INFECTIONS AND TREATMENT JOURNAL
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The Prevalence and Associated Factors of Early Health Seeking Behavior for Childhood Acute Diarrheal Illnesses in Gondar Town, Northwest Ethiopia, 2016
Corresponding Author: Destaye Guadie Kassie, University of Gondar College of Medicine and health sciences, Department of Pediatrics and Child health Nursing, Ethipoia,Pdf Full text Views (1833)
Infections and emerging outbreaks are very common in human life and reported from many years ago. It is important to understand and respond to the emerging outbreaks to reduce the damage to the human kind. There are many infections that caused mortality at high rates such as ebola, zika virus and so on. Infections and Treatment Journal is one a source to provide insights in latest outbreaks and health care methods and eradication strategies to the clinicians and policy makers.
Aims and Scope
Infections and Treatment Journal is an open access peer reviewed journal initiated by Boffin Access provides insights in emerging infection outbreaks, disease symptoms, and treatment options and policy making issues. Infections and Treatment Journal invites significant findings for publication from clinical experts, medical and academic professionals for publication. Infections and Treatment Journal accepts original articles, review reports, case studies, communications and editorials.
Infections and Treatment Journal is bimonthly journal presents high quality articles on most trending topics of infectious diseases and related fields. Journal adopted standard editorial and review policies. Journal aims to share novel findings to the least corner of the world.
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Subjects covered by the Infections and Treatment Journal
- New infections resulting from changes or evolution of existing organisms
- Old infections reemerging as a result of antimicrobial resistance
- Known infections spreading to new geographic areas or populations
- Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome
- West Nile virus infection, and zoonoses
- Human demographics and behavior
- Breakdown of public health measures
- Epidemiologic findings within a broader public health perspective
- New methods of detecting, characterizing, or subtyping pathogens
- Developments in antimicrobial drugs and prevention or elimination programs
- Innate and adaptive immunity to infection
- Development of vaccines against nonviral pathogens
- Infectious and sexually transmitted diseases in humans
- Microbiome relating to host-pathogen interactions
- Molecular Pathogenesis
- Fungal and Parasitic Infections
- Cellular Microbiology and Pathogen-Host Cell Molecular Interactions
- Emerging and re-emerging etiological agents
- Animal and environmental Microbiology
- Allergy and Infectious Diseases
- Social and public-health aspects of infectious disease
- Diagnostics development in prevention and treatment of infections
- Clinical testing of herbal or traditional medications in preventing and infectious diseases
- Epidemiology and pathology of zombie infections
- Zoonotic infectious diseases
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