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Characterization of pentocin TV35b, a bacteriocin‐like peptide isolated from Lactobacillus pentosus with a fungistatic effect on Candida albicans
Lactobacillus pentosus TV35b, isolated from the posterior fornix secretions of the vagina of a prenatal patient, produced a bacteriocin‐like peptide (pentocin TV35b), which is inhibitory toExpand
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Serological markers of hepatitis B virus and certain other viruses in the population of eastern Caprivi, Namibia.
Serum samples from 475 male and 420 female subjects from the population of eastern Caprivi, the north-easternmost territory in northern Namibia, were examined for the presence of hepatitis B surfaceExpand
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Current status of food-borne parasitic zoonoses in South Africa and Namibia.
  • J. Joubert, A. Evans
  • Geography, Medicine
  • The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine…
  • 1997
Epidemiological data on food-borne parasitic zoonoses in countries of southern Africa are sporadic. In a study of toxoplasmosis in South Africa, there was an overall prevalence of 21% (2,Expand
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Genital tuberculosis at Tygerberg Hospital--prevalence, clinical presentation and diagnosis.
Over a period of 30 months (1 July 1986-31 December 1988) 57 cases of genital tuberculosis were diagnosed at Tygerberg Hospital. Forty of these cases were diagnosed as a result of routine screeningExpand
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A double-blind randomized comparison of midazolam alone and midazolam combined with ketamine for sedation of pediatric dental patients.
PURPOSE The safety and efficacy of a new sedation technique for children having dental procedures under local anesthesia were evaluated. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred children between the agesExpand
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An evaluation of the effect of oral ketamine and standard oral premedication in the sedation of paediatric dental patients.
We compared the effectiveness of ketamine with standard oral premedication (SOP) in 60 children, 2-7 years of age, sedated orally for dental treatment under local anaesthesia. Children were assignedExpand
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Intravenous midazolam in oral surgery.
Intravenously administered midazolam (0.1 mg/kg) was compared with placebo in a randomized study in 50 patients undergoing oral surgical procedures under local anaesthesia. The results obtained fromExpand
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Prevalence of hepatitis virus and some arbovirus infections in Kavango, northern SWA/Namibia.
A survey of the frequency of hepatitis B markers in 258 subjects from Kavango, northern South West Africa/Namibia, was undertaken during February - May 1983. The hepatitis B surface antigen andExpand
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Demonstration of reinfection and reactivation in HIV-negative autopsied cases of secondary tuberculosis: multilesional genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis utilizing IS 6110 and other repetitive
SETTING Secondary tuberculosis may follow reinfection or endogenous reactivation. The design of effective preventive and treatment protocols requires knowledge about the relative importance of theseExpand
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Paradoxical reactions to rectal midazolam as premedication in children.
Eighty healthy children, between the ages of 2 and 7 years, who were to undergo oral surgical procedures under general anaesthesia, were allocated randomly to 4 groups. Three groups received rectalExpand
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