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The Lancet Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1473-3099, 12/2018, Volume 18, Issue 12, pp. 1368 - 1376
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The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 07/2018, Volume 392, Issue 10142, pp. 145 - 159
More than 500 000 neonatal deaths per year result from possible serious bacterial infections (pSBIs), but the causes are largely unknown. We investigated the... 
INJECTABLE PROCAINE BENZYLPENICILLIN | POPULATION-BASED INCIDENCE | SEVERE BACTERIAL-INFECTION | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | EQUIVALENCE TRIAL | SYNCYTIAL VIRUS-INFECTION | SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA | GROUP-B STREPTOCOCCUS | OPEN-LABEL | SIMPLIFIED ANTIBIOTIC REGIMENS | CLINICAL SIGNS | Virus Diseases - epidemiology | Community-Acquired Infections - etiology | Community-Acquired Infections - epidemiology | Bacterial Infections - etiology | Humans | Middle Aged | Child, Preschool | Infant | Male | Pregnancy Outcome - epidemiology | Incidence | Young Adult | Pakistan | Adult | Female | Infant, Premature, Diseases - epidemiology | Infant, Newborn | Community-Acquired Infections - mortality | Risk Factors | Infant, Premature, Diseases - etiology | India | Virus Diseases - etiology | Pregnancy | Bangladesh | Adolescent | Bacterial Infections - epidemiology | Developing Countries | Virus Diseases - mortality | Causality | Population Surveillance | Bacterial Infections - mortality | Cohort Studies | Infants | Bacterial infections | Analysis | Patient outcomes | Low income groups | Neonates | Rubella | Identification methods | Communities | Physicians | Gentamicin | Viruses | Infections | Drug resistance | Sustainable development | Blood | Developing countries--LDCs | Streptococcus infections | Prevention | Chlamydia | Penicillin | Bacteria | Children | Nosocomial infections | Blood culture | Medical personnel | Mortality | Antimicrobial agents | Molecular chains | Children & youth | Studies | Charities | Babies | Respiratory syncytial virus | Antibiotics | Surveillance | Workers | Ampicillin | Influenza | Sepsis | Viral infections
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 02/2019, Volume 68, Issue Supplement_1, pp. S16 - S21
Abstract Background The Aga Khan University clinical microbiology laboratory identified an outbreak of ceftriaxone-resistant Salmonella Typhi in Hyderabad,... 
INFECTIOUS DISEASES | typhoid | TCV | XDR | outbreak | MICROBIOLOGY | IMMUNOLOGY | ceftriaxone resistance | Supplement
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by Amour, Caroline and Gratz, Jean and Mduma, Estomih R and Svensen, Erling and Rogawski, Elizabeth T and McGrath, Monica and Seidman, Jessica C and McCormick, Benjamin J. J and Shrestha, Sanjaya and Samie, Amidou and Mahfuz, Mustafa and Qureshi, Shahida and Hotwani, Aneeta and Babji, Sudhir and Trigoso, Dixner Rengifo and Lima, Aldo A. M and Bodhidatta, Ladaporn and Bessong, Pascal and Ahmed, Tahmeed and Shakoor, Sadia and Kang, Gagandeep and Kosek, Margaret N and Guerrant, Richard L and Lang, Dennis R and Gottlieb, Michael and Houpt, Eric R and Platts-Mills, James A and Acosta, Angel Mendez and de Burga, Rosa Rios and Chavez, Cesar Banda and Flores, Julian Torres and Olotegui, Maribel Paredes and Pinedo, Silvia Rengifo and Salas, Mery Siguas and Vasquez, Angel Orbe and Ahmed, Imran and Alam, Didar and Ali, Asad and Bhutta, Zulfiqar A and Rasheed, Muneera and Soofi, Sajid and Turab, Ali and Zaidi, Anita KM and Mason, Carl J and Bose, Anuradha and George, Ajila T and Hariraju, Dinesh and Jennifer, M. Steffi and John, Sushil and Kaki, Shiny and Karunakaran, Priyadarshani and Koshy, Beena and Lazarus, Robin P and Muliyil, Jayaprakash and Raghava, Mohan Venkata and Raju, Sophy and Ramachandran, Anup and Ramadas, Rakhi and Ramanujam, Karthikeyan and Roshan, Reeba and Sharma, Srujan L and Shanmuga Sundaram, E and Thomas, Rahul J and Pan, William K and Ambikapathi, Ramya and Carreon, J Daniel and Charu, Vivek and Doan, Viyada and Graham, Jhanelle and Hoest, Christel and Knobler, Stacey and Miller, Mark A and Mohale, Archana and Nayyar, Gaurvika and Psaki, Stephanie and Rasmussen, Zeba and Richard, Stephanie A and Wang, Vivian and Blank, Rebecca and Tountas, Karen H and Bayyo, Eliwaza and Mvungi, Regisiana and Nshama, Rosemary and Pascal, John and Swema, Buliga Mujaga and Yarrot, Ladislaus and Ahmed, AM Shamsir and Haque, Rashidul and Hossain, Iqbal and Islam, Munirul and Mondal, Dinesh and Tofail, Fahmida and Chandyo, Ram Krishna and Shrestha, Prakash Sunder and Shrestha, Rita and Ulak, Manjeswori and Bauck, Aubrey and Black, Robert E and Caulfield, Laura E and Checkley, William and ... and Etiology Risk Factors Interactions and Etiology, Risk Factors, and Interactions of Enteric Infections and Malnutrition and the Consequences for Child Health and Development Project (MAL-ED) Network Investigators
Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 11/2016, Volume 63, Issue 9, pp. 1171 - 1179
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Reproductive Health, ISSN 1742-4755, 02/2016, Volume 13, Issue 1, p. 15
Background: The South Asian region has the second highest risk of maternal death in the world. To prevent maternal deaths due to sepsis and to decrease the... 
