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Clinical Infectious Diseases: Open Access

ISSN: 2684-4559

Open Access

Current Issue

Volume 4, Issue 6 (2020)

    Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

    A Brief review on Mycobacterium Tuberculosis

    Yadong Zheng*

    Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases: Open Access (ISSN: 2684-4559)
    is an Open Access, quick rapid peer-reviewed journal that hopes to publish
    the most complete and solid wellspring of data information on exposures,
    current developments and stream progressions which empowers inventive
    exploration, covering all points of view in the field.

    Editorial Pages: 1 - 2

    A Concise Note on Clinical Infectious Diseases

    Yuehua Huang*

    Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases: Open Access (jid) recognizes its
    decade long service to the scientific community by reliably publishing peerreviewed
    articles and tracking the progress and following the advancements
    in the field of various Pathogens, including Invasive Candidacies,
    Aspergillosis, Norovirus, Pulmonary Infiltrates, and mycobacteria that
    may infect the human beings causing health disorders like Invasive
    Fungal Disease, Extensive Disease, Systemic Illness, Cytomegalovirus
    (Cmv) Infection, Recurrent Infection, Surgical Wound Infection, Clinical
    Microbiology, Invasive Fungal Disease, Flu, Communicable Diseases,
    Gastroenteritis, and Clostridium Difficile Infection. Since its inception in
    the year 2017, in addition to regular issue releases on quarterly basis,
    this transdisciplinary journal is additionally releasing special issues and
    conference proceedings from time to time, thus comprehensively covering
    a wide range of topics and emerging challenges in infectious Diseases.
    The journal centers around application oriented research on Fungal
    Etiology, Enterobacteriaceae, Epidemiology, Neutropenia, and Probiotics
    significance and utility.

    Case Series Pages: 1 - 4

    Melioidosis Case Series: Various Clinical Presentations and Risk Factors

    Ibrahim Azlina* and Wan Zakaria Wan Helmi

    Melioidosis is an infectious disease caused primarily in countries with tropical climates, especially Southeast Asia and Northern Australia, by the bacterium Burkholderia
    Pseudomallei. The bacteria can be found in contaminated water and soil and it is spread to humans and animals by direct contact with the contaminated source. Melioidosis
    can involve multiple system which can lead to severe infections and fatal. We report on three cases of melioidosis in the Bentong district of Malaysia over a 12-month period; a
    61-year-old man with a right elbow abscess; a 69-year-old man with a recurrent admission and splenic abscess; and a 24-year-old young man with a splenic abscess. The first
    two patients had poorly controlled diabetes mellitus, while the third patient did not have any comorbidities, but operated on oil palm plantations. All these patients remained in
    Bentong, Pahang. Pahang is the largest state in the Peninsular of Malaysia, with the production of rubber and oil palms as its key economic source. This case series highlights
    differences in presentation of melioidosis and occupational exposure as a risk factor for melioidosis in addition to poorly controlled diabetes mellitus.

    Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

    Editorial Note on Abdominal Tuberculosis

    Pushpanathan Muthuirulan*

    Clinical Infectious Diseases: Open Access is a peer reviewed journal that publishes the latest research advancements and current developments in the field. The Journal offers an Open access platform for gastroenterologists, virologists, clinical pathologists, pulmonologists, clinical and lab practitioners, academicians and researchers keen in exploring and introducing the clinical ramifications of infectious diseases, suggesting therapy and cure.

    2020 Conference Announcement Pages: 1 - 1

    Announcement on World Pathology Congress 2020 Webinar

    Durga Prasad

    We cordially like to invite you to join a webinar on World Pathology Congress 2020 during September 21-22, 2020. Pathology Webinar serves as a tool to educate healthcare providers on best practices to improve patient safety. Share and gain your knowledge on Pathology, World Pathology Congress 2020 a webinar will be an excellent network where all pathology and practisers will meet. You can participate in our Webinar without leaving your work and staying at your home.

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