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Dokumenter [5] Sider [1] Kalender [6] Nyt fra tidsskrifterne [+20] Aktuelle smitsomme sygdomme [+20]

Dokumenter [5]

Udgiver: Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin Arbejdsgruppe: Anne-Mette Lebech, Birgitte Rønde Hansen, Christian Brandt, Hans Rudolf von Lüttichau, Jacob Bodilsen, Lothar Wiese, Lykke Larsen, Trine Mogensen.

Udgiver: Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin 2018 Arbejdsgruppe: Anne-Mette Lebech, Birgitte Rønde Hansen, Christian Brandt, Hans Rudolph von Lüttichau, Jacob Bodilsen, Jannik Helweg-Larsen, Lothar Wiese, Lykke Larsen, Trine Mogensen.

Rapport og anbefaling vedrørende ulemper og fordele ved henholdsvis at undlade eller gennemføre lumbalpunktur for patienter i blodfortyndende behandling mistænkt for akut bakteriel meningitis.

Denne vejledning er tiltænkt diagnostik og behandling af formodet Lyme neuroborreliose hos voksne. Vejledningen er udarbejdet som et supplement til Borrelia klaringsrapport (2014).

Af Rikke Krogh-Madsen, formand for Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin. Der er lige nu massivt fokus på læger der har begået fejl. Aktuelt drejer det sig om behandling af meningokoksygdom. Bestyrelsen for Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin (DSI) kender ikke til detaljerne i de konkrete sager og har ikke set sagsakterne. Dette er derfor en generel udtalelse som tager udgangspunkt i udmeldingen fra Patienterstatningen vedr. de tre meningokok-sager.

Sider [1]

…epatitis: Nina Weis, Peer B Christensen, Alex Lund Laursen Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B og C guidelines, Malaria: Carsten Schade Larsen, Lasse Skafte Vestergaard, Peter Ellekvist, Signe Maj Sørensen og Kim David Malaria, Meningitis og encephalitis: Anne Mette Lebech, Christian Brandt, Lykke Larsen, Jacob Bodilsen, Lothar Wiese, Birgitte Rønde Hansen, Hans Rudolf von Lüttchau Akut bakteriel meningitis, Viral meningitis, Encephalitis, Lumbalpunktur af patienter …


Kalender [6]

1. juni, Rigshospitalet
4. maj 2018, Hindsgavl, Middelfart
28. marts 2017, Hvidovre Universitetshospital
17. juni 2015, CHIP, Øster Allé 56, 2100 København Ø
6. marts 2015, Auditorium A, Teilumbygningen, Rigshospitalet