Bangladesh | Puerperal sepsis | Pakistan | Microbiology | Etiology | Postpartum | INFECTIONS | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | Puerperal Infection - microbiology | Prospective Studies | Gram-Positive Bacteria - drug effects | Humans | Bacteriuria - microbiology | Sepsis - diagnosis | Postpartum Period | Gram-Negative Bacteria - isolation & purification | Puerperal Infection - blood | Endometritis - blood | Molecular Typing | Asymptomatic Infections | Bacteriuria - urine | Puerperal Infection - urine | Reproductive Tract Infections - urine | Reproductive Tract Infections - diagnosis | Adult | Female | Puerperal Infection - diagnosis | Gram-Positive Bacteria - growth & development | Bacteriuria - blood | Endometritis - microbiology | Reproductive Tract Infections - blood | Reproductive Tract Infections - microbiology | Sepsis - urine | Community Health Workers | Bacteriuria - diagnosis | Endometrium - microbiology | Endometritis - diagnosis | Gram-Negative Bacteria - drug effects | Culturally Competent Care - ethnology | House Calls | Gram-Positive Bacteria - classification | Disk Diffusion Antimicrobial Tests | Gram-Negative Bacteria - growth & development | Endometritis - urine | Gram-Positive Bacteria - isolation & purification | Anti-Bacterial Agents - pharmacology | Developing Countries | Sepsis - blood | Sepsis - microbiology | Cohort Studies | Gram-Negative Bacteria - classification | Care and treatment | Patient outcomes | Development and progression | Research | Hyperthermia | Mothers | Fever
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The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, ISSN 0891-3668, 05/2016, Volume 35, Issue 5 Suppl 1, Aetiology of Neonatal Infection in South Asia (ANISA): Design and Methods, pp. S60 - S64
BACKGROUND:Aetiology of Neonatal Infection in South Asia (ANISA) is a multicenter study in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan exploring the incidence and etiology... 
ANISA | Karachi | possible serious bacterial infection | surveillance | challenges | etiology | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | PEDIATRICS | IMMUNOLOGY | Specimen Handling | Pakistan - epidemiology | Epidemiological Monitoring | Humans | Risk Factors | Neonatal Sepsis - etiology | Infant | Data Collection | Neonatal Sepsis - epidemiology | Urban Population | Infant, Newborn | Incidence
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The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, ISSN 0891-3668, 05/2016, Volume 35, Issue 5 Suppl 1, Aetiology of Neonatal Infection in South Asia (ANISA): Design and Methods, pp. S65 - S69
BACKGROUND:The Aetiology of Neonatal Infection in South Asia (ANISA) study is a population-based study with sites in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. It aims to... 
ANISA | possible serious bacterial infection | Matiari | neonatal | surveillance | sepsis | etiology | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | IMMUNOLOGY | CHILDREN | TRIAL | PEDIATRICS | RURAL PAKISTAN | Specimen Handling | Pakistan - epidemiology | Epidemiological Monitoring | Rural Population | Humans | Risk Factors | Neonatal Sepsis - etiology | Infant | Data Collection | Neonatal Sepsis - epidemiology | Infant, Newborn | Incidence
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 11/2016, Volume 63, Issue 9, pp. 1171 - 1171
Background. Enteropathogen infections have been associated with enteric dysfunction and impaired growth in children in low-resource settings. In a multisite... 
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 11/2016, Volume 63, Issue 9, p. 1171
  Background. Enteropathogen infections have been associated with enteric dysfunction and impaired growth in children in low-resource settings. In a multisite... 
Pathogens | Gram-negative bacteria | Epidemiology | Impact analysis | Children & youth
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Open Forum Infectious Diseases, ISSN 2328-8957, 2017, Volume 4, Issue suppl_1, pp. S48 - S48
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Biomedical and Biotechnology Research Journal (BBRJ), ISSN 2588-9834, 2017, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 71 - 75
Background: We present our experience with optimization and diagnostic use of quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) targeting the lytA gene of... 
immunochromatography | serotyping | S. pneumoniae | lytA gene | Blood | real-time polymerase chain reaction
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