“ EFFECT OF HOME BASED CHILD CARE ON DIARREAL DEAHTS IN A TRIBAL POPULATION: RESULT OF A FIELD TRIAL.”
ESPID Education, Abhijit Bharadwaj, 7661
ENTEROVIRUS AND HUMAN PARECHOVIRUS INFECTIONS ARE A MAJOR CAUSE OF FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN IN YOUNG CHILDREN
ESPID Education, Eveline P De Jong, 7664
DURATION OF SHEDDING OF HUMAN PARECHOVIRUS IN FAECES OF YOUNG CHILDREN AFTER SYMPTOMATIC INFECTION.
ESPID Education, Joanne G. Wildenbeest, 7666
NASOPHARYNGEAL BIOFILM PRODUCING RESPIRATORY PATHOGENS IN CHILDREN WITH RECURRENT ACUTE OTITIS MEDIA
ESPID Education, Paola Marchisio, 7668
THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INVASIVE NON-TYPEABLE HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE (NTHI) DISEASE IN THE ERA OF ROUTINE HIB VACCINATION IN ENGLAND AND WALES
ESPID Education, Mary Slack, 7670
SEPTIC SHOCK AND SOFT TISSUE LESIONS IN PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA BACTERAEMIA IN PAEDIATRIC HAEMATO-/ONKOLOGIC PATIENTS - A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS
ESPID Education, Volker Strenger, 7674
INFECTION FOLLOWING CEREBROSPINAL FLUID SHUNT INSERTION IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: A RETROSPECTIVE AUDIT
ESPID Education, Karen Burns, 7675
COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INFECTIONS ACROSS EUROPE
ESPID Education, Pablo Rojo, 7676
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS BACTEREMIA AMONG CHILDREN IN NORTHERN ISRAEL
ESPID Education, Imad Kassis, 7677
ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE IS NEEDED FOR AMP-C β-LACTAMASE AND ESBL-PRODUCING ORGANISMS IN CHILDREN
ESPID Education, MILIND KHARE, 7678
SEVERE STREPTOCOCCAL GROUP A DISEASE IN CHILDREN WITH OR WITHOUT RISK FACTORS OF INVASIVE INFECTION: CLINICAL FEATURES AND EMM-TYPES DISTRIBUTION.
ESPID Education, Sophie Dugué, 7680
VARIATION IN A SURFACE-EXPOSED REGION OF THE MYCOPLASMA PNEUMONIAE P40 PROTEIN AS A CONSEQUENCE OF DNA RECOMBINATION BETWEEN REPMP5 ELEMENTS
ESPID Education, Emiel Spuesens, 7686
COMPARISON OF VIRULENCE TRAITS BETWEEN ESCHERICHIA COLI CLINICAL ISOLATES CAUSING EARLY NEONATAL SEPSIS AND THOSE COLLECTED FROM HEALTHY NEONATES.
ESPID Education, Elisabet Guiral, 7689
AETIOLOGY AND RISK FACTORS FOR HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED BACTERAEMIA IN CHILDREN ADMITTED TO A LONDON TERTIARY REFERRAL HOSPITAL
ESPID Education, A Perez-Lopez, 7690
ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE OF ESCHERICHIA COLI CLINICAL ISOLATES CAUSING NEONATAL SEPSIS.
ESPID Education, Sara Soto, 7691
CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF SHIGELLA GASTROENTERITIS IN CENTRAL TURKEY: COMPARISON OF THE YEARS 1987-1994, 1995-2002 AND 2003-2009
ESPID Education, Tolga İnce, 7693
THE ECDC PILOT POINT PREVALENCE SURVEY OF HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS AND ANTIMICROBIAL USE: PAEDIATRIC DATA
ESPID Education, Peter Zarb, 7694
POTENTIALLY TOXIC EXCIPIENTS ARE FOUND IN ORAL ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS USED IN UK NEONATAL UNITS
ESPID Education, Mark Turner, 7695
EVIDENCE BASED EMPIRIC ANTIBIOTIC CHOICES FOR PAEDIATRIC BACTERAEMIA: NATIONAL SUSCEPTIBILITY PROFILES OF GRAM-POSITIVE AND GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERAEMIA IN ENGLAND AND WALES
ESPID Education, Katherine Henderson, 7696
VERY SEVERE CASES OF ROTAVIRUS DISEASE IN GERMANY - A PROSPECTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY
ESPID Education, Sonu Shai, 7700
IMPACT OF FRENCH ANTIBIOTIC GUIDELINE FOR ACUTE RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS IN A PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, 2005-2009.
