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-associated pathogens (BDAPs) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), SARS coronavirus, hepatitis B virus, Mycobacterium tuberculosis , and the influenza virus, which belong to commonly encountered health-threatening pathogens (CEHTPs). This study analyzed the quantity

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Authors: Bálint Szalai, Éva Hercegh, Nóra Magyar, Dániel Déri, Mónika Rózsa, Zsuzsanna Molnár, Dávid Kuti, Zoltán Kis, Katalin Szomor, Mária Takács and Erzsébet Barcsay

, Wei D, Chen Y, et al. Retrospective detection of SARS-CoV-2 in hospitalized patients with influenza-like illness. Emerg Microbes Infect. 2020; 9: 1470–1473. 11

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Murphy, B. R., Hinshaw, V. S., Sly, D. L.: Virulence of avian influenza A viruses for squirrel monkeys. Infect Immun 37 , 1119-1126 (1982). Virulence of avian influenza A viruses for

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Authors: Amina Iftikhar, Faiza Jabeen, Maleeha Manzoor, Tahira Younis and Mussarat Shaheen

effective tool to cure epidemics such as Poliomyletitis [ 16 ], mumpus [ 17 ], measles [ 18 ] and influenza [ 19 ]. A retrospective study showed that in 1918 during influenza H1N1 outbreak, approximately 1,703 patients received convalescent sera and they had

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Authors: Amina Iftikhar, Faiza Jabeen, Maleeha Manzoor, Tahira Younis and Mussarat Shaheen

effective tool to cure epidemics such as Poliomyletitis [ 16 ], mumpus [ 17 ], measles [ 18 ] and influenza [ 19 ]. A retrospective study showed that in 1918 during influenza H1N1 outbreak, approximately 1,703 patients received convalescent sera and they had

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Authors: K. Kalantar, Z. Farzaneh, M. Eshkevar Vakili, M.H. Karimi, M. Asadi, S. Khosropanah and M. Doroudchi

reported which include both microbial and self-antigens. Among bacterial and viral pathogens, Chlamydia pneumoniae, Helicobacter pylori , Porphyromonas gingivalis , Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Epstein-barr virus (EBV) and influenza (Flu) virus [ 12 ] are

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Balogh E.: Adatok az u. n. „spanyol influenza” megbetegedés kórbonctanához és kórtanához különös tekintettel a kórbonctani elváltozások kóreredetére. M. Orvosi Archivum, 23. Budapest, 1922, 108

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Prevention of Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcal) infections in adults

A Magyar Infektológiai és Klinikai Mikrobiológiai Társaság Vakcinológiai Szekciójának állásfoglalása (2014. október)

Authors: Endre Ludwig and Zsófia Mészner

to influenza and pneumococcal vaccines in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Arthritis Care Res., 2014, 66 (7), 1016–1026. Cordonnier, C., Averbuch, D., Maury, S., et al

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Authors: Alenka Dovč, Olga Zorman-Rojs, Aleksandra Vergles Rataj, Vojka Bole-Hribovšek, U. Krapež and M. Dobeic

In the year 2000 an epidemiological research was undertaken on the health status of free-living pigeons in the city of Ljubljana, Slovenia. A total of 139 pigeons were captured and examined for the most common bacterial, viral, and parasitic diseases. Serum samples, oropharyngeal and cloacal swabs as well as samples of droppings and feathers were taken from the captured birds. Antibodies to paramyxovirus type 1 were found in 84.2% of the sera examined, and 23.7% of birds were serologically positive to Chlamydophila psittaci. Antibodies to avian influenza virus were not detected. Salmonella spp. were isolated from 5.7% of the cloacal swabs. Trichomonas gallinae was clinically suspected and then microscopically confirmed using oropharyngeal swabs in 7.9% of examined birds. Eimeria spp. was identified in 71.9%, Capillaria sp. in 26.6% and Ascaridia columbae in 4.3% of droppings samples examined. Of the ectoparasites, Columbicola columbae and Campanulotes bidentatus compar were found.

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., Ransom, J.: Universal influenza vaccination recommendations: local health department perspectives. J. Publ. Health Manag. Pract. 12 , 317–320 (2006). Ransom J. Universal influenza

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