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International Journal of Infectious Diseases
24.06.2022
To study the clinical features of bacterial meningitis in myeloma patients.
International Journal of Infectious Diseases
24.06.2022
Fungal meningitis is typically diagnosed by culture, sometimes by molecular diagnosis or histology. However, cultures lack sensitivity and require several days to grow. A sensitive biomarker that could rapidly identify a fungal central nervous system (CNS) infection could be one step among several towards improving diagnosis and treatment.
Lancet Infectious Diseases
22.06.2022
Cryptococcal meningitis, a major cause of meningitis in adults living with HIV infection, accounts for 15% of global HIV-associated mortality.1 Treatment of cryptococcal meningitis involves three phases: induction, consolidation, and maintenance. The induction phase, which aims at reducing cerebral and meningeal fungal burden crucial for early survival, requires combination antifungal therapy and management of increased cerebrospinal fluid intracranial pressure. WHO in 2018 recommended at induction either 1…
Lancet Infectious Diseases
22.06.2022
In-hospital mortality among patients treated with a flucytosine-containing regimen was comparable to reduced mortality reported in patients receiving a flucytosine-containing regimen in a recent multicentre African clinical trial. Flucytosine-based treatment can be delivered in routine care in a middle-income country with a substantial survival benefit.
Infection
22.06.2022
…Nervous System (iCNS), rapid identification of causing pathogens is crucial for survival and to avoid long-term sequelae. Targeted therapy may reduce side effects and development of antibiotic resistance. New molecular-based syndromic tests such as the “meningitis/encephalitis panel” (MEP) allow accelerated pathogen identification from cerebrospinal fluid. We conducted a clinical study to evaluate the MEP’s efficacy in paediatric patients. . . …
Infection
22.06.2022
…Nervous System (iCNS), rapid identification of causing pathogens is crucial for survival and to avoid long-term sequelae. Targeted therapy may reduce side effects and development of antibiotic resistance. New molecular-based syndromic tests such as the “meningitis/encephalitis panel” (MEP) allow accelerated pathogen identification from cerebrospinal fluid. We conducted a clinical study to evaluate the MEP’s efficacy in paediatric patients. . . …
Infection
3.06.2022
. Abstract. . Purpose. To investigate the prevalence of neuro-functional disability and its determinants 12 months after community-acquired bacterial meningitis (CABM) in adult patients. . . Methods. In a prospective multicenter cohort study (COMBAT), all consecutive cases of CABM were enrolled and followed up for 12 months. Neuro-functional disabi…
Infection
3.06.2022
. Abstract. . Purpose. To investigate the prevalence of neuro-functional disability and its determinants 12 months after community-acquired bacterial meningitis (CABM) in adult patients. . . Methods. In a prospective multicenter cohort study (COMBAT), all consecutive cases of CABM were enrolled and followed up for 12 months. Neuro-functional disabi…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
11.05.2022
by Aquino Albino Nhantumbo, Charlotte Elizabeth Comé, Plácida Iliany Maholela, Alcides Moniz Munguambe, Paulino da Costa, Mariana Mott, Gabriella Rosa Cunha, Lúcia Chambal, Cícero Dias, Vlademir Vicente Cantarelli, Eduardo Samo Gudo. Background Meningitis remains an important cause of morbi-mortality in adults in sub-Saharan Africa. Data on the etiological investigation of meningitis in adults in Mozambique is limited and most studies were conducted in southern Mozambique. Identification of the etiolog…
Clinical Microbiology and Infection
11.05.2022
Escherichia coli meningitis is frequent and has been widely described among newborns (1). The strains involved show an oligoclonal distribution within only a few sequence type complexes (STcs) and often harbor the K1 capsular antigen. Among adults, E. coli accounts for 0.5-3% of meningitis and has poor outcome, but data are scarce and genomic characteristics of responsible strains are often lacking (2). We conducted a multicentric retrospective study, including all cases referred for expertise to our nation…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
26.04.2022
by Luca G. Valente, Ngoc Dung Le, Melissa Pitton, Gabriele Chiffi, Denis Grandgirard, Stephan M. Jakob, David R. Cameron, Grégory Resch, Yok-Ai Que, Stephen L. Leib. Background Treatment failure in pneumococcal meningitis due to antibiotic resistance is an increasing clinical challenge and alternatives to antibiotics warrant investigation. Phage-derived endolysins efficiently kill gram-positive bacteria including multi-drug resistant strains, making them attractive therapeutic candidates. The current stud…
International Journal of Infectious Diseases
5.04.2022
The introduction of vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 brought hope to end the pandemic, save lives, begin economic recovery, and restore social life. An unprecedented number of mass vaccination campaigns globally were initiated to curb transmission, prevent hospitalizations and deaths, and reestablish normalcy (Our World in Data, 2021). The mRNA-based BNT162b2 COVID-19 vaccine has demonstrated a high efficacy rate with an acceptable safety profile and was rapidly rolled out through several nationwide vaccination …
International Journal of Infectious Diseases
29.03.2022
In Thailand, immunization against COVID-19 began in February 2021. The two major types of vaccines used are inactivated (CoronaVac or Sinovacࣨ) and viral vector (AstraZenecaࣨ). Globally, there have been a number of case reports of reactivation of varicella zoster infection within 28 days after immunization with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (Chiu et al., 2021; Furer et al., 2021; Lee et al., 2021; McMahon et al., 2021; Psichogiou et al., 2021; Rodríguez-Jiménez et al., 2021). A few cases have also been repor…
BMC Infectious Diseases
26.03.2022
. Abstract. . Background. The impact of ventriculoperitoneal shunt on cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) biochemical profiles in HIV-associated cryptococcal meningitis (HCM) patients remains unclear. . . Methods. Twenty-nine HCM patients who underwent ventriculoperitoneal shunt (the VPS group) and 57 HCM patients who did not undergo ventriculo…
New England Journal of Medicine
23.03.2022
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 386, Issue 12, Page 1179-1181, March 2022.
New England Journal of Medicine
23.03.2022
New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 386, Issue 12, Page 1109-1120, March 2022.
BMJ Open
14.03.2022
. Objectives. To describe the prevalence and severity of anaemia and to examine its associations with outcome in children with bacterial meningitis (BM). . Design. Secondary analysis of descriptive data from five randomised BM treatment trials. . Setting. Hospitals in Finland, Latin America and Angola. . Participants. Consecutive children from 2 months to 15 years of age admitted with BM and who had haemoglobin (Hb) measured on admission. . Outcome measures. Prevalence and degree of anaemia us…
BMC Infectious Diseases
5.03.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Cryptococcal meningitis (CM) and tuberculosis (TB) remain leading causes of hospitalization and death amongst people living with HIV, particularly those with advanced HIV disease. In hospitalized patients, prompt diagnosis of these diseases may improve patient outcomes. The advanced HIV rapid diagnostic tests such as determine TB urine lipoarabinomannan lateral flow assay (urine LAM), urine X-pe…
BMC Infectious Diseases
5.03.2022
. Abstract. . Background. Cryptococcal meningitis (CM) and tuberculosis (TB) remain leading causes of hospitalization and death amongst people living with HIV, particularly those with advanced HIV disease. In hospitalized patients, prompt diagnosis of these diseases may improve patient outcomes. The advanced HIV rapid diagnostic tests such as determine TB urine lipoarabinomannan lateral flow assay (urine LAM), urine X-pe…
BMC Infectious Diseases
23.02.2022
… SARS-CoV-2 is the major cause of infections in humans since December 2019 and is top of the global health concern currently. Streptococcus pneumoniae is one of the leading pathogens of invasive bacterial diseases, including pneumonia, sepsis, and meningitis. Moreover, this bacteria is mostly responsible for secondary infections subsequent to post-viral respiratory disease. Co-infections with bacterial and viral pathogens are associated with severe course of the disease and are a major cause of mort…