ESPID Education, Francois Angoulvant, 7702
DECREASE OF VARICELLA ZOSTER VIRUS - ASSOCIATED PAEDIATRIC HOSPITALISATIONS AND COMPLICATIONS IN BAVARIA AFTER RECOMMENDATION FOR ROUTINE VARICELLA VACCINATION
ESPID Education, Andrea Streng, 7703
EVOLUTION OF THE MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE´S INCIDENCE ON PAEDIATRIC NAVARRE´S POPULATION (NORTH OF SPAIN)
ESPID Education, Enrique Bernaola Iturbe, 7704
PNEUMOCOCCAL CARRIAGE IN LIGURIA, ITALY, 7 YEARS AFTER PCV7 IMPLEMENTATION: ALMOST COMPLETE REPLACEMENT OF VACCINE SEROTYPES
ESPID Education, Filippo Ansaldi, 7710
RAPID REDUCTION IN INVASIVE PNEUMOCOCCAL DISEASE (IPD) AFTER INTRODUCTION OF PCV7 TO THE NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION PLAN (NIP) IN ISRAEL
ESPID Education, Noga Givon-Lavi, 7711
IMPACT OF PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINATION IN DENMARK DURING THE FIRST 3 YEARS AFTER PCV7 INTRODUCTION IN THE CHILDHOOD IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME
ESPID Education, Helene Ingels, 7712
RISK FACTORS FOR PREVALENT TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION AMONG CHILDREN IN GREENLAND
ESPID Education, Bolette Soborg, 7713
EMERGENCE OF ESBL PRODUCING ORGANISMS IN PAEDIATRIC UTI
ESPID Education, Céline Mignon, 7714
OSTEO-ARTICULAR INFECTIONS CAUSED BY STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS PRODUCING PANTON-VALENTINE LEUKOCIDIN IN CHILDREN.
ESPID Education, Mathie LORROT, 7715
TICK-BORNE ENCEPHALITIS IN CHILDREN; CLINICAL COURSE AND OUTCOME
ESPID Education, Åsa Fowler, 7718
BRAIN SPECIFIC PROTEINS: NEURON SPECIFIC ENOLASE AND S 100B IN CHILDREN WITH ACUTE MENINGITIS
ESPID Education, Azza eltayeb, 7719
SALMONELLA OSTEOARTICULAR INFECTION IN SICKLE CELL DISEASE CHILDREN IN PARIS AND ILE-DE-FRANCE, A 12 YEARS RETROSPECTIVE MULTICENTER STUDY.
