Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology

Table of Contents: 2007

  • Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 872804
  • - CAHR Abstracts

CAHR 2007 - Poster Presentations

  • Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology -
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 165130
  • - CAHR Abstracts

CAHR 2007 - Oral Sessions

  • Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology -
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 902682

Patient Care and Support Measures Overcome Reluctance to Initiate New Regimen Containing Enfuvirtide

Benoit Trottier
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 423578

Triple Active Antiretroviral Regimen Including Enfuvirtide Via the Biojector is Effective and Safe

Mona Loutfy | Colin Kovacs
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 198172

Treatment Strategy: Role of Enfuvirtide in Managing Treatment-Limiting Side Effects

Christos Tsoukas
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 761872

The Clinical Cost of Delays in Switching Therapy

Sharon Walmsley
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 250529

Introduction

Anita Rachlis
  • Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology -
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 789635
  • - Letter to the Editor

Clostridium difficile Outbreaks

Paul Bayardelle
  • Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology -
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 952141
  • - Clinical Vignette

Fever of Unknown Origin in a Migrant Farm Worker from Mexico: History, Her Story and His Story

Jocelyn A Srigley | Jean-Claude Cutz | ... | Andrew M Morris
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 295973
  • - Original Article

Usefulness of Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis in Tracking Two Outbreaks of Invasive Meningococcal Disease Serogroup C in British Columbia

Grahame Quan | Mark Gilbert | ... | David M Patrick
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 597123
  • - Original Article

Prevalence of USA300 Colonization or Infection and Associated Variables During an Outbreak of Community-Associated Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in a Marginalized Urban Population

Mark Gilbert | Judy MacDonald | ... | John Conly
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 386481
  • - Ammi Canada Annual Meeting Symposium

Contributing to Communicable Diseases Intelligence Management in Canada: CACMID Meeting, March 2007, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Shamir Mukhi | Jeff Aramini | Amin Kabani
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 674270
  • - Ammi Canada Annual Meeting Symposium

Electronic Tools for Infectious Diseases and Microbiology

Steven D Burdette
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 615827
  • - Adult Infectious Disease Notes

Clostridium difficile: The Evolving Story

BL Johnston | JM Conly
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  • Volume 18
  • - Article ID 312973
  • - Editorial

Information Technology and Infectious Diseases: Promise and Pitfalls

A Mark Joffe
Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology
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