Taweewong Tantracheewathorn

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Children aged 11 to <24 months received 2 intranasal doses of live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV) or placebo, 35+/-7 days apart. Dose 1 was administered concomitantly with a combined measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine (Priorix). Seroresponses to measles and mumps were similar between groups. Compared with placebo, response rates to rubella in(More)
A 40-day-old male infant presented with fever and non-productive cough for 3 weeks, tachypnea and dyspnea 5 days before admission. The chest radiograph and computed tomographic (CT) scan revealed right lung consolidation with pleural effusion. Pleural tapping showed frank pus that grew Nocardia asteroides. The CT scan of the brain and abdomen were normal.(More)
BACKGROUND Nosocomial infection is a global public health problem, particularly by multi-drug resistant bacteria, increasing morbidity, mortality, and health care costs. The distribution of pathogens and antimicrobial sensitivity patterns change with time and vary among hospitals. OBJECTIVE To determine and compare the bacterial pathogens causing(More)
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