[coxiella burnetii: serologic study in various populations].complement binding antibodies against coxiella burnetii were measured in 699 seric samples in order to ascertain the possible relationship between seric prevalence and the following factors: age, sex, living in rural or urban areas and socio-economical level. all patients were healthy: 180 were from a rural area 86 from guijo (cáceres); 36 from chiloeches (guadalajara) and 58 from bustarviejo (madrid); 519 were from an urban area (city of madrid). the samples from madrid city were classified by ...19902104096
acute respiratory disease in spain: seven years of experience.the clinical and epidemiologic features of viral and nonviral pathogens involved in acute respiratory diseases are described in the context of cases of infection (especially atypical pneumonia and bronchiolitis) studied at the centro nacional de microbiología, virología e immunología sanitarias in madrid during a 7-year period (1979-1986). these etiologies were demonstrated in 1,637 (36.2%) of 4,521 cases. among viruses, respiratory syncytial virus most frequently infected children; influenza vi ...19902237112
[coxiella burnetti: serologic study on bovine from the community of madrid].complement fixative antibodies are determined with regard to coxiella burnetii in phase ii, in 106 serum samples taken from cattle in the madrid region. the overall prevalence of antibodies was 66.98% and 11.32% was high titer. the result obtained are compared with the results from other studies.19892519700
[emerging zoonoses linked to pets in the autonomous community of madrid: design of a method for setting public health priorities, spain].the emergence and re-emergence of infectious diseases are a major concern in public health. the unique socio-demographic aspects of the autonomous community of madrid make it necessary for a greater deal of attention to be paid to pet-transmitted zoonoses. this study is aimed as heightening the knowledge of the emerging and re-emerging pet-transmitted zoonoses and the design of a method for prioritizing the same.200415293959
epidemiological factors associated with the exposure of cattle to coxiella burnetii in the madrid region of spain.domestic ruminants are considered to be the major source of coxiella burnetii, the causative agent of q fever. even though q fever is considered to be present worldwide, its distribution in many areas and countries remains unknown. here, a serological assay was used to estimate the seroprevalence of c. burnetii in cattle in the madrid region of spain, to assess its spatial distribution, and to identify risk factors associated with positive results. ten animals from each of 110 herds (n=1100) wer ...201222534189
[q fever: 54 new cases from a tertiary hospital in madrid].to describe the epidemiological and clinical characteristics of q fever in an urban zone of the community of madrid (spain).201121458794
Displaying items 1 - 6 of 6