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  • Influenza

    12 February 2007 Simple Planning Tools Can Help in Early Days of Pandemic U.S. agency creates pandemic severity index resembling hurricane categories A nurse gives flu shots[] We obtained data on the timing of 19 classes of NPI in 17 U.S. cities during the 1918 pandemic and tested the hypothesis that early implementation of multiple interventions[] Results Effect of Early Interventions on Epidemic Spread.[]

  • Insect Bite

    With this report, the authors, as dentists, emphasize the significance of recognition, early diagnosis, and referral of such patients with bleeding disorders to specialized[] […] consistent with necrotizing fasciitis.Secondary bacterial infection is an important possible complication following insect bite, and a high degree of suspicion with aggressive early[] […] our clinical findings and experience with this patient population, we propose a set of principles (termed "SCRATCH") as clinical features to aid clinicians in making an early[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    The danger of a rapid downhill clinical course with mortality due to suppurative mediastinitis makes early diagnosis of critical importance.[] CONCLUSIONS: Evidence from published trials suggests that Echinacea may be beneficial for the early treatment of acute URIs.[] […] observed differences in CBCL and TRF scores based on timing of URI: infections in mid-pregnancy (lunar months 4-5) were associated with poorer scores than were infections in early[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Early reintroduction of usual foods (breast milk, formula or solids) has been shown to shorten the illness.[] We conclude that prompt diagnosis and multidisciplinary intervention will lead to appropriate management-consisting of the installation of early short-course steroid therapy[] Use of clinical dehydration scales to assess the level of dehydration and early initiation of oral rehydration therapy promote optimal patient outcomes.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    […] a higher early UTI risk odds ratio [OR], 3.23; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.44 to 7.24; P 0.003).[] Therefore, this study aimed to develop a new, early diagnostic predictor that could discriminate between patients with urosepsis and those with febrile urinary tract infections[] Electronic databases were searched to identify RCTs that compared early vs late stent removal. Primary outcome was urinary tract infections.[]

  • Dementia

    Difficulty following storylines Difficulty following storylines may occur due to early dementia. This is a classic early symptom.[] Scanning a list of early warning signs can help you work out if you need further assessment, Dr Farrow says.[] An early or unprompted assessment paradigm needs to distinguish early pathological change from normal states.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    These outcomes included: early-onset GBS disease (sepsis and/or meningitis), GBS pneumonia, neonatal colonization with GBS, neonatal mortality due to early-onset GBS infection[] Early diagnosis and distinction from viral infections, especially HSV infection, are of the utmost importance.[] Characteristic findings were early onset of shock (91% [50/55]) and infection-induced strong uterine contraction (73% [40/55]) suggestive of placental abruption.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Conclusion Early diagnosis of AIFS has been shown to decrease morbidity and mortality.[] Early recognition is crucial for facilitating successful treatment with minimal morbidity.[] In cases of sudden visual loss, early intervention may prevent permanent vision loss.[]

  • Otitis Media

    A Preliminary Account of the Effect of Otitis Media on 15-Month-Olds' Categorization and Some Implications for Early Language Learning In the present study, 24 infants 14[] A first language: The early stages . Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press . Google Scholar Bruner, J. ( 1983 ). Child’s talk . New York : W. W. Norton .[] The effects of early bilateral otitis media with effusion on language ability: A prospective cohort study. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research , 36 , 1004–1012.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    An effective outpatient follow-up for these children throughout early childhood might also be warranted.[] Sensitivity is 74%–95% early in the illness, but decreases with each day of illness and possibly also if the test is used after antiviral medications are initiated.[] The pediatric early warning score (PEWS) is an established tool used in UK clinical practice.[]

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