Research and Reviews of Infectious Diseases

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Review Article Pages 115-121

Prevalence, Antimicrobial Susceptibility and Macrolide Molecular Study in Vaginal Group B Streptococcus: A Five-Year Study among Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinics in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Tunisia

Authors: Hela Hannachi, Syrine Lahmar, Manel Hamdoun, Maha Bouyahia, Fathi Zhioua and Olfa Bahri

Abstract: Group B Streptococcus (GBS) is an important perinatal pathogen. It is considered as a leading cause of stillbirth and early onset neonatal infections. The epidemiology of maternal GBS colonization is poorly understood in Tunisia. We investigated genital GBS carriage prevalence and its associated risk factors in pregnant women.

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Review Article Pages 102-114

Clinical Aspects of COVID-19 in Patients with Solid Organ Transplantation: A Systematic Review

Authors: René Hage, Carolin Steinack and Macé M Schuurmans

Abstract: Coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19), is an infectious disease caused by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). This virus is causing a pandemic with more than 40 million proven infections worldwide.

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Case Report Pages 100-101

Protective Effect of Amantadine in a COVID-19 Patient: Case Report

Authors: Albert Cortés Borra

Abstract: In the recent bibliography are few clinical cases related the hypothetic role as preventive use of amantadine, Aranda presents a 57-year-old man with cold symptoms and muscle pain, with elevated blood glucose of 200 mg/dL, was prescribed paracetamol (500 mg every 6 hours) and naproxen (550 mg daily for 5 days) and continued to take 850 mg of metformin twice a day for the treatment of 10-year-old type 2 diabetes.

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Research Article Pages 94-99

SARS-CoV-2 Gastrointestinal Shedding in Children with COVID-19 and the Risk of Fecal-oral Transmission: A Review

Authors: Wu Ji-Hong, Mao Gui-Long,Yang Zhen-Dong, Xi Xiao-Fei, Zhou Li-Zhi and Xu Xi-Wei MD

Abstract: To understand the gastrointestinal symptoms of COVID-19 in children, gastrointestinal infection and shedding of SARS-CoV-2 and the risk of fecal transmission to better prevent and treat COVID-19 in children. Studies have confirmed that SARS-CoV-2 can survive and replicate in the feces of some patients. As the clearance time in the digestive tract is longer in children than in adults, children with COVID-19 have a higher risk of fecal-oral transmission.

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Case Report Pages 94-96

A Rare Case Report of Dorsal Epidural Abscess Caused by Streptococcus agalactiae in a Diabetic Patient

Authors: Jihane Belkhair, Arsène Ntini, Taoufik Rokni, Said Ait Benali and Nabila Soraa

Abstract: This observation reports the case of a diabetic patient who presented with compressive neurological signs. The biological assessment showed an inflammatory syndrome, and a magnetic resonance imaging objectified epiduritis. The bacteriological study of curettage biopsy made it possible to isolate a S. agalactiae. The evolution was favorable under antibiotic treatment with disappearance of neurological and infectious signs.

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Review Article Pages 87-93

A Summary of Current Knowledge of Pandemic Coronaviruses Disease-19

Authors: Getachew Worku Alebachew

Abstract: Experts around the globe named it Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, “SARS-CoV-2”; interchangeably it is called COVID-19 or coronavirus. COVID-19 is new emerged respiratory disease first identified in Wuhan city, China. It became pandemic which reaches around the world with a short time. It also has a significant crisis in human life, socio- economic activities.

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Research Article Pages 81-86

Global Dynamics of SARS-Cov-2 Virus-Cell Model Including Inflammatory Responses to Lung Cells

Authors: Fangyuan Chen and Rong Yuan

Abstract: SARS-CoV-2 is the pathogen of COVID-19, which has caused a pandemic worldwide at the beginning of 2020. The clinical symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 infection are not identical, and the infected person can suffer from common cold to more severe diseases, such as pneumonia, which is an important cause of COVID-19 deaths. Virus dynamical behaviors of SARSCoV- 2 in vivo of infected persons determine their different clinical symptoms.

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Opinion Pages 78-80

Modern Strategy and Biological Fate of Acute Pneumonia

Authors: Igor Klepikov, MD

Abstract: The dynamics of any disease development is determined by the presence of biological rules and laws that exist in nature. Due to the influence of such stereotypes, the originality of clinical manifestations of a particular pathology is formed. This is an axiom of biological rhythms of living nature, which must be taken into account when conducting scientific research and searching for interpretations of the clinical picture of various diseases.

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