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Medscape Infectious Diseases
6.07.2022
"The giant African land snail.is one of the most invasive pests on the planet, causing agricultural and environmental damage wherever it is found." .
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24.06.2022
Meningitis - Neisseria -- United States
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20.06.2022
Meningitis -- Italy
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12.06.2022
Meningitis - Neisseria -- Nigeria
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31.05.2022
Meningitis - Neisseria -- Australia
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28.05.2022
Meningitis - Neisseria -- Australia
ProMED
13.05.2022
Meningitis -- South Sudan
Statens Serum Institut
11.05.2022
I 2021 blev der anmeldt 86 tilfælde af bakteriel meningitis. Det er lidt flere end året før. Til gengæld var der færre, der døde af sygdommen, end i både 2019 og 2020. Det viser den årlige opgørelse fra Statens Serum Institut.
ProMED
7.05.2022
Meningitis - Neisseria -- United States
Medscape Infectious Diseases
25.04.2022
Early diagnosis is crucial for providing the appropriate treatment for meningitis. High-sensitivity and specificity molecular techniques can help distinguish between bacterial and viral etiologies. .
ProMED
24.04.2022
Meningitis - Neisseria -- Australia
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23.04.2022
Meningitis - Neisseria -- Australia
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18.04.2022
Meningitis - Neisseria -- United States
Medscape Infectious Diseases
8.10.2021
WHO has outlined an ambitious plan to reduce cases of meningitis by 50% and deaths by 70% by 2030.
ProMED
21.09.2021
Meningitis - Neisseria -- DR CongoThe national health authorities, in coordination with WHO, are providing support in responding to this event. The response measures include the following:- The local committee for the management of health emergencies is conducting regular meetings to coordinate response activities at the provincial level as well as in the Banalia health zone;- a reactive vaccination campaign against meningitis, with vaccine containing meningococcal W antigen, is being planned;- continuation…
Statens Serum Institut
15.09.2021
I 2019 blev der registreret 106 tilfælde af bakteriel meningitis. Det var det laveste antal siden årtusindskiftet. Faldet fortsatte i 2020, hvor man fandt 72 tilfælde.
ProMED
9.09.2021
Meningitis -- DR CongoThe Democratic Republic of the Congo has declared an outbreak of meningitis in the north-eastern Tshopo Province where 261 suspected cases and 129 deaths--a high case fatality ratio of 50% -- have been reported. Confirmatory tests carried out by the Institut Pasteur in Paris detected _Neisseria meningitidis_ -- one of the most frequent types of bacterial meningitis with the potential to cause large epidemics. The health authorities have deployed an initial emergency team, and with the
ProMED
28.08.2021
Meningitis - Neisseria -- New ZealandA 21-year-old student at the University of Canterbury has died after contracting meningococcal disease. Canterbury District Health medical officer of health, Dr Cheryl Brunton, confirmed today [27 Aug 2021] that the student died this week. She reassured everyone connected to the student and the university that "the chance of anyone catching it is low." Students who are close contacts are on antibiotics, have been notified and are in good health. "I express my sincerest c…
ProMED
16.07.2021
Meningitis -- BelgiumAbstract--------"Invasive infection with Lancefield group C streptococci in humans is extremely rare, with the vast majority of clinical isolates belonging to _Streptococcus dysgalactiae_ subsp. _equisimilis_. We report a case of meningoencephalitis in a 69-year-old man caused by _Streptococcus equi_ subsp. _equi_, a microbe that causes strangles in _Equus caballus_ (i.e., the horse). This is only the 4th infection with this subtype of the central nervous system (CNS) reported in humans…

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