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Oral syringomyelia: 1–7 months

Paediatric neuropathy: 3–12 months

Pediatric neuropathy: 2–7 months

Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia: 1–12 months

Psittacosis: 1–7 months

Pyrrochalasia: 1–7 months

Rabies: 1–7 months

Rotavirus infection: 1–6 months

Recurrent herpes simplex: 1–7 months

Rotavirus infection and skin lesions: 1–3 months

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA): 1–5 years

Respiratory tract infections: 1–8 months

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS): 1–12 months

Tuberculosis infection (TB): 1–7 months

더킹카지노Tuberculosis: 1–5 years

Typhoid fever: 1–8 months

Twin or more cases of pneumonia (n = 21): 2–15 months

* Includes all persons with documented pneumonia and acute respiratory syndrome on either the PPT or the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) list, except those who received a diagnosis of T. falciparum vaccine-associated pneumonia because of exposure during the first 7 months of life.

Source and Abstract

The present systematic review was performed using Medline, Embase, and other electronic databases with citations to identified studies included in these reviews바카라사이트. Studies that reported information on the frequency of the use of the pneumococcal vaccine in pediatric patjarvees.comients were abstracted and searched for further studies using the following terms: vaccination, pneumococcal disease, pneumococcal vaccines, pneumococcal vaccination, pneumococcal serologic testing. Studies reporting data on vaccine use were identified in either the NEISS or PPT databases for the year or years before and at least 7 months before randomization for pneumococcal vaccination and the use of pneumococcal serologic testing.

Selected studies included 1,874 individuals (62%), of whom 1,569 (68%) reported pneumococcal vaccination for childhood and 643 (53%) for adolescents. No studies reported data on pneumococcal vaccine, pneumococcal serologic testing or pneumococcal vaccination for adults. In the primary analysis of study quality, study outcomes were assessed according to the WHO recommended ranges of values. All analyses were performed according to the CONSORT consensus on primary outcomes an