|Statement||[by] Sarah H. Sell [and others]|
|Contributions||Sell, Sarah H., 1913-|
|LC Classifications||Z6671.5 .A53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||70609854|
Title(s): An Annotated bibliography of the sequelae of acute bacterial meningitis, [by] Sarah H. Sell [et al.]. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Nashville, Dept. of Psychiatry, Vanderbilt Univ., An Annotated bibliography of the sequelae of acute bacterial meningitis, An Historic tongue: studies in English linguistics in memory of Barbara Strang An alphabetical index to Claudio Monteverdi;: tutte le opere nuovamente date in luce da G. Francesco Malipiero, Asolo, Material and methods: A total of children (aged years) were evaluated for acute neurologic complications following bacterial meningitis at the Infectious Diseases Clinic in Prishtina. Bacterial meningitis patients with seizures were more likely to have abnormalities on neuroimaging; the most common intracranial complication in bacterial meningitis patients with seizures is cerebral infarction, occurring in 20% of patients. 47 Seizures during the acute phase of bacterial meningitis were furthermore related to a low level of.
Acute bacterial meningitis is an acute purulent infection that occurs within the subarachnoid space (SAS). It is associated with a CNS inflammatory reaction that may result in decreased consciousness, seizures, raised intracranial pressure (ICP), and stroke. Bacterial meningitis is a leading cause of death from infectious disease worldwide. The neurological complications secondary to bacterial meningitis contribute to the high mortality rate and to. Annotated Bibliography. (as from acute medical events like heart attack or stroke or acute medical illness like COVID or bacterial meningitis). The book provides cutting-edge information and self-help strategies for dealing with the unique challenges posed by the volatile mixture of trauma and loss in a death that is unexpected. Acute bacterial meningitis is an infection of the central nervous system (CNS), often disabling, resulting in deaths worldwide annually. 1 It is well known that the mortality of untreated meningitis approaches %. Nevertheless, since the advent .
IAP UG Teaching slides AGE AND INCIDENCE • Age: – 90% between 1month to 5 yrs • Incidence: – to /1, population. Sequelae after bacterial meningitis in childhood. Scand J Infect Dis. ; – doi: / Anderson V, Anderson P, Grimwood K, Nolan T. Cognitive and executive function 12 years after childhood bacterial meningitis: effect of acute neurologic complications and age of onset. Practice Guidelines for Bacterial Meningitis • CID (1 November) • I D S A G U I D E L I N E S Practice Guidelines for the Management of Bacterial Meningitis Allan R. Tunkel,1 Barry J. Hartman,2 Sheldon L. Kaplan,3 Bruce A. Kaufman,4 Karen L. Roos,5 W. Michael Scheld,6 and Richard J. Whitley7 1Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 2Weill Cornell. The objective of these practice guidelines is to provide clinicians with recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of bacterial meningitis. Patients with bacterial meningitis are usually treated by primary care and emergency medicine physicians at the time of initial presentation, often in consultation with infectious diseases specialists, neurologists, and neurosurgeons.