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by S. D. Puthucheary,J. Vadivelu

ePub Human Melioidosis download
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S. D. Puthucheary,J. Vadivelu
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978-9971692612
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Singapore University Press (August 10, 2002)
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Wong KT1, Puthucheary SD, Vadivelu J. Author information. 1. Department of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. We examined human tissues infected by Burkholderia (Pseudomonas) pseudomallei which is endemic in Malaysia to study the types of inflammation invoked, and to look for histopathological clues to its diagnosis. The lesions which varied from acute to chronic granulomatous inflammation were not tissue-specific.

The histopathology of human melioidosis. KT Wong, SD Puthucheary, J Vadivelu. Serodiagnosis of melioidosis in Malaysia. J Vadivelu, SD Puthucheary, GS Gendeh, N Parasakthi. Histopathology 26 (1), 51-55, 1995. Cross-reactive T-cell responses to the nonstructural regions of dengue viruses among dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever patients in Malaysia. R Appanna, TL Huat, LLC See, PL Tan, J Vadivelu, S Devi. Singapore medical journal 36, 299-302, 1995.

Human Melioidosis, Sin- gapore. S. D. Puthucheary, J. Vadivelu. The Allen Institute for Artificial IntelligenceProudly built by AI2 with the help of our. Collaborators.

Sam IC, Puthucheary SD (2007). Melioidosis and rainfall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia". Increasing Incidence of Human Melioidosis in Northeast Thailand". Journal of Infection. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Download as PDF. Printable version.

D. Puthucheary and J. Vadivelu, Human Melioidosis, Singapore (2002). 10. W. J. Wiersinga, A. F. de Vos, R. de Beer, et a. Cell. 10, No. 1, 81-87 (2008). PubMedGoogle Scholar. 11. P. Wigley and N. E. Burton, J. Appl. 86, No. 3, 460-468 (1999).

S D Puthucheary, J Vadivelu, K T Wong, G S Y Ong. Department of. Medical Microbiology. 6. Wong KT, Puthucheary SD, Vadivelu J. The histopathology of human. Histopathology 1995; 26:51-5. 7. Wong KT, Vadivelu J, Puthucheary SD and Tan KL. An. immunohistochemical method for the diagnosis of melioidosis.

Vadivelu J. Human melioidosis. 2002; 95. 25. Sawasdidoln . Taweechaisupapong . Sermswan . Tattawasart . Tungpradabkul . Wongratanacheewin S. Growing Burkholderia pseudomallei in biofilm stimulating conditions significantly induces antimicrobial resistance. PLoS One. 2010; 5:91–6. Laboratory-acquired infection with Pseudomonas pseudomallei (melioidosis).

Puthucheary SD, Vadivelu J. Singapore University Press, 2002

SUMMARY Melioidosis is an important cause of sepsis in the tropics, is caused by an environmental saprophyte - . seudomallei. Puthucheary SD, Vadivelu J. Singapore University Press, 2002. Puthucheary SD, Parasakthi N. Antimicrobial susceptibility of Pseudomonas pseudomallei.

Clinical patterns of melioidosis are generally consistent with those from South and Southeast Asia in terms of common primary presentations with diabetes as a major risk factor. Early diagnosis and appropriate management of Malaysian patients is a key limiting factor, which needs to be addressed to reduce serious complications and high mortality and recurrence rates. Promoting awareness among the local healthcare personnel is crucial to improving diagnostics and early treatment, as well as educating the Malaysian public on disease symptoms and risk factors

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Infectious diseases account for a third of all deaths in the developing world, especially Southeast Asia, yet the pathogens that affect poor people attract little attention. Case in point is Melioidosis, a difficult to diagnose and potentially fatal disease, to animals as well as humans. It is also a potential agent for biological warfare & terrorism. This book describes the epidemiology, pathology, pathophysiology, clinical feature, diagnosis, management & prevention of this infection. A bibliography is included with 224 references.