In a retrospective review of 99 patients undergoing two-stage revision, there were no difference in reinfection
rates between patients with shortterm (1 week of postoperative IV antibiotic administration) and longterm (standard 4 to 6 weeks of antibiotic treatment) IV antibiotic treatment with an average follow-up of 43 months.
The primary outcomes of the study were duration of treatment and reinfection
or death in the first month of life, with a secondary outcome of length of hospital stay.
Results presented at ILC this week included secondary efficacy endpoint (SVR24) and reinfection
Since gonorrhea is often asymptomatic, and since a history of infections prior to 2000 was unavailable, it is likely that these findings underestimate the incidence of gonorrhea infection and reinfection
Cumulative HCV reinfection
incidence was 33% within 2 years.
The hybridization pattern of his second isolate was distinct from his first isolate at multiple loci of the genome, which indicated reinfection
with a different strain of G.
9,13,15,18) These results support the Canadian recommendation to increase screening of young males, the hidden reservoir; this specific measure is regarded as a promising strategy to reduce infections and reinfections
among young females.
Overall, four of every 100 individuals became reinfected per year, and half of these reinfections
occurred within one year of the initial infection.
Although primary infection is usually most severe, reinfection
throughout life is common .
Infections that recur with an origin outside of the urinary tract are considered reinfections
and account for 95% of recurrent infections.
are particularly serious because they increase susceptibility to HIV (Rosenberg & Gollub, 1992).
While combating network worms, reinfections
, vulnerabilities, and system damage, customers continue to suffer business disruption, so the demand for more sophisticated threat prevention methods increases," said Steve Chang, CEO and founder of Trend Micro Inc.