7 edition of Paediatric Infectious Diseases in Arab Countries found in the catalog.
Paediatric Infectious Diseases in Arab Countries
Abdelaziz Y. Elzouki
March 11, 1987
by John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Written in English
Wiley Medical Publication
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
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While the wealthy often escape the impact of infectious disease, the poor in many Arab countries are still carrying that disease burden. None of top three causes of early death and disability for high-income individuals in the Arab world were infectious diseases in , according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases Clinical Practice Guidelines: Bone and Joint Infections FREE Download. Special COVID Collection Easy access to all fast-tracked COVID articles published i n The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal. ESPID "Purple Pages".
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Infectious diseases are still the major cause of childhood illness and death in Arab countries from Morocco to Saudi Arabia. This book discusses the epidemiology, aetiology and management of infections common in Arab children and effects of immunisation and therapy.
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Conference proceedings; Book: Pediatric infectious diseases in Arab countries. + pp. Conference Title: Pediatric infectious diseases in Arab countries. Abstract: This publication contains articles on the epidemiology, aetiology and management of various infections infections Subject Category: Diseases diseases Subject Category.
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Childhood Pneumonia in the Arab World. Pneumonia kills more children than any other infectious disease, accounting for almost 1/5 of deaths among children worldwide (Wardlaw et al.
).In the Arab region, the mortality rates in hospitalized children vary between 10% and 25% (Al-Muhairi et al. ), while the etiological agents and their incidences vary between these countries.
Comprehensive in scope, yet concise and easy to manage, Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, 5th Edition, by Drs. Sarah Long, Charles Prober, and Marc Fischer, is your go-to resource for authoritative information on infectious diseases in children and adolescents.
A veritable "who's who" of global authorities provides the practical knowledge you need to understand. Araujo da Silva, André Ricardo; Oliveira, Cristina Vieira de Souza; Teixeira, Cristiane Henriques; Leal, Izabel Alves: Use of the World Health Organization Access, Watch, and Reserve Classification to Follow Trends in Prescription of Antibiotic Use in Two Pediatric Intensive Care Units in.
Haemoglobin disorders, inherited metabolic diseases, neurogenetic disorders, and birth defects are common among Arab populations. The relative human and economic costs of these diseases are rising because of the decline in prevalence of infectious diseases and improved but expensive medical care available to affected by: Red Book: Report of the Committee of Infectious Diseases (27th ed.) Elk Grove, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics.
• Frankowski, B. et al (). American Academy of Paediatrics Clinical Report: Head Lice. Textbook of Pediatric Infectious Diseases is a comprehensive guide to the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases in children and adolescents.
Beginning with a general introduction and diagnosis, the following sections discuss different types of infections – systemic, bacterial, viral, protozoal, parasitic and fungal, and newly. According to the Arab Union League, there are 22 independent Arab states with more than million inhabitants.
Poverty, inadequate health services, political instability, and outbreaks of infectious diseases are common in many Arab countries [1–3].For example, there was an outbreak of polio in Syria that made international agencies call for a ceasefire to accomplish a polio vaccination Cited by: Assessment of research productivity of Arab countries in the field of infectious diseases using Web of Science Available via license: CC BY Content may be subject to copyright.
Postgraduate Diploma in Paediatric Infectious Diseases The Postgraduate Diploma in Paediatric Infectious Diseases is a part-time two-year programme looking at both the theoretical and practical aspects of paediatric infection.
The course is taught via a blend of online and residential components. The idea of the book, Public Health in the Arab World, was conceptualized during preparations for the scientific conference of the 50th anniversary of the Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) at the American University of Beirut (AUB), which took place in December Discussions uncovered the need for a comprehensive book focusing on public health in the Arab region.
fectious diseases and immunology at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney, and Clinical Profes-sor of Paediatric Infectious Diseases at the University of Sydney. He has published 10 books and over peer-reviewed publications.
His research interests are neonatal infections, respiratory virus infections, im-munizations, and Size: 3MB. Genetic Disorders in Arab Populations Ghazi Omar Tadmouri Since the s, Arab countries have made progress in some health related aspects such as: infant mortality, life expectancy, and access to health care.
Infectious diseases and nutritional disorders have decreased in prevalence because of significant advances in immu-File Size: KB. In the GCC countries, expatriate workers from countries with a high prevalence of TB contribute to the occurrence of new cases and sustained TB transmission [2, 3, 4, 5].In Saudi Arabia, the TB incidence rate among expatriates doubles that for Saudi nationals and most non-Saudi patients originate from countries with high TB endemicity [5, 6].Typing studies in Oman have demonstrated a Cited by: Available evidence suggests that congenital and genetic disorders are responsible for a major proportion of infant mortality, morbidity, and handicap in Arab countries.1–3 The population of the region is characterised by large family size, high maternal and paternal age, and a high level of inbreeding with consanguinity rates in the range of %.1 2 4 w1 Certain disorders are common throughout the Arab world Cited by: The publication provides a summary of evidence and assessment using the GRADE process, and recommendations on the management of common causes of childhood illnesses.
The key areas covered include management of several common neonatal conditions, common causes of fever (acute and chronic otitis media.
Infectious Diseases in Children strives to be the global, definitive information source for pediatric professionals by delivering timely, accurate, authoritative and balanced reports on clinical. Infectious Diseases of Saudi Arabia.
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Genetic Disorders among Arab Populations. Edited by Ahmad S Teebi and T I Farag. (Pp ; £75 hardback.) Oxford University Press, ISBN This is No 30 of Oxford Monographs on Medical Genetics.
It discusses various demographic features of Arabs, selected disease entity among Arabs, genetic disorders in Arab countries and geographic regions, as well as cultural Cited by: