1 edition of Bibliography on leptospirosis. found in the catalog.
Bibliography on leptospirosis.
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Bibliography Books and Journals Alora BD, Nambayan A, Perez J, et al. Leptospirosis in Santo Tomas University Hospital: Analysis of 17 cases, Phil J Microbiol Infect Dis ; 11(1) Bal AM, Kakrani AL, Bharadwaj RS, Kagal AS, Joshi SA, Arjunwadkar VP () Evaluation of clinical criteria for the diagnosis of leptospirosis.
Department of Medicine, BJ Medical College, Pune. This is a 3-in-1 reference book. It gives a complete medical dictionary covering hundreds of terms and expressions relating to leptospirosis.
It also gives extensive lists of bibliographic : Icon Health Publications. These are the sources and citations used to research leptospirosis. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Friday, Book. Human leptospirosis - World Health Organization - [Geneva] In-text: (Human leptospirosis, ) Your Bibliography: Human Leptospirosis.
[Geneva]: World Health Organization. Website. Agampodi S. 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. Leptospirosis is an acute febrile disease with varied manifestations. The severity of disease ranges from asymptomatic or subclinical to self-limited systemic illness (approximately 90% of patients) to life-threatening illness with jaundice, renal failure (oliguric or nonoliguric), myocarditis, hemorrhage (particularly pulmonary), and refractory shock.
Leptospirosis: Global Status is one in a series of GIDEON ebooks which explore all individual infectious diseases, drugs, vaccines, outbreaks, surveys and pathogens in every country of the world. Data are based on the GIDEON web application () which relies on standard text books, peer-review journals, Health Ministry reports and ProMED, supplemented by an ongoing exhaustive.
Leptospira Leptospirosis Leptospirosis in animals Medical / Infectious Diseases Medical / Parasitology Medical / Veterinary Medicine / General Science / Life Sciences / Biology / Microbiology: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. 2 days ago Leptospirosis infection commonly passes unnoticed, as shown by high seroprevalence rates in endemic areas.
However, severe disease may rarely occur as exemplified in the case presented here. Complications including pulmonary haemorrhage, jaundice, renal impairment, myocarditis, and uveitis are all possibilities. The differential diagnosis of a returning traveller with pulmonary symptoms. • Leptospirosis is a disease that is caused by spirochete bacteria in the genus Leptospira.
There are 10 pathogenic species, and more than pathogenic serovars. • While leptospirosis occurs worldwide, it is more common in tropical or sub-tropical climates.
Guidelines for the control of leptospirosis by S. Faine,World Health Organization, Obtainable from WHO Publication Centre USA] edition, in English. The incubation period is 2–30 days, and illness usually occurs 5–14 days after exposure. While most infections are thought to be asymptomatic, clinical illness can present as a self-limiting acute febrile illness, estimated to occur in approximately 90% of clinical infections, or as a severe, potentially fatal illness with multiorgan dysfunction in 5%–10% of patients.
The book, essentially a reference manual, is divided into 19 chapters, the first 2 of which are mainly historical, dealing with leptospirosis and the causative organisms.
The subsequent chapters give detailed accounts of the organisms, including an intricate description of the leptospiral cell with some fine illustrations showing the.
Your Bibliography: Rodriguez-Gonzalez I, e., [Efficacy Of Spirolept Vaccine Against Human Leptospirosis As Estimated By Passive Protection Of Laboratory Rodents].
- Pubmed. Leptospirosis is caused primarily by the species Leptospira interrogans and L. kirschneri. The incubation period for leptospirosis may be relatively short (seven days in experimental studies) and the organisms replicate rapidly within the blood, as early as one day after infection, before invading tissues.
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.
APA Citation. Faine, S. Leptospira and leptospirosis. Boca Raton: CRC Press. MLA Citation. Faine, S. Leptospira and leptospirosis / author, Solomon Faine CRC Press Boca Raton Australian/Harvard Citation. Faine, S.Leptospira and leptospirosis / author, Solomon Faine CRC Press Boca Raton.
Wikipedia Citation. Leptospira and leptospirosis / author, Solomon Faine; Human leptospirosis: guidance for diagnosis, surveillance and control; Leptospirosis in humans and animals / written by Andrea Britton [et al.] Leptospirosis in cattle, pigs, sheep, horses and humans [electronic resource].
Human Leptospirosis Infection in Fiji: An Eco-epidemiological Approach to Identifying Risk Factors and Environmental Drivers for Transmission Colleen L. Lau, Conall H.
Watson, John H. Lowry, Michael C. David, Scott B. Craig, Sarah J. Wynwood, Mike Kama, Eric J. Nilles. Leptospirosis occurs worldwide; except polar climates.
