Adults at risk of hepatitis A and hepatitis B have multi-dose vaccinations available, but complete and timely vaccination adherence rates are low. What can be done to encourage more vaccine adherence?
Researchers assessed whether the COVID-19 pandemic influenced the annual incidence of Clostridioides difficile infections among patients in the Netherlands.
Cases of acute hepatitis without known cause have been described in children in two case series published online.
Researchers assessed variations in cortisol concentrations among children and adolescents with acute illnesses and no history of glucocorticoid deficiency.
Researchers sought to compare long-term outcomes of both surgical and endoscopic step-up approaches after at least a 5-year period.
Among persons who inject drugs with chronic HCV infection, the proportion in whom HCV RNA was detected decreased from 100 to 48 percent from 2006 to 2019.
Researchers examined short-term outcomes of patients with colorectal cancer during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden.
The findings may help identify predictive biomarkers or pharmacological interventions for glaucoma.
Researchers examined the effects of N sativa oil supplementation on cardiometabolic measures in patients with NAFLD.
Researchers assessed whether chronic hepatitis B virus infection is associated with an increased risk for fatty liver disease.
Researchers sought to analyze bacterial-derived metabolites, particularly TMAO pathway and SCFA, of patients with PD and compare the metabolites with control individuals within their households and patients with MSA.
Daily Harvest, Inc., has announced the voluntary recall of its frozen product, French Lentil + Leek Crumbles.
As of June, 296 patients met the criteria in the U.S. CDC health advisory for children aged <10 years with onset of hepatitis of unknown etiology.
Researchers sought to determine if receiving treatment with TNF inhibitors prior to surgery would increase the risk for postoperative infection.
There has been substantial progress in the proportion of pregnant persons screened for hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.
Researchers assessed the effectiveness of both sofosbuvir/velpatasvir and gelcaprevir/pibrentasvir among patients infected with hepatitis C genotype 6.
A team of researchers sought to determine how often H heilmannii developed among patients with upper gastrointestinal symptoms.
No increase in pediatric hepatitis or adenovirus types 40/41 has been seen recently in the United States.
Researchers assessed whether CD4+ T-cell count predicts treatment outcomes in patients with cancer who received direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C.
In a study, aviremic recipients of HCV-positive and HCV-negative deceased donor kidneys had similar 12-month transplant outcomes.