Alina Cristina Neguț

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A1 The outcome of patients with recurrent versus non-recurrent pneumococcal meningitis in a tertiary health-care hospital in Background Pneumococcal meningitis (PM) is a life-threatening disease. Recurrent PM is relatively rare and associated with predisposing conditions. This study analyzed the outcome of patients with recurrent versus non-recurrent PM.(More)
Session title: epidemiology, subtypes, regional issues O1 HIV-1 diversity in Bulgaria (current molecular epidemiological picture) Objectives In Bulgaria 1606 cases with HIV/AIDS were diagnosed from 1986 until 2012. Epidemiological data indicated greater heterogeneity of HIV-1 positive population, including minority groups, migrants, and recent increase of(More)
Background The nasopharyngeal microbiota represents one of the key factors related to infectious diseases in children [1]. The infectious agents and their resistance patterns are main factors driving disease severity. Nasopharyngeal carriage is high in children, especially for Staphylococcus aureus [2,3]. Methods We performed a screening study for(More)
Background In our era, the profile of the HIV-infected patient has completely changed. We are now treating poly-experienced patients interested in their quality of life, where management of drug-associated adverse reactions and eradication of viral reservoirs constitute important issues. We present the case of a 57 year-old male patient, diagnosed with HIV(More)
Background The prevalence of colonization with Staphylococcus aureus has been shown to increase worldwide [1,2], along with the rate of antibiotic use in medicine as well as the livestock industry. Therefore, our microbiota may be exposed to selective pressure and may develop resistance to current drugs [3]. Methods We have performed a study to assess the(More)
Background PCR-based tools for detection of bacterial infections can considerably shorten the timespan from patient admission to initiation of targeted antibiotherapy. As culture-based methods are operator-sensitive and yield lower rates of identification in longer timespans, dependent on species-specific growth rates, there is a need for new techniques(More)