Daniela Ristea

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Background Serological screening of blood donors provides data on seroprevalence of certain infections among apparently healthy people of working age population belonging to a particular geographic area. The study’s objectives pursued the prevalence of infection with hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and(More)
Background Pseudomonas aeruginosa has a high resistance to external environmental conditions, with a remarkable ability to adapt and numerous virulence factors, being involved in the etiology of nosocomial infections and severe infections in immunodeficient patients. The strains isolated in hospitals need supervision due to the risk of transmission and(More)
Results The parapneumonic pleurisy has been diagnosed during the first days after onset (1-5 days) in 64 of the patients, for the rest after 6-7 days of evolution. Bacteriological tests identified Streptococcus pneumoniae from sputum in 12 cases, Haemophilus influenzae in 2 cases. Eight patients have been found with high titer IgG antibodies for Chlamydia(More)
Results The resistance to antibiotics was higher in Klebsiella pneumoniae strains isolated from urine culture compared to those isolated in respiratory infections in case of: a) beta-lactams (ceftriaxone 45.2% versus 69.5%, cefaclor 36.7% versus 52.9%, cefuroxime 49.3% versus 61.9%, cefoperazone-sulbactam 70.6% versus 85.7%, piperacillintazobactam 58.1%(More)
Background This work is intended to establish a relation between two diseases, medical and psychiatric, both of them considered public health issues – chronic hepatitis C and depression. Interferon has been a great progress for the chronic hepatitis C patients’ therapy, but the treatment is encumbered by the occurrence of depression on 3-57% of patients.(More)
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