sábado, 18 de agosto de 2018

Tuberculosis Spotlight - Emerging Infectious Diseases journal - CDC

Tuberculosis Spotlight - Emerging Infectious Diseases journal - CDC


World TB Day commemorates the discovery of the tuberculosis (TB) bacterium (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) by Dr. Robert Koch on March 24, 1882. World TB day is commemorated on this date each year to raise awareness among the public and policy makers that tuberculosis remains an epidemic in most parts of the world, and a public health problem in developed countries, causing the deaths of about one and a half million people each year. Koch's discovery opened the way towards diagnosing and curing TB.
While great strides have been made to control and cure TB, people still get sick and die from this disease. Much more needs to be done to eliminate this disease.


Aortic Endograft Infection with Mycobacterium chimaera and Granulicatella adiacens, Switzerland, 2014 
Andreas Plate et al. (Volume 24, Number 9)Case Definition of Chronic Pulmonary Aspergillosis in Resource-Constrained Settings 
David W. Denning et al. (Volume 24, Number 8)Dapsone Resistance in Leprosy Patients Originally from American Samoa, United States, 2010–2012 
Diana L. Williams et al. (Volume 24, Number 8)Mycobacterium bovis Infection of Red Fox, France 
Lorraine Michelet et al. (Volume 24, Number 6)Catching Breath: The Making and Unmaking of Tuberculosis 
Margaret J. Oxtoby et al. (Volume 24, Number 5)Acquired Resistance to Antituberculosis Drugs in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, 2000–2015 
Miranda G. Loutet et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Characteristics Associated with Negative Interferon-γ Release Assay Results in Culture-Confirmed Tuberculosis Patients, Texas, USA, 2013–2015 
Duc T. Nguyen et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Drug Resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex in a Rural Setting, Angola 
Ariadna Rando-Segura et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Etymologia: Rifampin 
Ronnie Henry et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Increasing Prevalence of Nontuberculous Mycobacteria in Respiratory Specimens from US-Affiliated Pacific Island Jurisdictions1 
Chunrong Lin et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Influenza Vaccination and Incident Tuberculosis among Elderly Persons, Taiwan1 
Yung-Feng Yen et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Paleomicrobiology of Humans 
Christopher E. Carr et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Peace, Liberty, Mycobacteria, and Tuberculosis Mortality 
Terence Chorba et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Prospective Observational Study of Incidence and Preventable Burden of Childhood Tuberculosis, Kenya 
Andrew J. Brent et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Statistical Method to Detect Tuberculosis Outbreaks among Endemic Clusters in a Low-Incidence Setting 
Sandy P. Althomsons et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Tuberculosis—the Face of Struggles, the Struggles We Face, and the Dreams That Lie Within 
Patrick K. Moonan et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Use of Verbal Autopsy to Determine Underlying Cause of Death during Treatment of Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis, India 
Poonam Ramesh Naik et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Whole-Genome Analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Patients with Tuberculous Spondylitis, Russia 
Ekaterina Chernyaeva et al. (Volume 24, Number 3)Trends in Infectious Disease Mortality, South Korea, 1983–2015 
Young June Choe et al. (Volume 24, Number 2)Increased Severity and Spread of Mycobacterium ulcerans, Southeastern Australia 
Alex Y.C. Tai et al. (Volume 24, Number 1)


