prevalence and clinical features of chlamydia pneumoniae pneumonia at srinagarind hospital, khon kaen, thailand.between october 2000 and december 2002, a prospective study was conducted among hospitalized community acquired pneumonia (cap) patients admitted to srinagarind hospital, khon kaen, thailand. the diagnosis of chlamydia pneumoniae infection was based on serologic testing. the prevalence of c. pneumoniae among patients hospitalized with cap was 8.7%; 24 cases of 276 hospitalized cap patients. the mean age was 42.7 (range, 17-79) years and the male to female ratio was 1:2.4. more than half (54.2%) ...200515906659
etiologies and treatment outcomes in patients hospitalized with community-acquired pneumonia (cap) at srinagarind hospital, khon kaen, thailand.local epidemiological data on the etiologies of in-patients who are hospitalized with cap is needed to develop guidelines for clinical practice. this study was conducted to determine the pattern of microorganisms causing community-acquired pneumonia (cap) in adult patients admitted to srinagarind hospital, khon kaen, thailand, between january 2001 and december 2002. altogether, 254 patients (124 males, 130 females) averaging 56.4 (sd 19.8) years were included. eighty-six of them (33.8%) presente ...200515906660
atypical bacterial pathogen infection in children with acute bronchiolitis in northeast thailand.atypical bacterial pathogens--including mycoplasma pneumoniae, chlamydophila pneumoniae, and chlamydia trachomatis--are important infectious agents of the respiratory system. most current information pertains to adults and little is known about the role of these organisms in lower respiratory tract infections among young children with acute bronchiolitis.201121439510
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