ESPID Education, Sophie Dugué, 7720
EFFECT OF AGE ON QUANTIFERON-TB GOLD-IN-TUBE (QFT-IT) ASSAY PERFORMANCE AMONG CHILDREN EVALUATED FOR LATENT TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION
ESPID Education, Elena Critselis, 7721
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE PERFORMANCE OF IP-10 IN CHILDREN AT HIGH RISK FOR TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION
ESPID Education, Virginia Amanatidou, 7723
KINGELLA AS A CAUSE OF SEPTIC ARTHRITIS IN CHILDREN: THE BENEFIT OF MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES FOR MICROBIOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS
ESPID Education, Jesus Saavedra-Lozano, 7724
PANDEMIC A/H1N1V INFLUENZA 2009 IN CHILDREN: A MULTICENTRIC BELGIAN SURVEY
ESPID Education, sophie Blumental, 7731
RETROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF PANDEMIC INFLUENZA A/H1N1 (2009/2010) CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS VERSUS SEASONAL INFLUENZA A (2007-2009) IN HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN IN BASEL, SWITZERLAND
ESPID Education, Ulrich Heininger, 7732
INCREASED INCIDENCE OF PERTUSSIS IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN MADRID (SPAIN) 2010. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL FEATURES OF THIS DISEASE
ESPID Education, Ana Malo de Molina Meléndez, 7734
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO Q FEVER IN CHILDREN
ESPID Education, Ingeborg Bart, 7735
Q FEVER IN THE NETHERLANDS IS LESS REPORTED IN CHILDREN
ESPID Education, Edwin Slok, 7736
DISTRIBUTION BY CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF SEROTYPES ISOLATED FROM PEDIATRIC INVASIVE PNEUMOCOCCAL DISEASES IN 2009-2010 IN MADRID, SPAIN
ESPID Education, Jesus Ruiz-Contreras, 7737
CROSS-SECTIONAL POPULATION-BASED STUDY TO EVALUATE THE SEROPREVALENCE OF 13 SEROTYPE SPECIFIC IGG ANTIBODIES AGAINST STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE
ESPID Education, Karin Elberse, 7738
FALL OR SPRING FOR PNEUMOCOCCUS? CHANGES IN INVASIVE PNEUMOCOCCAL DISEASE IN SPANISH CHILDREN
ESPID Education, Fernando Moraga-Llop, 7739
PNEUMOCOCCAL SEROTYPES IN COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA IN CHILDREN VACCINATED WITH PCV-7
ESPID Education, Josette Raymond, 7740
SEROTYPE DISTRIBUTION AND SENSIVITY TO PENICILLIN OF STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE ISOLATES THAT CAUSE INVASIVE DISEASE AMONG BRAZIL CHILDREN.
ESPID Education, Cristina Yoshioka, 7741
EXPECTED IMPACT OF 13-VALENT PNEUMOCOCCAL CONJUGATE VACCINATION IN INVASIVE BACTERIAL INFECTION RATE IN THE PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
ESPID Education, Borja Gómez, 7742
ANTIBODY PERSISTENCE IN CHILDREN VACCINATED WITH ONE DOSE OF ASO3-ADJUVANTED A/H1N1/2009 VACCINE AND THE EFFECT OF SEASONAL 2010-2011 INFLUENZA VACCINE
ESPID Education, Vladimir Gilca, 7749
IMMUNOGENICITY AND SAFETY OF INTRADERMAL INFLUENZA VACCINES WITH DIFFERENT AMOUNT OF ANTIGENS IN OTHERWISE HEALTHY CHILDREN
ESPID Education, Susanna Esposito, 7751
SAFETY OF A THREE SUBUNIT INFLUENZA VACCINE IN HEALTH CARE WORKERS IN KURDISTAN: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY
ESPID Education, Jafar Soltani, 7752
ACUTE GASTROENTERITIS HOSPITALIZATIONS BEFORE AND AFTER ROTAVIRUS VACCINE INTRODUCTION IN NORTH-WEST SPAIN (GALICIA).
