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Response to "Elephants in the room" editorial, 1 February 2019.


Update: Influenza Activity in the United States During the 2018-19 Season and Composition of the 2019-20 Influenza Vaccine.

Influenza activity* in the United States during the 2018-19 season (September 30, 2018-May 18, 2019) was of moderate severity (1). Nationally, influenza-like illness (ILI) activity began increasing in November, peaked during mid-February, and returned to below baseline in mid-April; the season lasted 21 weeks, making it the longest season in 10 years. Illness attributed to influenza A viruses predominated, with very little influenza B activity. Two waves of influenza A were notable during this extended seas...

Society for Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction 2019 Winter Meeting, February 26-March 2, 2019, InterContinental Hotel, Miami, Florida.


Update: Influenza Activity - United States, September 30, 2018-February 2, 2019.

CDC collects, compiles, and analyzes data on influenza activity and viruses in the United States. During September 30, 2018-February 2, 2019,* influenza activity in the United States was low during October and November, increased in late December, and remained elevated through early February. As of February 2, 2019, this has been a low-severity influenza season (1), with a lower percentage of outpatient visits for influenza-like illness (ILI), lower rates of hospitalization, and fewer deaths attributed to p...

Covering the Cover - February 2019.

Clinical Issues-February 2019.

Update February 2019.

2019 Editorial.

PC-FACS February 5, 2019.

Editor's note February 2019.

Correction: Error in Letters in 5 February 2019.

Editorial for January 2019 for JPC A/B/C.

HSM Editorial (May 2019).

February 2019 Featured Articles, Volume 228.

A Preview of Selected Articles - February 2019.

SURVEY OF ANTITUBERCULOSIS DRUG ADMINISTRATION AND ADVERSE EFFECTS IN ELEPHANTS IN NORTH AMERICA.

Tuberculosis, caused by , is a disease causing morbidity and mortality in captive elephants ( and ) as well as free-ranging individuals. Elephants in North America diagnosed with tuberculosis are often treated with antituberculosis drugs, unlike livestock species, which has necessitated the development of treatment guidelines adapted from recommendations for humans. There are few published reports describing empirical treatment, which may be complicated by poor patient compliance, interruptions in drug admi...

Featured Articles for CME Credit February 2019.

Nomenclature for factors of the HLA system, update January, February and March 2019.

Seroprevalence of Complex in Free-ranging African Elephants () in Kruger National Park, South Africa.

Tuberculosis (TB) is a pathogenic disease that affects a range of wildlife species, including African elephants (). The recent discovery of fatal disease caused by infection with in a bull elephant in the Kruger National Park (KNP), which is a bovine TB endemic area, emphasizes the importance this disease could have on both wild and captive elephant populations globally. Elephants with culture-confirmed TB have previously been shown to produce strong antibody-responses efore the mycobacteria can be isolate...

Open Medicinal Chemistry.

Hello 2019! ChemMedChem Editor David Peralta looks back at the journal's activities in 2018, as well as upcoming Special Collections, features, and developments for ChemPubSoc Europe in 2019. He also introduces the journal's new Editorial Board co-chair, Prof. Sangyong Jon from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

Self-assembly of Cu2O Monolayer Colloidal Particle Film Allows the Fabrication of CuO Sensor with Superselectivity for Hydrogen Sulfide.

CuO monolayer colloidal particle film with controllable thickness and homogeneous microstructure was prepared by self-assembly and subsequent calcination based on Cu2O colloidal particles. Large-scale CuO monolayer colloidal particle film has the particle size of 300-500 nm, and CuO colloidal particles are hollow. It was found that such structure exhibits the excellent room temperature H2S gas sensing properties. It not only has high sensing response and excellent selectivity, but also has a low limit of de...

Investigating changes within the handling system of the largest semi-captive population of Asian elephants.

The current extinction crisis leaves us increasingly reliant on captive populations to maintain vulnerable species. Approximately one third of Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) are living in semi-captive conditions in range countries. Their relationship with humans stretches back millennia, yet elephants have never been fully domesticated. We rely on the expertise of traditional handlers (mahouts) to manage these essentially wild animals, yet this profession may be threatened in the modern day. Here, we stu...

The Ongoing Ebola Epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018-2019.

The international response to the evolving Ebola epidemic in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has had interim successes while facing ongoing difficulties. The outbreak has occurred in an area of intractable conflict among multiple armed groups at a time of contentious national elections. Despite porous international borders and considerable population movement, however, transmission has been confined to North Kivu and Ituri provinces. Factors potentially contributing to this containment include co...

In this Issue: Volume 110, Issue 2, February 2019.

Annals for Educators - 19 February 2019.


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