V V Semerikov

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A review of the epidemiology of clinical rubella in the Perm region of the Russian Federation from 1979-97 showed that the incidence was about 220 cases per 100,000 population. Congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) accounted for 15% of birth defects and for about 3.5 cases of CRS per 1000 live births per year. Surveys of the seroepidemiology of rubella(More)
AIM Justification of the use of immune chromatographic analysis for diagnostic of pneumococcal pneumonia. MATERIALS AND METHODS Sensitivity and specificity of an immune chromatographic method (Binax Now test system) was studied for verification of pneumococcal pneumonia. Approbation of this method for etiologic deciphering of pneumonia in 260 patients(More)
The work on the evaluation of the role of rubella infection in the development of congenital malformations in newborn infants, as well as the immunogenic activity and tolerability of live attenuated vaccine Rudivax (Pasteur Mérieux Connaught) was carried out in the process of selective immunization in the Perm region. The study made it possible to find out(More)
AIM To assess influence of vaccination against rubella on the genetic diversity of rubella virus. MATERIALS AND METHODS Vaccine strains of rubella virus Wistar 27/3 and Orlov-B as well as sera from patients with rubella obtained in Perm region during 1999 - 2005 period and standard serologic, molecular, epidemiologic and statistical methods were used. The(More)
The retrospective epidemiological analysis of rubella morbidity in Perm has revealed that the epidemic process of rubella is revived every 2-3 years in winter and spring. Children of preschool age in organized groups are mainly affected; 42.5% of these children have no specific antibodies. Among adults, the risk group consists mainly of women aged 20-29(More)
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