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ESPID 2011 Webcast
European Infectious Disease Volume 4 Issue 1
European Infectious Disease is a peer-reviewed bi-annual journal that includes review articles, case reports, practice guidelines and original research. Guided by an Editorial Board of world-renowned physicians, European Infectious Disease comprises articles from recognised thought leaders to deliver comprehensive update on the most important clinical issues facing everyday infectious disease practice. In this edition – Volume 4 Issue 1 – Daniel Podzamczer and Elena Ferrer provide insight into the advances in HIV treatment in Europe, and Vincenzo Galati and colleagues investigate the treatment of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in patients with HIV. Meanwhile, Edward Barton and Alasdair MacGowan examine new anti-gram positive agents and Andreas Voss discusses the new and established preventative approaches to surgical-site infections.
European Paediatrics Volume 4
European Paediatrics is a peer-reviewed annual journal that includes review articles, case reports, practice guidelines and original research. Guided by an Editorial Board of world-renowned physicians, European Paediatrics comprises articles from recognised thought leaders to deliver comprehensive update on the most important clinical issues facing everyday patient care. In this latest issue – Volume 4 – Sudhir Sriram and Michael Schreiber in their article 'Advances in Neonatal Care Over the First Decade of the 21st Century' examine the role of inhaled nitric oxide and optimal oxygen concentration for newborn resuscitation. Elsewhere, Corsino Rey and colleagues provide an insightful update on the latest strategies for the treatment sepsis, with an article entitled ‘Procalcitonin as a Diagnostic and Prognostic Marker in Critically Ill Children’.
7th World Congress of the World Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases (WSPID)
Melbournse, Australia, November 16-19, 2011
WSPID 2011 provides thousands of specialists in the field a world forum for sharing the latest knowledge and receiving updates on the treatment and prevention of pediatric infectious diseases. This biennial congress is the largest gathering of pediatricians in the field of infectious diseases. Participants will receive a fully comprehensive scientific program featuring internationally renowned experts, sponsored and plenary symposia, free papers, poster sessions, and networking opportunities.
For more information on the congress we would like to kindly invite you visit our website at www.kenes.com/wspid