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Paquimeningitis Hemorrágica interna
PROSPERO ARRIAGADA SEGUEL
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1944,
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Predictors of Bacterial Meningitis among Paediatric Patients Aged 0 - 5 Years at Kenyatta Hospital, Kenya  [PDF]
June J. Serem, Margaret Chege, Dorcas Maina
Open Journal of Pediatrics (OJPed) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojped.2018.83023
Abstract: Introduction: Meningitis remains a common and serious problem in children worldwide. One million instances of meningitis are assessed to happen in children worldwide each year. In Africa, where outbreaks are common 70% of meningitis cases are diagnosed in children under the age of five (5) years. Though in most cases, doctors diagnose early and adequate treatment started, 5% to 10% of patients still succumb during the 24 - 48 hours after onset of clinical features. In 2009, the mortality rate in Africa was four thousand deaths. Study Objective: This study describes the predictors of bacterial meningitis among children aged 0 - 5 years admitted at Kenyatta National Hospital (K.N.H.) paediatric wards. Methodology: The study adopted a descriptive cross-sectional design. It was carried out in K.N.H. paediatric wards. Data were obtained from consenting parent or guardian and healthcare workers (nurses and registrars). Study participants were selected by convenient sam-pling method. A total of 104 study participants were included in the study sample. In-depth interviews of key informants were conducted on 7 health workers; 5 nurses from the paediatric wards and paediatric emergency unit and 2 paediatric registrars. Ethical consideration included full disclosure to participants, confidentiality, security of health records and informed consent. Data were collected by use of researcher administered semi-structured ques-tionnaire and desk reviews of patients’ files were also used. Qualitative data from the interviews were audio-taped. Logistic regression analysis was used for data analysis. Quantitative data were cleaned, entered and analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 23. Results were displayed by utilization of tables, pie charts. Qualitative data were transcribed, grouped in themes and analysed manually. Study Results: The majority of the children (55.8%) were female. The highest percentage of the children (53.8%) was aged less than one year. The highest proportion of the parents (39.4%) was within the age group of 26 - 30 years. Neonatal sepsis (37.5%), neonatal jaundice (25.0%) and for observation (25.0%) were the common reasons
Situa??o epidemiológica das meningites por haemophilus influenzae b na Dire??o Regional de Piracicaba - S?o Paulo
Perecin, Glaucia Elisa Cruz;Garcia, Claudia Maria de Freitas;Bertolozzi, Maria Rita;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342010000300013
Abstract: the objective of the present study was to characterize the population affected by hib meningitis from 1992 to 2001, in the regional health board of piracicaba (s?o paulo-brazil) in terms of variables regarding demographics and the health-disease process. data were collected from disease notification reports, and arranged using the sinan data program . it was observed there was a peak in the incidence of meningitis in 1994 and a peak of deaths in 1999, before the vaccine had been introduced. the most affected group were male children under the age of 5 years, which is in agreement with literature. most patients received care at public hospitals in the municipalities of piracicaba and limeira, which are references for the community of the entire region, which puts into effect one of the axes of the health system of brazil (sus): regionalization. the introduction of the vaccine reduced incidence in about 73%, which corroborates its importance and shows that is necessary to encourage adherence to vaccination.
Dexametasona en meningitis bacteriana aguda del ni o: Un análisis métrico Dexamethasone in acute bacterial meningitis in children: a meta-analysis
Lily Contreras M,M. Soledad Rodríguez T,Marcos Skarmeta M,Patricia Herrera L
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1997,
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Meningitis bacteriana: resultados clínicos Outcome of acute bacterial meningitis
Pamela Barraza C,Santiago Topelberg V,Rosanna Lagos Z
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1993,
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Meningitis cervical hipertrófica de origen tuberculoso
RAUL MATTE
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1942,
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Meningitis neumococica
MARIO GONZALEZ R,SALVADOR VALDES B,OSVALDO MONTES
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1946,
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Meningitis purulenta en el ni o: Análisis clínico
EMILIA TORO,MAGDALENA QUIROGA,HECTOR SUAREZ
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1975,
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Meningitis purulentas en el ni o: Experiencia sobre 61 casos tratados con Sulfas y Antibióticos
GUILLERMO LLODRA,ROSA VOLOSKY,ALFONSO COSTA
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1953,
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Meningitis linfocitaria crónica
OSCAR PEREZ,MARIANO LATORRE,MANUEL RODRIGUEZ
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1956,
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