lack of evidence of chlamydia pneumoniae infection in infants with acute lower respiratory tract order to determine whether there is serologic evidence of chlamydia pneumoniae infection in young infants with acute lower respiratory tract infection, serum samples from 86 subjects aged less than 6 months were assayed for igg and igm antibodies to chlamydia pneumoniae using a microimmunofluorescence method. infants hospitalized in toronto, canada, were enrolled between 15 march 1991 and 15 march 1992. no patient had infection determined by the serologic results. igg antibody was detected at ...19938112356
chlamydia pneumoniae as a new source of infectious outbreaks in nursing determine the extent and severity of illness and mode of transmission of chlamydia pneumoniae infection in 3 nursing home outbreaks.19979103345
two nursing home outbreaks of respiratory infection with legionella describe outbreaks of infection caused by legionella sainthelensi occurring in older residents of two nursing homes and to determine risk factors for the development of infection.199910323647
surveillance for outbreaks of respiratory tract infections in nursing homes.outbreaks of respiratory tract infections are common in long-term care facilities for older people. the objective of our study was to determine both the frequency of such outbreaks and their clinical and epidemiological features.200010789627
previous exposure to chlamydia pneumoniae, helicobacter pylori and other infections in canadian patients with ischemic heart disease.previous exposures to chlamydia pneumoniae (cp), helicobacter pylori (hp) or cytomegalovirus (cmv) have been associated with atherosclerotic heart disease. these associations were studied in canadian patients, and the exposure to five infections measured.200111264559
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