3 edition of Human listeriosis; diagnostic, epidemiological and clinical studies found in the catalog.
Human listeriosis; diagnostic, epidemiological and clinical studies
|Statement||by J. Bojsen-Møller.|
|LC Classifications||RC155 .B64 1972b|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||73176841|
to determine the clinical/biological and radiological presentation of listeriosis; to describe and further study current therapeutic practices in the 3 forms of the disease (namely, septicaemic, neurologic and maternal-fetal) to identify inherited risk factors for listeriosis; Ancillary studies: to evaluate serologic/PCR diagnostic . Bojsen-Moller J. Human listeriosis. Diagnostic, epidemiological and clinical studies. Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand B Microbiol Immunol. ; Suppl – McLauchlin J. Listeria monocytogenes, recent advances in the taxonomy and epidemiology of listeriosis Cited by:
Clinical, laboratory, and placental manifestations of perinatal listeriosis are highly variable. Herein, we retrospectively analyzed all patients treated for neonatal listeriosis at the Charité. INTRODUCTION. Listeria monocytogenes is an important bacterial pathogen in immunosuppressed patients, individuals at the extremes of age including neonates and older adults, pregnant women, and, occasionally, previously healthy individuals. Invasion of the central nervous system (meningitis or meningoencephalitis) and bacteremia are the principal clinical .
The current understanding of the epidemiology of human listeriosis suggests that the organism is a common contaminant of food products and that ingestion of small numbers of L. monocytogenes occurs frequently in human populations. A wide variety of clinical Cited by: Denmark has a high incidence of invasive listeriosis ( cases/, population in ). We analyzed patient data, clinical outcome, and trends in pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) and .
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In this monograph on listeriosis the author first briefly reviews previous studies on the disease and the organism since its isolation in from rabbits and guineapigs affected in a laboratory epizootic.
Subsequent chapters deal with characteristics of Listeria monocytogenes, its isolation, and its presence in the human intestinal tract. He reviews 59 cases of listeriosis Cited by: 1. Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand B Microbiol Immunol.
;Suppl Human listeriosis. Diagnostic, epidemiological and clinical by: 5. Epidemiologic studies of outbreaks and sporadic cases of listeriosis have increased the understanding of important sources of Listeria monocytogenes in human illnesses and have conclusively shown that.
Bojsen–Moller J: Human listeriosis–diagnostic, epidemiological and clinical studies. Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand [Suppl] 93–, Google Scholar 2. Bojsen-Moller J: Human listeriosis, diagnostic, epidemiological and clinical studies. Acta Pathol Microbiol Immunol Scand B ; ed New York, McGraw-Hill International Book Co,pp Adam D, Schaffert W, Margaret W: Enhanced in vitro phagocytosis of Listeria monocytogenes by human.
Human listeriosis is under reported and only few studies are available in literature, mostly from developed nations [42, 43]. Use of rapid, advanced and molecular laboratory testing methods including the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) have been instrumental in the diagnosis as well as epidemiological characterization of human listeriosis.
Human disease due to L. monocytogenes usually occurs in the setting of pregnancy, immunosuppression, or extremes of age. Epidemiologic investigation of several outbreaks of listeriosis during the s (12, 41, 93, ) demonstrated thatepidemiclisteriosis is afoodbornedisease.
Recentstudy suggests that a substantial portion of sporadic listeriosisCited by: During the s, investigation of several large epidemics of listeriosis confirmed that transmission of L. monocytogenes in food causes human disease. Progress in laboratory detection and subtyping of the organism has enhanced our ability to compare human Cited by: Introduction Human disease due to Listeria monocytogenes usually occurs in pregnancy, during immunosuppression or at extremes of age.1 Clinical features range from mild influenza-like illness to meningitis and meningoencephalitis.1"3 Epidemiological investigations of several outbreaks of listeriosis Cited by: 9.
Studies had to include epidemiological or clinical data on listeriosis. All clinical forms of infection were included (bacteraemia, neurolisteriosis, and maternal–neonatal infection). Host risk factors for listeriosis have been well identified, but the clinical features and prognostic factors of the disease are based on retrospective studies Cited by: Get this from a library.
Human listeriosis. Diagnostic, epidemiological and clinical studies. [J Bojsen-Møller]. McLauchlin J. Human listeriosis in Britain,a summary of cases. Listeriosis during pregnancy and in the newborn.
Epidemiol Infect. Apr; (2)– [PMC free article] McLauchlin J. Human listeriosis Cited by: Scientific Committee on Enteric Infections and Foodborne Disease Epidemiology of Listeriosis and Prevention Strategies Purpose This paper provides an overview of listeriosis, the global and local epidemiology File Size: KB.
causes, the occurrence of nosocomial listeriosis and community acquired meningitis should be. Listeria considered as a cause of serious concern [13,14,15,16]. Epidemiology of Human Listeriosis. Incidence of human listeriosis. Chapter VII Epidemiology of Invasive List eriosis in Clinical Cases in Navarra (Spain): Comparison between and V.
Garrido, A. Vitas, I. Garc ía-Jalón, L. Torroba. Bojsen-Moller J. Human listeriosis. Diagnostic, epidemiological and clinical studies.
Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand B Microbiol Immunol. ; Suppl – Buchner LH, Schneierson S. Clinical Cited by: Basic epidemiology starts with a definition of epidemiology, introduces the his-tory of modern epidemiology, and provides examples of the uses and applications of epidemiology.
Measurement of exposure and disease are covered in Chapter 2 and a summary of the different types of study. Human listeriosis in Britain, –85, a summary of cases: 2.
Listeriosis in non-pregnant individuals, a changing pattern of infection and seasonal incidence - Volume Issue 2 - J. Cited by: 2. Clinical syndromes. The incidence of listeriosis varies between and /1, in different countries.
Most reported cases present as life-threatening illness in one of three clinical syndromes: maternofetal listeriosis or neonatal listeriosis Cited by: AmJ Epidemiol9.
Schuchat A, Deaver K, Wenger JD, et al: Role of foods in sporadic listeriosis: I. Case-control study of dietary risk factors. JAMAt Bojsen-MollerJ: Human listeriosis: Diagnostic, epidemiologic and clinical studies Cited by: 4. Seven cases of listeriosis identified at perinatal autopsy are described.
The cases occurred during the time of a Los Angeles, California, epidemic of listeriosis from suspected food contamination by Cited by: To better understand the transmission and epidemiology of human listeriosis, Listeria monocytogenes isolates obtained from human listeriosis cases in four U.S.
locations (Michigan. Data on cases of human listeriosis in England and Wales between and were considered. A case of listeriosis was defined as a person with an illness clinically compatible with a diagnosis of listeriosis Author: J.
McLauchlin, K. A. Grant, C. F. L. Amar.