It is an occupational hazard for people who work outdoors or with animals, such as farmers, sewer workers, dairy farmers, veterinarians, rice and sugarcane field workers, military personnel, or others. Leptospirosis is 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 trop. Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease with worldwide distribution and increasing prevalence.
Infection is caused by the spirochete Leptospira, with common exposure being contaminated fresh water. Most infections are asymptomatic, but symptoms range from a mild, self-limiting, non-specific febrile illness to fulminant respiratory and renal failure.
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May 8, leptospirosis • rats • veterinary health • wildlife In a collaborative effort, several investigators from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine as well as MedVet Chicago partnered on the paper, “The Descriptive and Spatio-Temporal Analyses of 45 Canine Leptospirosis Cases from Chicago, ”.
Leptospirosis is a zoonosis caused by a pathogenic spirochete "leptospira interrogans." Severe form of leprospira infection is usually associated with jaundice and renal involvement, leading to. Leptospirosis is a significant problem among farmed deer in New Zealand, particularly animals less than a year of age.
Lethargy and hematuria were the principal clinical signs in some outbreaks. Other signs included jaundice, photosensitization, corneal opacity, anemia and poor weight gain. Sudden death was reported in some cases. Format E-book collection (PDF) Price Because leptospirosis is easily overlooked and consequently underreported in many parts of the world, it is necessary to increase awareness and knowledge of the disease as a public health threat.
but the interested reader can find further information in the annexes and the general bibliography. These. 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. Canine and Feline Infectious Diseases is a practical, up-to-date resource covering the most important and cutting-edge advances in the field.
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80 case studies illustrate the clinical relevance of the major infectious disease chapters. Leptospirosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria. It can lead to potentially fatal infections of the kidney, liver, brain, lung or heart.
Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to A-Z link Skip directly to A-Z link Skip directly to A-Z link. Leptospirosis, acute systemic illness of animals, occasionally communicable to humans, that is characterized by extensive inflammation of the blood vessels.
It is caused by a spirochete, or spiral-shaped bacterium, of the genus Leptospira. Leptospires infect most mammals, particularly rodents and. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Rat fever) Leptospirosis is a blood infection caused by the bacteria Leptospira.
Signs and symptoms can range from none to mild (headaches, muscle pains, and fevers) to severe (bleeding in the lungs or meningitis).
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Within the last ten years a vast library of books has appeared on the Vietnam war and the events that surrounded the conflict. Leptospirosis is a major neglected public health problem and is highly underreported in India. The spectrum of clinical features ranges from subclinical infection to multiorgan failure.
The burden of leptospirosis is more in developing countries. To increase knowledge of leptospirosis in the Netherlands and identify changing trends of this disease over time, we analyzed historical passive surveillance reports for an year period (–).
We found that 2, mainly severe leptospirosis cases were diagnosed (average annual incidence rate cases/, population). A Patient's Guide to Leptospirosis [Smith MA, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Patient's Guide to Leptospirosis When a book states it has a bibliography, I expect the bibliography to be from respected sources. Since most of the bibliographic entries for this book are from Wikipedia, and since Wikipedia entries Reviews: 2.
About MyAccess. If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to. The neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) leptospirosis, dengue, and rabies have particular importance as urban health problems in developing countries.
Leptospirosis is one of the world’s most common zoonoses, transmitted through contact with bodies of water, such as canals and sewers, contaminated with leptospires. In urban areas, contamination occurs through exposure to the urine of rats and. Leptospirosis is an infectious bacterial disease that can be deadly when left untreated in dogs.
Learn about the latest lepto medical studies and findings. In livestock, the main sources of economic loss caused by leptospirosis include abortions, stillbirths, birth of weak neonates, animal deaths, loss of milk production, and costs of veterinary care, treatment, and vaccines.
Animals that have been exposed to or infected with Leptospira are not eligible for import or export because of the risk of transmission of the disease.
Leptospirosis is an infection. It occurs when you come in contact with leptospira bacteria. Antigens are large molecules (usually proteins) on the surface of cells, viruses, fungi, bacteria, and some non-living substances such as toxins, chemicals, drugs, and foreign particles.Weil syndrome (icteric leptospirosis) is a severe form with jaundice and usually azotemia, anemia, diminished consciousness, and continued fever.
Onset is similar to that of less severe forms. However, hemorrhagic manifestations, which are due to capillary injury and include epistaxis, hemoptysis, petechiae, purpura, and ecchymoses, then develop and rarely progress to subarachnoid, adrenal, or.An infection of leptospirosis resembles a cold or influenza infection in the initial stages.
The incubation period is from 4 to 10 days, depending on the method of infection and your susceptibility. Not all exposed persons catch the disease.
Early symptoms are fever, chills, muscular aches and pains, loss of appetite, and nausea when lying down.