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Infection in Children - Part 3
by Dr Ira Shah
Infection in Children - Part 3
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Author
Dr Ira Shah
Launguage
English
ISBN
9789381656273
Publisher
Pediatric Oncall
Publishing Year
2019
Pages
134
Size
A5




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Infections in children are not only becoming more difficult to treat with the emergence of drug resistance but also are the highest cause of mortality in today’s era. Antimicrobial usage surveillance is the need of the hour so that we do not run out antibiotics and antifungals. Pan-resistant infections especially enterobacteria, vancomycin-resistant staphylococcus infections, XDR-TB and XDR-typhoid strains are now well established in both community and hospital-acquired infections needing a specialized treatment protocol. Antibiotic stewardship helps to prevent misuse of antibiotics and control of resistant infections. Antifungal resistance is also an emerging problem and is a prominent problem in intensive care units. With the availability of syndromic testing of infections, the yield of getting a diagnosis of a particular infection is high especially unusual infections that need proper clinical interpretation and treatment. This book focuses on resistant infections and worsening manifestations in spite of optimum therapy. This book is an aid to the treatment of these infections which one comes across more and more in clinical practice.

ABDOMINAL SYSTEM INFECTIONS
Resistant Helicobacter Pylori Infection
Recurrent Worm Infestations
Pancreatitis with Jaundice – Could it be Hepatitis A?
Granuloma in the Liver
HIV, HEPATITIS B, HEPATITIS C INFECTIONS
Transfusion Acquired Hepatitis C – How to Treat?
Chronic Hepatitis B Infection – How to Treat?
Co-Existence of HBsAg and Anti-Hbs
Discordant Couple with Hepatitis B Infection
Persistent Thrombocytopenia in an Hiv Infected Child
Hepatomegaly with Metabolic Acidosis in a Child on Antiretroviral Therapy
Continued Neurological Damage Inspite of Antiretroviral Therapy
Functional Hiv Cure
RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS
Resistant Mycoplasma Pneumoniae Infection
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM INFECTIONS
Cns Toxoplasmosis
Persistent Tuberculomas – How to Treat?
PROTOZOAL INFECTIONS
Granulomatous Cervical Adenopathy – How to Approach?
Recurrent Entamoeba Histolytica – How to Treat?
Vivax malaria in a Child with g-6-PD Deficiency
UNUSUAL BACTERIAL INFECTIONS
Stenotrophomonas maltophilia Infection in a Child with H1N1 Pneumonia
Enterococcus Gallinarum Osteomyelitis
Elizabethkingia meningoseptica Bacteremia
RESISTANT BACTERIAL INFECTIONS
Multidrug-Resistant (Mdr) Acinetobacter Baumanii Infection – How to Treat?
Post Kasai’s Surgery Cholangitis with Esbl Klebsiella Pneumoniae
Mrsa Pyomyositis not Responding to Vancomycin and Linezolid
PRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCY DISORDERS
Recurrent Abscesses
Non-Healing Bcg Adenitis
PYREXIA OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN
Fever with Conjunctival Congestion and Sterile Pyuria
Fever with Thrombocytosis
TUBERCULOSIS
Recurrence of Fever- Is It Drug-Resistant Tb or a Paradoxical Reaction?
Xdr-Tb in a Child with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
ANIMAL AND ZOONOTIC INFECTIONS
Dog Bite One Year Ago- What to do?
PERINATAL INFECTIONS
Herpes Simplex (HSV) 1 Infection in Pregnancy and Vertical Transmission
SYNDROMIC TESTING OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Community-Acquired Meningitis – How to Identify the Organism?

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