9781936287918 Essentials of clinical infectious diseases.
What does CID stand for?
CID stands for Clinical Infectious Disease (journal)
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14 in Clinical Infectious Diseases, the study measured the immune response to shingles vaccine in 40 people ages 60 or older with a major depressive disorder and compared the results to similar levels in 52 control patients.
The study has been published in Clinical Infectious Diseases.
The Hong Kong researchers, whose findings are reported in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, wrote: "This study has demonstrated that convalescent plasma treatment may have a place in the treatment of patients with severe H1N1 infection.
Source: Clinical Infectious Diseases, September 2008.
was published in 2007 in the peer-reviewed journal, Clinical Infectious Diseases.
The researchers, who published the study in the September 2009 issue of Clinical Infectious Diseases, say P knowlesi malaria can easily be confused with P malariae since parasites look similar by microscopy, but the latter causes a benign form of malaria.