identification of vaginal group b streptococcus carriage in a west of scotland general practice. 200717896264
the changing epidemiology of bacterial meningitis and invasive non-meningitic bacterial disease in scotland during the period 1983-99.we reviewed population-based laboratory reports of invasive meningococcal, pneumococcal, haemophilus influenzae, group b streptococcus (gbs) and listeria monocytogenes isolates in order to examine the changing epidemiology of meningitis and invasive non-meningitic disease (inmd) caused by these 5 pathogens in the 2 periods before (1983-91) and after (1992-99) routine use of h. influenzae type b conjugate vaccine (hib) in scotland. neissieria meningitidis was the most common cause of meningitis, ...200212064693
epidemiology of group b streptococcal infection in a special care neonatal unit. 19979331647
the epidemiology of beta-haemolytic streptococcal infections in the intensive therapy unit of the royal infirmary, edinburgh 1991-1994. 19979331646
microflora and somatic cell content of goat milk.the results of tests to determine the microflora and somatic cell content of 483 milk samples from 250 dairy goats in the north of scotland are presented. milk from uninfected udders had extremely low levels of bacterial contamination, 80 per cent of such samples having less than 100 bacteria/ml. one quarter of all samples were infected, the organisms isolated being coagulase negative staphylococci (83.5 per cent), coagulase positive staphylococci (12.4 per cent) streptococci (3.3 per cent) and ...19846375103
carriage of group b streptococci in the upper respiratory tract. 19817021604
streptococcus agalactiae serotypes in the south west of scotland. 19846390930
group b streptococci (gbs) in the upper respiratory tract of schoolchildren. 19827045039
group b streptococci in mothers and infants: edinburgh studies. 19826757183
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