IBD

(redirected from Invasive Bacterial Disease)
AcronymDefinition
IBDInvestors Business Daily
IBDInflammatory Bowel Disease
IBDInherited Bleeding Disorder
IBDIdentical by Descent (genes)
IBDIon Beam Deposition (semiconductor manufacturing)
IBDInternational Banking Division (various locations)
IBDIrritable Bowel Disease
IBDInverse Beta Decay (nuclear reaction)
IBDInfiniband Device Driver
IBDInfectious Bursal Disease
IBDInternational Business Development
IBDInvestment Banking Division
IBDInstitute for Biodiagnostics
IBDInstitute of Brewing & Distilling (formerly the Institute & Guild of Brewing; UK)
IBDInternational Business Directory (Ontario, Canada)
IBDInclusion Body Disease (viral disease of boid snakes)
IBDIbidem (Latin: In the Same Place)
IBDInternational Brand Design (Taiwan)
IBDIntegrated Building Design (process)
IBDIll Be Damned
IBDIncome before Depreciation
IBDIbadan, Nigeria
IBDIntermittent Blow Down (boilers)
IBDInterface Block Diagram
IBDInterest Bearing Debt (finance)
IBDIndigenous Business Development Program (Australia)
IBDIntegrated Base Defense
IBDInhabited Building Distance
IBDInternational Business Daily
IBDInterest Bearing Deposit
IBDImprovised Biological Device
IBDInvasive Bacterial Disease
IBDInsurance Broker/Dealer
IBDIncome-Based Deductible (health plans)
IBDIsraeli Battle Dressing
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In 2016, invasive bacterial diseases accounted for one quarter of the 5.6 million childhood deaths worldwide (1).
In an area exposed to high transmission of malaria, current WHO guidelines failed to identify almost one-third of children with invasive bacterial disease, and more than half of the organisms isolated were not susceptible to currently recommended antimicrobials.
Such a reduction would be particularly beneficial in poor countries, where vaccination against invasive bacterial diseases is low.
In his review of four large published studies of children presenting to emergency departments with a petechial rash, two studies totaling 408 patients concluded that no one with petechiae located only above the nipple line had invasive bacterial disease.
One of his primary research interests is invasive bacterial diseases.
Her main fields of interests are invasive bacterial disease, immunodeficiencies, and vaccines.
The Young Infant Study of invasive bacterial disease conducted in the late 1990s in The Gambia, Ethiopia, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines reported GAS in 29 (17%) of 167 bacterial isolates from blood cultures and in 3 (7.5%) of 40 cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) cultures
For routine surveillance, a case of invasive bacterial disease is defined as isolation of H.
Invasive NTS is a leading cause of invasive bacterial disease in Africa.
Invasive bacterial disease requires virulence factors that facilitate interactions of the microbe with host tissues and subvert defenses of the immune system.
We confirmed the presence of Hia in Alaska in 2002, and its subsequent emergence as a cause of invasive bacterial disease in an area in rural Alaska associated with high risk for the disease.
We tested the feasibility of linking Active Bacterial Core surveillance, a prospective, population-based surveillance system for invasive bacterial disease, to a newborn dried blood spot (nDBS) repository.
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