concurrent infection


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concurrent infection

[kən′kər·ənt in′fek·shən]
(medicine)
Two or more forms of an infection existing simultaneously.
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This possibility of concurrent infection should be thought early enough to decrease morbidity and possibly mortality as well.
Out of 367 patients of dengue, concurrent infection of dengue and malaria was found in 27 (7.
Our study also shows that in the non-epidemic period usually one strain circulates and co-circulation of multiple types with concurrent infection with more than one serotype is not seen.
The implications of findings from these studies and their association with the risk, management, and treatment of the concurrent infection, public health policy, and operational research needs in the endemic areas of the tropics are discussed.
Concurrent infection of the central nervous system by Borrelia burgdorferi and Bartonella henselae: evidence for a novel tick-borne disease complex.
Concurrent infection among household members, including those in younger age groups, was observed in this study.
In animals, especially in piglets, the disease is characterized by febrile acute anemia, jaundice, and eventual death resulting from concurrent infection with other microbes (3-6).
To determine the frequency of concurrent infection with dengue and malaria in French Guiana, we conducted a 1-year study of patients evaluated in the emergency department of Cayenne Hospital.
may become pathogenic in combination with severe stress, malnutrition, increased exposure to toxins, and concurrent infection with other organisms.
In most cases, concurrent infection was with 2 dengue virus strains from 2 different serotypes in a single patient (4,5).
Concurrent infection in a dog and colonization in a child with a human enteropathogenic Eseherichia coli clone.
We investigated one potential risk factor, concurrent infection with Schistosoma haematobium.
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