The deadline for neuroinvasive WNV disease is pretty close. We are looking forward to the datasets of our participating centers.
Here is the list of closed ID-IRI studies which will hopefully be publicized in 2018
1. The analysis of community acquired sepsis: Data analysis is finished and currently we are writing the paper.
2. Outcome analysis in neurosyphilis: The analysis is finalized and we wrote the paper. Final checks…
3. Lancet and Thwaites scoring in subacute meningitis: Paper submitted elsewhere
4. Brucellosis in pegnancy: The analysis is finalized and we wrote the paper. Final checks…
5. Steroids in CNS infections: Data analysis continues
6. CNS VZV disease: Data analysis continues
7. Ventilator associated Acinetobacter pneumonias: Data analysis is going to start
8. The analysis of Mucormycosis: Data analysis continues
9. Intestinal Tuberculosis: Data analysis is going to start
10. HIV stigmata and discrimination: Data analysis is finished and currently we are writing the paper.
We will inform the group for the new and upcoming projects. We wish a happy, peacefull, and a fruifull new year to all.
We are carrying a subgroup analysis for the VZV CNS disease through ID-IRI community acquired CNS infections database (The burden and epidemiology of community-acquired central nervous system infections: a multinational study. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis. 2017 Sep;36(9):1595-1611). We will hopefully distribute the results soon.
ID-IRI study analyzing neurosyphilis is over and the data analysis is completed. We are about to finish the paper and hopefully will distribute the manuscript to the participating centers soon.
“Prediction of unfavorable outcomes in cryptococcal meningitis: Results of multicenter ID-IRI cryptococcal meningitis study” with the participation of 26 centers from 11 countries is accepted for publication in the European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases. Many thanks to all contributers.
ID-IRI study analyzing “Central nervous system infections in the absence of cerebrospinal pleocytosis” is accepted for publication in International Journal of Infectious Diseases. The article is freely accessible at the journal’s website.