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spisanie Detski i infektsiosni

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Central Medical Library ®,
MU - Sofia

 

 

 

 

 



 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Journal "Detski i infectsiosni bolesti" (Pediatric and Infectious Diseases)

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Vol. 4, 2012, № 2

PEDIATRIC DISEASES
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E. Petkova, V. Petkova and G. Petrova. MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES IN CHILDREN - Detski i infectsiosni bolesti, V. 4, 2012, No2, 3-7.


E. Petkova, V. Petkova and G. Petrova. MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES IN CHILDREN
Summary: In the recent years, increasing number of patients suffering from diabetes mellitus was observed. 10 per 100,000 children and one or two infants are affected yearly in Bulgaria. Treatment requires proper management, which would include both the health professionals and patients themselves and their families. Therefore, the aim of this study was to track and highlight the critical moments in performing diabetes therapy in children.
Key words: diabetes management, insulin, children
Address for correspondence: Dr. E. Petkova, Department "Organization and Economy of Pharmacy", Faculty of Pharmacy, Medical University - Sofia, "Dunav" Str. No.2, 1000 Sofia.

 

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Vol. 4, 2012, № 1

INFECTIOUS DISEASES
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M. Karcheva. MEASLES IN EUROPE – TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES - Detski i infectsiosni bolesti, V. 4, 2012, No1, 34 - 44.

 

M. Karcheva. MEASLES IN EUROPE – TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES
Summary. Measles, a highly infectious vaccine-preventable disease, is re-emerging in Europe. Countries within the European Region of the World Health Organization, which include EU and EEA/EFTA countries, have committed to eliminate measles by 2015. The elimination of measles requires sustained vaccination coverage above 95% with two doses of a measles-containing vaccine. ECDC is monitoring measles transmission in these countries and produces epidemiological updates. The European Monthly Measles Monitoring aims to provide timely public updates on the measles situation in Europe for effective disease control measures, and in support of the common 2015 measles elimination target. The case definition used by EUVAC.NET until the end of 2006 was that formulated in the World Health Organization –  “Surveillance guidelines for measles and congenital rubella infection in the European Region” (2003). Data on the trends in the spread of measles in recent decades as well as the immunization schedules in differ-ent countries are presented.
Key words: measles, vaccination schedule, surveillance
Address for correspondence: M. Karcheva; Sector "Epidemiology, Parasitology and Tropical Medicine "; Medical University - Pleven; "St. Kliment Ohridski "Street № 1; 5800 Pleven

 

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