Mycobacterium shimoidei, a Rare Pulmonary Pathogen, Queensland, Australia 
Timothy M. Baird et al. (Volume 23, Number 11)Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis among Children, China, 2006–2015 
Ning-ning Tao et al. (Volume 23, Number 11)Polyclonal Pulmonary Tuberculosis Infections and Risk for Multidrug Resistance, Lima, Peru 
Ruvandhi R. Nathavitharana et al. (Volume 23, Number 11)Pulmonary versus Nonpulmonary Nontuberculous Mycobacteria, Ontario, Canada 
Sarah K. Brode et al. (Volume 23, Number 11)Mycobacterium orygis Lymphadenitis in New York, USA 
Luis A. Marcos et al. (Volume 23, Number 10)Mycobacterium riyadhense in Saudi Arabia 
Bright Varghese et al. (Volume 23, Number 10)Bedaquiline and Delamanid Combination Treatment of 5 Patients with Pulmonary Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis 
Andrey Maryandyshev et al. (Volume 23, Number 10)Bedaquiline and Linezolid for Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Pregnant Woman 
Marie Jaspard et al. (Volume 23, Number 10)Off-Label Use of Bedaquiline in Children and Adolescents with Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis 
Jay Achar et al. (Volume 23, Number 10)Six-Month Response to Delamanid Treatment in MDR TB Patients 
Cathy Hewison et al. (Volume 23, Number 10)Mycobacterium gordonae in Patient with Facial Ulcers, Nosebleeds, and Positive T-SPOT.TB Test, China 
Yanqing Chen et al. (Volume 23, Number 7)Nontuberculous Mycobacteria Infections at a Provincial Reference Hospital, Cambodia 
Maryline Bonnet et al. (Volume 23, Number 7)Mycobacterium bovis in a Free-Ranging Black Rhinoceros, Kruger National Park, South Africa, 2016 
Michele A. Miller et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Podcast Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Wild Asian Elephants, Southern India 
Arun Zachariah et al. (Volume 23, Number 3) Listen to the podcastPodcast Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection among Asian Elephants in Captivity 
Gary Simpson et al. (Volume 23, Number 3) Listen to the podcastMycobacterium tuberculosis Infection in Free-Roaming Wild Asian Elephant 
Basavegowdanadoddi Marinaik Chandranaik et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Mycobacterium tuberculosis Transmission among Elderly Persons, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan, 2009–2015 
Junji Seto et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)pncA Gene Mutations Associated with Pyrazinamide Resistance in Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, South Africa and Georgia 
Salim Allana et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Association of Diabetes and Tuberculosis Disease among US-Bound Adult Refugees, 2009–2014 
Stephen R. Benoit et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Comparison of Sputum-Culture Conversion for Mycobacterium bovis and M. tuberculosis 
Colleen Scott et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Epidemiology of Mycobacterium bovis Disease in Humans in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, 2002–2014 
Jennifer A. Davidson et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Epidemiology of Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Lung Disease and Tuberculosis, Hawaii, USA 
Jennifer Adjemian et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Increase in Tuberculosis Cases among Prisoners, Brazil, 2009–20141 
Paul M. Bourdillon et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Keeping It in the Family: the Childhood Burden of Tuberculosis 
Terence Chorba et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Molecular, Spatial, and Field Epidemiology Suggesting TB Transmission in Community, Not Hospital, Gaborone, Botswana 
Diya Surie et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)New Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex Sublineage, Brazzaville, Congo 
Sven Malm et al. (Volume 23, Number 3)Podcast Delivering on Antimicrobial Resistance Agenda Not Possible without Improving Fungal Diagnostic Capabilities 
David W. Denning et al. (Volume 23, Number 2) Listen to the podcast


Tuberculosis-Associated Death among Adult Wild Boars, Spain, 2009–2014 
Jose A. Barasona et al. (Volume 22, Number 12)Podcast A Simple Sketch Symbolizing Self-Reliance 
Byron Breedlove et al. (Volume 22, Number 11) Listen to the podcastReemergence of Mycobacterium chimaera in Heater–Cooler Units despite Intensified Cleaning and Disinfection Protocol 
Peter W. Schreiber et al. (Volume 22, Number 10)Podcast Treatment Outcomes for Patients with Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape Provinces, South Africa 
Charlotte L. Kvasnovsky et al. (Volume 22, Number 9) Listen to the podcastEpidemiology of Pulmonary Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Disease, Japan1 
Ho Namkoong et al. (Volume 22, Number 6)Next-Generation Sequencing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis 
Igor Mokrousov et al. (Volume 22, Number 6)Mycobacterium microti Infection in Dairy Goats, France 
Lorraine Michelet et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Mycobacterium orygis–Associated Tuberculosis in Free-Ranging Rhinoceros, Nepal, 2015 
Jeewan Thapa et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Decreased Time to Treatment Initiation for Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Patients after Use of Xpert MTB/RIF Test, Latvia 
Helen R. Stagg et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Depictions of Heroism in Battle and Anguish from Tuberculosis 
Terence Chorba et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Effects of Response to 2014–2015 Ebola Outbreak on Deaths from Malaria, HIV/AIDS, and Tuberculosis, West Africa 
Alyssa S. Parpia et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Factors Associated with Loss to Follow-up during Treatment for Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis, the Philippines, 2012–2014 
Thelma E. Tupasi et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Global Introduction of New Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Drugs—Balancing Regulation with Urgent Patient Needs 
Timothy Sullivan et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Global Progress and Challenges in Implementing New Medications for Treating Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis 
Jennifer Furin et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Improved Detection of Tuberculosis and Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis among Tibetan Refugees, India 
Kerry L. Dierberg et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Leveraging Advances in Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Treatment to Address Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Disease 
Ravikiran M. Raju et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Monitoring Therapy Adherence of Tuberculosis Patients by using Video-Enabled Electronic Devices 
Alistair Story et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Patient Diagnostic Rate as Indicator of Tuberculosis Case Detection, South Africa 
Mareli M. Claassens et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Patient Report and Review of Rapidly Growing Mycobacterial Infection after Cardiac Device Implantation 
Varun K. Phadke et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Preliminary Favorable Outcome for Medically and Surgically Managed Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, France, 2009–2014 
Benoît Henry et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Tuberculosis Caused by Mycobacterium africanum, United States, 2004–2013 
Aditya Sharma et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Tuberculosis Risk among Medical Trainees, Pune, India 
Anita Basavaraj et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Tuberculosis, Fiji, 2002–2013 
Lorenzo Pezzoli et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)Use of Transnational Services to Prevent Treatment Interruption in Tuberculosis-Infected Persons Who Leave the United States 
Cynthia A. Tschampl et al. (Volume 22, Number 3)African Buffalo Movement and Zoonotic Disease Risk across Transfrontier Conservation Areas, Southern Africa 
Alexandre Caron et al. (Volume 22, Number 2)

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