ESPID Education, Federico Martinon-Torres, 7756
IMPACT OF A ROTAVIRUS VACCINATION CAMPAIGN ON HOSPITALISATIONS IN FRANCE : THIRD -YEAR SURVEY OF THE IVANHOE STUDY
ESPID Education, Arnaud Gagneur, 7758
THE BURDEN OF ROTAVIRUS DISEASE IN DENMARK 2009-2010
ESPID Education, Claus Sixtus Jensen, 7760
LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAY FOR RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS (RSV) IN PROPHYLAXED VERSUS NON-PROPHYLAXED PREMATURE INFANTS
ESPID Education, Katharina Büsch, 7762
EFFECT OF INHALED HYPERTONIC SALINE SOLUTION TO TREAT INFANTS HOSPITALIZED WITH VIRAL BRONCHIOLITIS
ESPID Education, Anne Hochs, 7763
SURVEILLANCE OF VIRAL RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT USING MICROARRAYS
ESPID Education, Sophia Kouni, 7764
BACTERIAL CELL WALL COMPONENT MURAMYL DIPEPTIDE SYNERGIZES WITH RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS IN CYTOKINE PRODUCTION
ESPID Education, Marloes Vissers, 7766
PERTUSSIS AFTER END OF A MASS VACCINATION PROJECT - END OF THE VACCINATION HONEY- MOON
ESPID Education, Birger Trollfors, 7767
SPECIAL IMMUNIZATION SERVICE (SIS) IN PADOVA: 8 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
ESPID Education, Teresa Mion, 7778
VACCINE UPTAKE DETERMINANTS IN THE NETHERLANDS
ESPID Education, Hester de Melker, 7779
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF THE UNVACCINATED: A BEHAVIOUR CHANGE COMMUNICATIONS FRAMEWORK AND TOOLKIT FOR THE WHO EUROPEAN REGION.
ESPID Education, Robb Butler, 7780
GENOTYPE DISTRIBUTION AND ROTAVIRUS GASTROENTERITIS HOSPITALIZATIONS FOUR YEARS AFTER VACCINATION IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL
ESPID Education, Marco Safadi, 7784
LONG-TERM RESPONSE TO HEPATITIS B VIRUS VACCINATION IN HIV-INFECTED CHILDREN; IMPLICATIONS OF HAART INTERRUPTION
ESPID Education, Antoni Noguera-Julian, 7785
IMPAIRED T-CELL DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT MEMORY B-CELL FORMATION IN HIV-INFECTED CHILDREN
ESPID Education, D. van den Heuvel, 7786
CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN BORN TO HIV-INFECTED MOTHERS IN EQUATORIAL GUINEA
ESPID Education, Katie Badillo, 7787
HIV CHARACTERISTICS AND EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT OF A COHORT OF HIV INFECTED ADOLESCENTS DUE TO VERTICAL TRANSMISSION.
ESPID Education, María González Tomé, 7788
IMPROVING ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY ADHERENCE IN HIV-INFECTED CHILDREN. PILOT STUDY.
ESPID Education, Fernando Moraga-Llop, 7789
HIGH PREVALENCE OF LOW VITAMIN D IN HIV VERTICALLY INFECTED CHILDREN LIVING IN IRELAND
ESPID Education, Patrick Gavin, 7790
NORMAL BONE MINERAL CONTENT AMONG HIV-UNINFECTED CHILDREN PERINATALLY EXPOSED TO ANTIRETROVIRALS
ESPID Education, Rosa Pino Ramírez, 7791
EFFECTS OF SIMPLIFICATION OF HAART IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN
ESPID Education, Mar Santos-Sebastián, 7792
HOSPITALIZED CHILDHOOD COMMUNITY ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA (CAP) IN BELGIUM: PNEUMOCOCCAL ETIOLOGY AND SEROTYPE DISTRIBUTION BASED ON CULTURE AND SEROTYPE SPECIFIC SEROLOGY.
