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Urogenital pathogens, associated with Trichomonas vaginalis, among pregnant women in Kilifi, Kenya: a nested case-control study
Masha SC, et al. BMC Infect Dis 2018. Among authors: Descheemaeker P. PMID 30400890 Free PMC article.
Moreover, M. genitalium and Ca M. girerdii were exclusively detected in women with T. vaginalis (P = 0.002 and P = 0.001), respectively. Four of the six women co-infected with T. vaginalis and Ca M. girerdii complained of vaginal itching, compared to only 4 out of the 22 women infected with T. vaginalis without Ca M. girerdii (P = 0.020). ...
Moreover, M. genitalium and Ca M. girerdii were exclusively detected in women with T. vaginalis (P = 0.002 and P = 0.001), res …
What is the risk of missing legionellosis relying on urinary antigen testing solely? A retrospective Belgian multicenter study
Muyldermans A, et al. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis 2019. Among authors: Descheemaeker P. PMID 31838606
Furthermore, we confirmed the higher sensitivity of molecular Legionella detection in lower respiratory tract compared with upper respiratory tract specimens (p = 0.010)....
Furthermore, we confirmed the higher sensitivity of molecular Legionella detection in lower respiratory tract compared with upper respirator …
Epidemiology and clinical impact of viral, atypical, and fungal respiratory pathogens in symptomatic immunocompromised patients: a two-center study using a multi-parameter customized respiratory Taqman® array card
Steensels D, et al. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis 2019 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Descheemaeker P. PMID 31111372
The presence of a pathogen was strongly associated with higher need for supplemental oxygen (p = 0.001), but it had no impact on ICU admission, mechanical ventilation requirement, antibacterial therapy, or mortality. ...
The presence of a pathogen was strongly associated with higher need for supplemental oxygen (p = 0.001), but it had no impact on ICU …
Performance evaluation of direct fluorescent antibody, Focus Diagnostics Simplexa™ Flu A/B & RSV and multi-parameter customized respiratory Taqman® array card in immunocompromised patients
Steensels D, et al. J Virol Methods 2017. Among authors: Descheemaeker P. PMID 28365410
RESULTS: The overall sensitivity was significantly lower for DFA testing than for the two molecular methods (p<0.05). Performance characteristics of Simplexa™ testing were not significantly different compared to TAC testing (p>0.1). ...
RESULTS: The overall sensitivity was significantly lower for DFA testing than for the two molecular methods (p<0.05). Performance …
Clinical evaluation of a multi-parameter customized respiratory TaqMan(®) array card compared to conventional methods in immunocompromised patients
Steensels D, et al. J Clin Virol 2015. Among authors: Descheemaeker P. PMID 26364158
RESULTS: The TAC assay identified viral pathogens in more samples than did conventional testing (77/143 versus 27/143; McNemar P<0.0001), even when TAC results for viruses that could not be detected by conventional testing were excluded from analysis (59/143 versus 26/143; P<0.0001). ...
RESULTS: The TAC assay identified viral pathogens in more samples than did conventional testing (77/143 versus 27/143; McNemar P<0 …
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