ) and non-agricultural (n = ) workers in the lakeshore communities of Calamba and Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines.

Rev Port Pneumol ; XIV (6): Palavras-chave Leptospirose hemorragia pulmonar padrão de crazy-paving tomografia computadorizada de alta resolução Key-words Leptospirosis pulmonary haemorrhage crazy-paving pattern high resolution CT Bibliography 1.

Literature Review Africa And Sheep Leptospirosis No problem. No need to be embarrassed and no need to find someone to write the essays for you anymore.

With the help of our EssaySoft essay software, your will be able to complete your school essays without worrying about deadlines- and look like a professional writer. Leptospirosis presenting as diffuse alveolar hemorrhage: case report and literature review.

Chest ; (2) 2. Arokianathan D, Trower K, Pooboni S, Sosnowski A, Moss P, Thaker H. Leptospirosis: a case report of a pa- tient with pulmonary haemorrhage successfully ma- naged with extra corporeal membrane oxygenation.

J Infect ;50(2. Introduction. Leptospirosis has traditionally been described in the medical literature as a treatable zoonotic disease endemic to low-income countries in temperate and tropical regions [].As a clinical entity it is strongly associated with regional occupational and environmental exposures [].WHO Leptospirosis Burden Epidemiology Reference Group (LERG) estimates [],annual cases and.

Introduction. Leptospirosis is considered the most common zoonotic disease in the world and is associated with major health impacts in developing countries ().It has gained attention worldwide as an emerging infectious disease due to the Nicaragua epidemic of severe pulmonary hemorrhage syndrome, and identification of the disease among the US inner-city homeless population (1, 2).

BACKGROUND Leptospirosis is an important cause of mortality and morbidity in Kerala. The present study is conducted to evaluate the association of serum electrolytes, parameters of renal, hepatic. Methods. Published articles on leptospirosis and Leptospira in Sri Lanka were all reviewed to determine serovar, strain and species level identification of screening process, 74 full text articles/reports were reviewed and among of them, 12 published papers describing isolation of Leptospira from Sri Lankan patients/animals, 5 molecular epidemiology papers on newer.

BACKGROUND. Leptospirosis is a globally prevalent zoonotic disease that affects humans and animals. 1 Human infection most often occurs when mucous membranes or abraded skin are exposed to animal urine, contaminated water or soil, or infected animal tissue.

2, 3 A outbreak of leptospirosis in the Yaeyama Islands, Japan, showed that a history of recreational activities. Downloadable. Problem statement: Human leptospirosis -- the most widespread zoonotic disease -- thrives in tropical and subtropical climates.

It is seldom addressed ex ante or prior to an outbreak or expected outbreak by governments of high-risk countries. Whether common, post-exposure treatment with antimicrobial drugs is more cost-efficient than reducing animal reservoir populations was the. Get this from a library. Leptospires and leptospirosis.

[E Ryu] -- Chronological listing (covering in v. ) of references to international literature about leptospires and leptospirosis. Includes mostly journal articles. Each entry arranged under year. Re-emerging as a result of increased international travel and climate changes elicited by global warming.

Outbreaks have been associated with flooding and natural disasters. Associated with occupational exposure, water sports, and flooding. Higher rates have been reported in tropical areas during.

Leptospirosis is an important and often ignored disease affecting more than one million people a year worldwide, from wh die. No serovar is known to be adapted to humans, so humans acquire the disease directly from animals (contact with urine or tissues) or indirectly (contact with urine contaminated water).

The three main environments showing transmission risks are water-based. A literature review revealed only four previous case reports about transmission of leptospirosis from pets [15–18], all of which were cases involving pet rats, and no cases were of meningitis.

Though rare, these cases highlight the need for awareness of possible leptospirosis transmission from pets.Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease commonly reported from south India. Neurological manifestations seen in about per cent of cases, are protean and remain unrecognized and diverse.