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Suggested Publications

A Systematic Review of the Effect of Rotavirus Vaccination on Diarrhea Outcomes Among Children Younger Than 5 Years
This week WAidid suggests the Systematic Review published on Pediatric Infectious Diseases Journal on May 31st, 2016 on Rotavirus effects.
SUMMARY:Diarrheal disease is a leading cause of childhood morbidity and mortality globally. Rotavirus is the l...
Clinical Predictors of Sensorineural Hearing Loss and Cognitive Outcome in Infants with Symptomatic Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection
WAidid suggests an articlel on Symptomatic Congenital Cytomegalovirus in infants published on Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal in May. The objective of this study was to determine newborn clinical findings predictive of adverse clinical outc...
Carbapenems to Treat Multidrug and Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis: A Systematic Review
WAidid suggests a recent article, published this year on the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, on Carbapenems (ertapenem, imipenem, meropenem), that are used to treat multidrug-resistant (MDR-) and extensively drug-resistant tuberculo...
Genome-wide association studies in infectious diseases
The article suggested by WAidid this week, Genome-wide association studies in infectious diseases, has been published on The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal on May 2016; this is the official publication of ESPID - European Society for Paedi...
Travelers' Diarrhea in Children: What Have We Learnt?
Summer is coming, so this week WAidid suggests an article on diarrhea, that is the most common travel-associated illness. The paper was published last May on Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal.
SUMMARY:This paper intends to provide an up...
World Health Organization’s Global Tuberculosis Report 2015: launch
The WHO Global TB report (key-document for people working in TB management and control) highlights the need to close detection and treatment gaps, fill funding shortfalls, and develop new diagnostics, drugs and vaccines.
SUMMARY:The fight against tu...
Recommended immunization schedules for adults: Clinical practice guidelines by EVASG, EUGMS, WAidid
WAidid suggests the reading of the first European guidelines on adult and elderly vaccinations just published 'Recommended immunization schedules for adults: Clinical practice guidelines by the Escmid Vaccine Study Group (EVASG), European Geriatric M...
Symptomatic Dengue in Children in 10 Asian and Latin American Countries
This week WAidid suggests an article on dengue in children, published on the New England Journal of Medicine on March 24, 2016, about the burden of the disease in Asian countries and in Latin American countries.
SUMMARY:Precise estimates of the...
WHO launches a Global Action Framework for TB Research and creates a new TB research team
This week WAidid suggests the article WHO launches a Global Action Framework for TB Research and creates a new TB research team that has two fundamental objectives: 1) To promote, enhance and intensify TB research and innovation at country level...
Safety and Immunogenicity of Sequential Rotavirus Vaccine Schedules
WAidid suggests a recently published paper that says the rotavirus vaccines can be used interchangeabily. The study, infact, aimed to investigate the noninferiority of the immune responses to the 2 licensed rotavirus vaccines when administered a...
Drug allergy: diagnosis and management of drug allergy in adults, children and young people; a look at NICE guidance
WAidid suggets a review that focuses on the reccomendations for drug adverse reactions for children and young people.
SUMMARY:All drugs have the potential to cause side effects known as adverse drug reactions (ADRs). These reactions should be differ...
Multiple inflammasome complexes are activated in autistic spectrum disorders
On the occasion of the World Autism Awareness Day, that will be celebrated on the 2nd of April, WAidid suggests the article 'Multiple inflammasome complexes are activated in autistic spectrum disorders', published on 'Brain, Behavior, and Immuni...
WHO global consultation brings together communities, nongovernmental and other civil society organizations to ramp up efforts to end TB
WAidid suggests the publication 'WHO global consultation brings together communities, nongovernmental and other civil society organizations to ramp up efforts to end TB' because. Why? As Dr Mario Raviglione (Director of WHO’s Global TB Programm...
Pharmacologic management of neuropsychiatric lupus
This week, WAidid suggests the article Pharmacologic management of neuropsychiatric lupus published this year in Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology.
SUMMARY:Neuropsychiatric lupus (NPSLE) affects above 50% of patients with systemic lup...
State of the art: Reproduction and pregnancy in rheumatic diseases
On occasion of the 8th of March, WAidid suggests the article State of the art: Reproduction and pregnancy in rheumatic diseases published on Autoimmunity Reviews (May 2015).
SUMMARY:Throughout the last decade, increasing awarenes...
Pertussis Across the Globe: Recent Epidemiologic Trends From 2000-2013
This week WAidid suggests an article on pertussis epidemiologic trends published on June 2015 in The Pediatric Infectious Diseases Journal.
SUMMARY:Pertussis has reemerged as a problem across the world. To better understand the nature of the resurge...
Slow Progress In Finalizing Measles And Rubella Elimination In The European Region
This week, WAidid suggests the recent article Slow Progress In Finalizing Measles And Rubella Elimination In The European Region.
SUMMARY:The WHO Regional Office for Europe has launched a number of technical and advocacy initiatives designed to...
Factor H Autoantibodies in Patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome and Thrombosis
WAidid suggests the article published by The Journal of Rheumatology Factor H Autoantibodies in Patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome and Thrombosis indicating that in patients with APS and recurrent venous thrombosis, there are...
Comment on: Dietary yeast reduce inflammation in central nerve system via microflora
This week, WAidid suggests an article first published online on Oct, 24th 2015; it is a Comment on the article Dietary yeast reduce inflammation in central nerve system via microflora by Takata et al., published online on D...
WHO Guidelines on the management of latent tuberculosis infection
This week WAidid suggests to read the WHO Guidelines on the management of latent tuberculosis infection. WHO recognizes the management of latent tuberculosis infection as an essential element in the implementation of the END-TB strategy and the ...
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