Intestinal parasites in six Islamic medieval period latrines from 10th–11th century Córdoba (Spain) and 12th–13th century Mértola (Portugal)
ConclusionDifferences were noted between parasite species found in Mediterranean Europe and northern Europe, where a range of zoonotic parasites were endemic alongside sanitation-related parasites. We suggest that the scarcity of zoonotic parasites in southern Europe in the medieval period may reflect contrasts in climate between northern and southern Europe.SignificanceThe repeated identification of roundworm eggs suggests that al-Andalus was less hygienic than historically depicted. We did not note a difference between parasites found in Muslim and Christian regions of Iberia, and the predominance of parasites spread by fecal contamination of food is consistent with past research.LimitationsThe eggs of some species of parasite are fragile, so may theoretically have been present in the population but did not survive for us to identify them.Suggestions for further researchTo further investigate the role of climate upon the parasites that affected past human populations.
Conclusion: Nontransporting emergency medical service vehicles have the potential for inclusion in the extracorporeal membrane oxygenation network of the study area.
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Conclusions: A six-month course of isoniazid proved to be safe and effective in the treatment of LTBI, which is essential to reducing the risk of developing active tuberculosis.RESUMO Objetivo: Descrever a incid ência de tuberculose ativa e a ocorrência de eventos adversos do tratamento com isoniazida em pacientes diagnosticados com tuberculose latente (TBL), portadores de doenças inflamatórias crônicas e tratados com agentes imunobiológicos em uma área endêmica no Brasil. Métodos: O diagnóstico de TBL foi feito com base em anamnese, exame clínico, ra...
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Date: Wednesday, 11 13, 2019; Speaker: Laura Amo, Ph.D. , Postdoctoral Fellow, Laboratory of Immunogenetics, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases; Building: Building 45 (Natcher Building); Ruth Kirschstein Auditorium
Date: Wednesday, 11 13, 2019; Speaker: Courtney Murdock, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Georgia; Building: Building 45 (Natcher Building); Ruth Kirschstein Auditorium