CNSI

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CNSICalifornia NanoSystems Institute (University of California at Santa Barbara)
CNSIClub Nautico San Isidro (Spanish: Nautical Club San Isidro; Argentina)
CNSIClient Network Services, Inc. (Rockville, MD)
CNSIClassified National Security Information (US)
CNSIConfidential National Security Information (US)
CNSICommittee on the Safety of Nuclear Installations
CNSICentral Nervous System Infection (illness)
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Aetiologies of central nervous system infection in Viet Nam: a prospective provincial hospital-based descriptive surveillance study.
Sepsis and central nervous system infection, with resultant hemorrhagic meningoencephalitis, are always fatal, as experienced in our hospital in the year 2005 (5) and 2013 (unpublished data).
The authors' opinion was that this predisposing thrombophilic condition to CVST might be triggered by a central nervous system infection such as meningitis.
Domingo said that those individuals may have suffered from other diseases which include heart disease, pneumonia, central nervous system infection, leukemia, or asthma.
Focusing just on women with HIV, statistical analysis considering age and race identified two factors that affected stroke risk: (1) Every year of antiretroviral therapy was linked to a 14% lower stroke risk, and (2) a history of central nervous system infection or cancer was linked to almost a 3-fold higher stroke risk.
Streptococcus pneumoniae is one of the common pathogenic bacteria in central nervous system infection, which will induce Streptococcus pneumoniae meningitis that has high mortality at present [23].
The most common clinical syndrome associated with Shewanella infection is skin and soft tissue infection, but a variety of other syndromes have been described in the literature including bacteremia, hepatobiliary infection, bone and joint infection, central nervous system infection, ear and eye infections, endocarditis, and respiratory infection [1].
Madam, Acute Bacterial Meningitis (ABM) is potentially life threatening central nervous system infection, which is estimated to affect ~~ 5, 00,000 children worldwide with 10% mortality.1 Latex Particle Agglutination (LPA) is a rapid diagnostic test for identification of bacterial antigens in CSF in ABM.
The value of serum procalcitonin in differential diagnosis of early central nervous system infection in children.
Epilepsy is a brain disorder that causes seizures and can stem from a number of different conditions, such as stroke, brain tumor, head injury and central nervous system infection. CDC said the increase in epilepsy numbers is likely due to population growth.
Central nervous system infection. Neuroimag Clin N Am 2010; 20: 557-80.
Fever persisted and the treatment was switched to vancomycin plus meropenem with a diagnosis of healthcare associated central nervous system infection. In the mean time, VRE and extended spectrum beta lactamase positive E.
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