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Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related to infectious diseases of bacterial, viral and parasitic origin. Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study. To investigate the effects of alcohol on serum glycated albumin GA levels in Chinese men.

A total of male subjects from the Jinuo ethnic group in China were enrolled. Of these, subjects drank alcohol frequently and subjects did not. Lifestyle information was gathered by using a questionnaire, and measurements of blood pressure, body mass index, blood glucose level, liver function, and kidney function were collected.

GA was measured by using an enzymatic method. Nondrinking was defined as no alcohol consumption in the past three months. Analysis of variance ANOVA , correlation analysis, and linear regression were used to evaluate the effects of drinking on serum GA levels. Decision tree regression DTR algorithm was used to evaluate the effect of features variables on GA levels.

We found that male subjects who drank frequently had significantly lower serum GA levels than subjects who did not drink Decision tree regression showed that the effect of drinking on GA levels 0. Frequent alcohol consumption could result in decreased GA levels in men of the Jinuo ethnic group in China. The World Health Organization estimated that about 1. Syphilis infection is one of the most common maternal factors associated with stillbirth.

This study aimed to determine the risk factors for stillbirth among pregnant women infected with syphilis. In this retrospective study, data on stillbirth and gestational syphilis from to were extracted from the prevention of mother-to-child transmission PMTCT program database in the Zhejiang province. A total of 8, pregnant women infected with syphilis were included.

Multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to determine the degree of association between gestational syphilis and stillbirth. We found that the stillbirth percentage among pregnant women infected with syphilis was 1. Compared with live births, stillbirth was significantly associated with lower maternal age, not being married, lower gravidity, the history of syphilis, nonlatent syphilis stage, higher maternal serum titer for syphilis, inadequate treatment for syphilis, and later first antenatal care visit.

The first treatment for multiple sclerosis exacerbation is usually short-term intravenous methylprednisolone IVMP , with or without a regimen of oral prednisone taper OPT. This double-blind randomized clinical trial was conducted on 56 people with multiple sclerosis relapse who had undergone methylprednisolone for 5 days.

Patients were randomly split into two groups: oral prednisolone and placebo tapering for 20 days. Demographic data, duration of multiple sclerosis, urinary tract symptoms, the Expanded Disability Status Scale EDSS score, and urine data were analyzed. The incidence of UTI in the intervention and control groups did not differ significantly. However, the improvement of urinary tract symptoms in the intervention group was significantly more favorable than in the control group.

The urine analysis results did not show any differences at baseline and after the corticosteroid tapering regimen. Due to the risk of infection by corticosteroids, it is no longer necessary to do further urinary screening in this group of patients. Intestinal microorganisms play an important role in regulating the neurodevelopment and the brain functions of the host through the gut-brain axis. Lactobacillus , one of the most representative intestinal probiotics, produces important effects on human physiological functions.

Our previous studies reveal that the Lactobacillus plantarum WLPL04 has a series of beneficial actions, such as antiadhesion of pathogens, protection from the harmful effect of sodium dodecyl sulfate, and anti-inflammatory stress on Caco2 cells. However, its effects on brain functions remain unknown. The present study aims to evaluate the potential effect of L. Newly weaned mice were exposed to chronic restraint stress for four weeks and raised daily with or without L.

The 16S rRNA sequencing was performed to analyze the intestinal microbiota structure. The 16S rRNA sequencing analysis showed that the chronic stress reduced the diversity and the richness of intestinal microbiota, which were rescued by the L. The L. Healthcare workers are at high risk of occupational exposure to needle stick injury worldwide. Occupational exposure to needle stick injury represents the most common sources of infection such as hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, and human immunodeficiency virus.

Thus, this review aimed to determine the career time and previous one-year global pooled prevalence of occupational exposure to needle stick injury among healthcare workers. The review considered articles written in English language and published from to Quality assessment was performed to determine the relevance of the articles using Joanna Briggs Institute critical appraisal tools. Several steps of assessment and evaluation were taken to select and analyze the relevant articles.

The worldwide pooled prevalence of needle stick injuries among healthcare workers during career time and previous one year was The career time pooled prevalence of needle stick injuries based on the socioeconomic development and study area was The review found a high prevalence of occupational exposure to needle stick injury among healthcare workers and suggests the need to improve occupational health and safety services in the healthcare systems.

With the ability to cross placental barriers in their hosts, strains of Gram-positive Enterococcus faecalis can exhibit either beneficial or harmful properties.

However, the mechanisms underlying these effects have yet to be determined. A comparative transcriptomic analysis of human placental trophoblasts in response to pathogenic or probiotic E. Results indicated that both E. In total, upregulated and downregulated and upregulated and downregulated DEGs were identified in Symbioflor 1 and V, respectively. Furthermore, upregulated and downregulated and upregulated and downregulated DEGs were only identified in Symbioflor 1 and V treatment groups, respectively.

