Most Recent Articles by Bradley van Paridon
Researchers evaluated the prognostic significance of the cutoff value for lactate via comparison of clinical presentation and outcome between patients with septic shock with high and low lactate levels.
A vaccine against Zika virus, once available and effectively deployed, may substantially reduce prenatal infections.
Review highlights available treatment options and their limitations and provides direction for investigation of future novel combination therapies to further aid in the treatment of Enterococcus faecalis infective endocarditis.
Patients with herpes simplex virus infections may have a 2.56-fold increased risk for developing dementia, and using antiherpetic medications may decrease dementia risk.
Among children there was an increased risk for acute respiratory illness caused by noninfluenza respiratory pathogens following influenza vaccination compared to unvaccinated children during the same period.
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