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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    OBJECTIVE: We tested the hypothesis that changes in steroid responsiveness are implicated in the relationship between asthma and the common cold.[]

  • Sunburn

    Together the data may have broad implications for the immunotherapeutic properties of vitamin D in skin homeostasis, and implicate arginase-1 upregulation as a previously[] […] advised to use SPF30 labelled sunscreens than SPF15 sunscreens, and to apply the product carefully over exposed skin if they wish to minimize their risk of sunburn and, by implication[]

  • Influenza

    These findings have important implications for national and international guidelines for influenza vaccination for HIV-positive people and future research.[] Waning serological responsiveness to influenza vaccination with the progression of human pregnancy has important translational implications for when immunization should be[] […] with previous seasonal strains, the pattern of glycosylation acquisition/loss at 177 and 179 positions on the globular head, which are prominent features of immune escape, implicate[]

  • Insect Bite

    We speculate that immunodeficiency plays a role in its pathogenesis; however, the exact pathogenesis and its prognostic implications await further studies.[] Systemic Implications and Complications Bug bites are typically self-limited. Excoriation can cause secondary impetiginization and, in exceptional cases, cellulitis.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    The drug resistant pathogens implicated in wound and urinary tract infection of diabetic patients were isolated and identified by molecular sequencing.[] However, there have been case reports implicating bifidobacteria as pathogenic agents in a variety of different infectious conditions.[] […] mechanistic understanding of infection stone formation and growth, including the influence of the organic matrix, microorganisms, and biofilms, highlighting the medical implications[]

  • Pneumonia

    This activation may have implications for the outcomes of P. aeruginosa infections.[] Epidemiology It is thought that the three main atypical organisms might be implicated in up to 30% of CAP. [ 8 ] Risk factors Mycoplasma and chlamydophila spread by person-to-person[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Abstract Shewanella algae is an emerging bacteria rarely implicated as a human pathogen.[] IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE: Nurse autonomy in using an AGE pathway facilitates evidence-based practice, improves ED efficiency, and decreases resource utilization and LOS.[] What are the implications for public health practice? Cases of acute gastroenteritis illness on cruise ships are relatively infrequent.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Ipsilateral maxillary (81.7%) and ethmoidal (75.6%) sinuses were the most common sources of infection, and the most frequently implicated pathogens were coagulase-negative[] Some fungi have also been implicated in the etiology of sinusitis but fungal sinusitis is a rare condition.[] Several fungal agents are implicated, including 1-2 : Aspergillus spp : typically in neutropenic patients Zygomycetes : usually in diabetic patients Rhizopus spp Mucor spp[]

  • Pharyngitis

    We report macrolide resistance rates in a primary care setting in our geographic area over the past 5 years and discuss the implications of resistance in making treatment[] IMPLICATIONS: This top-5 list can be a novel tool to spread the key messages of guidelines and to avoid unnecessary diagnostic procedures, and to promote a rational use of[]

  • Dementia

    This case has implications for our understanding of the neural correlate of catatonia, specifically frontal lobe pathway dysfunction.[] If these findings are confirmed, they carry significant public health implications for an aging society.[]

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