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A Case of Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcal Sepsis in Neonate

Bae SJ, Choi GJ, Kim CS, Lee SL, Kim HS, Kang CM

Vancomycin-resistant enterococcus(VRE) was first isolated from various specimens of patients with renal failure or leukemia in 1988. Thereafter VRE has been increasing gradually and became one of the clinically important...
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Development of Monoclonal Antibody to Cytomegalovirus Major Immediate-early(α) Protein

Park JH, Sohn YM, Park KH, Lee WY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to make and use monoclonal Ab which reacts with CMV major immediate early(α) protein(p72). METHODS: Normal human fibroblast(Foreskin derived) was cultured in Eagle's minimal...
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Measles Specific IgG in Adults

Choe JH, Shin YK, Choung JT, Tockgo YC, Yoon JK

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to determine the age-specific seropositivity and the level of measles specific IgG in adults and to evaluate herd immunity to measles in Korea,...
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An Outbreak of Mumps in Taejon, Korea, 1998

Kang HD, Lee KY, Cha SW, Yoon KN, Lee DJ, Han JW, Hang JH, Whang KT

PURPOSE: In 1998, there was an outbreak of mumps in Taejon, Korea. We analyzed the monthly incidence, clinical manifestations, and complications during the outbreak and the annual incidence of the...
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Hepatitis A Virus Antibodies in Korean Mothers and Their Neonates

Kim KB, Shin YK, Lee KH, Eun BL, Lim CS

PURPOSE: This study was performed to evaluate the seropositivities and levels of Hepatitis A Virus(Hav) antibody in term pregnant women and their neonates, and the transplacental transfer rate of maternal...
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Analysis of Antigenic and Genetic Variability of G-protein of Respiratory Syncytial Virus Subgroup A Isolated in Korea over 8 Years(1990~1998)

Choi EH, Park KH, Lee HJ

PURPOSE: Respiratory syncytial virus(RSV) is the major cause of lower respiratory tract infection in infants and young children. This study was performed to analyze antigenic and genetic variation of G...
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Epidemiologic and Clinical Features of Enteroviral Infections in Children: 1996~1998

Park JS, Kim MR, Kim DH, Park CY, Lee KH, Lee HR, Kang HJ, Lee KM

PURPOSE: As several epidemics of aseptic meningitis had been reported in Korea since 1990, the need of epidemiologic study about enteroviral infections was recognized. We studied epidemiologic and clinical features...
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The Effectiveness of Antibiotics in Acute Diarrhea of Children

Kim EJ

The beneficial effects of antibiotics in acute diarrhea of children were analysed to assess their effectiveness since many physicians use them to treat acute diarrhea. Searching 124 charts of patients...
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Clinical Features of Group B β-hemolytic Streptococcal Infection in Infants and Children

Kim YK, Kwak YH, Kim YJ, Jung HS, Hong JY, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND: Group B β-hemolytic Streptococcus(GBS) has been the major pathogen of neonatal sepsis in western country. In contrast, GBS has played little role in neonatal sepsis in Korea. But recently,...
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Current update, prevention, and treatment of pediatric RSV infection

Cha SH

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Rotavirus Vaccines

Kim DS

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New DTaP Vaccine

Kang JH

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Prevention and treatment of malaria

Hong YJ, Oh SH

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