KEGG analysis showed that 6 and 9 signaling pathways were associated with interactions between Symbioflor 1 and V GO analysis revealed that these DEGs were mainly related to cellular and metabolic processes and biological regulation. However, 28 and 44 DEGs were classified into terms associated with placental and embryonic development in Symbioflor 1 and V treatment groups, respectively.

Notably, 9 and 25 unique DEGs were identified only in Symbioflor 1 and V treatment groups, respectively. A large proportion of transcriptional responses differed when compared between pathogenic and probiotic E.

These data enhance our understanding of how different traits can be affected by pathogenic and probiotic E. Journal overview. Special Issues. Journal metrics. Submission to final decision 47 days. Acceptance to publication 25 days. CiteScore 2. Impact Factor 1. Journal profile Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related to infectious diseases of bacterial, viral and parasitic origin.

About this journal. Editor spotlight Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study. Meet the editorial board.

Special Issues We currently have a number of Special Issues open for submission. Special Issues highlight emerging areas of research within a field, or provide a venue for a deeper investigation into an existing research area. Submit to Special Issue. Latest Articles More articles Research Article. Fusong Jiang. Read the full article. Research Article. Jian Xu. Narjes Hendoiee. Jie Luo. Review Article. Hua Wei. Author guidelines Editorial board Databases and indexing Sign up for content alerts Sign up.

Welcome to ECCMID 2021!

The journal is the official online-only publication of Turkish Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases and published triannually on April, August, and December. The publication language of the journal is English. The journal publishes original articles, case reports, reviews, and letters to the editor that are prepared in accordance with ethical guidelines. The scope of the journal includes but not limited to basic and clinical microbiology and infection- related scientific topics. The target audience of the journal includes specialists and professionals working and interested in all disciplines of infectious diseases and clinical microbiology and related medical and scientific fields. Processing and publication are free of charge with the Journal.

Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology

This is the first time the event will take place in summer. The congress will take place in the beautiful city of Vienna at the Reed Messe Conference Centre, as well as online, allowing us to create a unique experience to all delegates regardless of the mode of participation. The programme committee has developed a multi-faceted programme to incorporate all of the exciting educational, social and professional events that ECCMID has to offer. Be sure to get involved on our social media to stay informed about the congress every step of the way. We look forward to seeing you in Vienna!

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Clinical Microbiology and Infection

Clinical Microbiology and Infection CMI , the official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, was launched in and publishes manuscripts presenting the results of original research in clinical microbiology, infectious diseases, bacteriology, mycology, virology and parasitology, including immunology and epidemiology as related to these fields. Manuscripts must be submitted via the account of the Corresponding Author. Please enter author names in full, following the conventional use of capitalization do not use either all lower case or all upper case. Please upload manuscripts as Word documents rather than pdf files. In case of difficulty, please contact ScholarOne. For security reasons, the Editorial Office is unable to provide passwords. The appropriate checklist should be submitted at the time of the article submission.

If you're interested in Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases then this is the best programme. It's a part-time online programme so you can fit it in easily around other commitments. Our Virtual Open Days running from 23 to 25 March are ideal for anyone considering on-campus postgraduate study. Join our mailing list and be among the first to book your place. Aimed at junior doctors currently undergoing, or about to undertake, specialty training in an infection discipline, this programme is open to trainees in the UK and worldwide. This degree will also be attractive to those who have completed their training but wish to fulfill continuing medical education requirements or those who wish obtain a formal qualification in Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. Programme participants will have access to key texts and research bases and will have direct contact with leading clinicians and clinical scientists, providing a repository of information on infection disciplines that can be accessed at any time.

Once production of your article has started, you can track the status of your article via Track Your Accepted Article. Clinical Microbiology and Infection CMI is a monthly publication in English of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases and publishes peer-reviewed papers that present basic and applied research relevant to therapy and diagnostics in the fields of microbiology, infectious Clinical Microbiology and Infection CMI is a monthly publication in English of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases and publishes peer-reviewed papers that present basic and applied research relevant to therapy and diagnostics in the fields of microbiology, infectious diseases, virology, parasitology, immunology and epidemiology as related to these fields. Cystic neutrophilic granulomatous mastitis: Corynebacterium species-associated infection with distinct histology L. Wang J. Ullmann J.


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EJCMID is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the publication of communications on infectious diseases of bacterial, viral and parasitic origin. The journal welcomes full articles presenting original research results, invited editorials, and reviews on the following topics:. Studies should primarily be performed from a mechanistic point of view with emphasis on the inter-relatedness of molecular features with clinical presentation of infections.

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    Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related to infectious diseases of bacterial, viral and parasitic origin.

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