ESPID Education, Iris De Schutter, 7799
IMMUNOGLOBULIN DEFICIENCY IN CHILDREN WITH HIB VACCINE FAILURE
ESPID Education, Clarissa Oeser, 7955
DETECTION OF FUSOBACTERIAL INFECTION IN A CULTURE-NEGATIVE BRAIN ABSCESS WITH 16S rRNA GENE PCR
ESPID Education, Christina Kortsalioudaki, 7957
TIMELINESS AND COMPLIANCE OF ROTAVIRUS VACCINATION IN AUSTRALIA
ESPID Education, MAJA GALIC, 7958
IMPACT OF VACCINATION WITH RIX4414 ON ROTAVIRUS GASTROENTERITIS (RVGE) IN CHILDREN AGED < 5 YEARS IN AUSTRALIA
ESPID Education, MAJA GALIC, 7959
SHOCK AND HIGH MORTALITY IN “THIRD WAVE” INFLUENZA A H1N1/09 INTENSIVE CARE ADMISSIONS
ESPID Education, Stuart Gormley, 7968
PROSPECTIVE, MULTINATIONAL ACTIVE HOSPITAL-BASED EPIDEMIOLOGIC SURVEILLANCE FOR IPD AND PNEUMONIA BURDEN AMONG CHILDREN IN BANGALORE SOUTH ZONE, BANGALORE, INDIA
ESPID Education, Ramalinge Gowda Nisarga, 7743
BUILDING UP AN EVIDENCE BASE FOR SUPPORTING HARMONISATION OF IMMUNISATION SCHEDULES IN EUROPE
ESPID Education, Pier Luigi Lopalco, 4855
DIFFICULTIES OF EMEA FOR REGISTRATION INDUCED BY THE DIFFERENT SCHEDULES IN EUROPE
ESPID Education, Pieter Neels, 4854
INFANT VACCINE SCHEDULES: MAY VACCINE IMMUNOLOGY SHOW US THE WAY FORWARD?
ESPID Education, Claire-Anne Siegrist, 4853
CHILDREN WITH FEVER: CHALLENGES FOR PAEDIATRICIANS AND METHODOLOGISTS
ESPID Education, Rianne Oostenbrink, 4847
DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS IN ASSESSING THE RISK FOR SERIOUS BACTERIAL INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH FEVER WITHOUT SOURCE
ESPID Education, Matthew Thompson, 4848
INTERPRETATION OF A SINGLE LABORATORY TEST TO DISCRIMINATE BETWEEN VIRAL AND BACTERIAL INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH FEVER WITHOUT SOURCE?
ESPID Education, Alain Gervaix, 4849
CHILDREN WITH FEVER WITHOUT SOURCE: LOOKING FOR THE MARKER
ESPID Education, Octavio Ramilo, 4851
HOW TO MANAGE RESISTANT GRAM+ ORGANISM INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN?
ESPID Education, Emmanuelle Varon & Philippe Ovetchkine, 4845
COLIMYCIN
ESPID Education, Robert Cohen, 4844
PENEMS
ESPID Education, Xavier Durrmeyer, 4843
DAPTOMYCIN
ESPID Education, Christian Chidiac, 4842
NEW AND OLD ANTIBIOTICS TO TREAT RESISTANT BACTERIA: LINEZOLID
ESPID Education, Celine Pulcini, 4841
Clinical Cases
ESPID Education, Emmanuel Grimprel, 5244
Expecting a baby... at home or abroad?
ESPID Education, Catherine Weil-Olivier, 5245
IMMUNIZATION IN SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES: FROM GUIDELINES TO PATIENT CARE, THE INFOVAC EXPERT NETWORK MODEL
ESPID Education, Claire-Anne Siegrist, 4840
Rare and not so rare! Do I know?
ESPID Education, Ulrich Heininger, 5243
HOW TO MANAGE RESISTANT GRAM- ORGANISM INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN?
ESPID Education, Shai Ashkenazi and Edouard Bingen , 4838
Immunity or autoimmunity? This is often the question!
ESPID Education, Claire-Anne Siegrist, 5246
INVASIVE PNEUMOCOCCAL DISEASE IN CHILDREN: A PRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCY ?
ESPID Education, Capucine Picard, 4835
DIAGNOSIS & MANAGEMENT OF INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH IMMUNE DEFICIENCIES
ESPID Education, Andrew Cant, 4836
INFECTIONS IN PATIENTS ON THE NEW BIOLOGICAL IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE AGENTS
ESPID Education, Mario Abinun, 4837
MDR-TB MANAGEMENT IN A 7-MONTH-OLD CHINESE GIRL
ESPID Education, Luis Gonzalez-Granado, 3700
CASE HSV-Neonate
ESPID Education, Michael Buettcher, 3701
CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS-RELATED INFECTIONS
ESPID Education, Simone Cesaro, 3568

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