T waves inversion and ST segment shifts are considered the earliest and commonest ECG finding of diphtheritic
Diphtheria is an acute, communicable disease with overall fatality rate as high as 20-30% in toxic forms up to 70% in diphtheritic
To describe the time trends among diphtheritic
patients from 2006-2010.
stomatitis in yellow-eyed penguins (Megadyptes antipodes) in New Zealand.
parrots with severe diphtheritic
upper digestive lesions, experimentally causing the formation of cutaneous lesions in chickens; chicken and parrot strains will not provide cross protection (3).
The disease was mostly seen in birds of 6-12 months of age and disease was characterized by coetaneous lesions on the featherless skin and or diphtheritic
lesion of mucous coats of the upper alimentary and respiratory tract.
The shape of the laryngeal plug is similar to the conical tip of the Fell-O'Dwyer apparatus (Figure 3) which was used in the 1880s in the management of acute diphtheritic
Although there is a diphtheritic
form of the disease in which lesions appear in mouth and upper respiratory tract, this form of disease is also associated with skin lesions on the featherless part of the body in some chickens.
(FAIRCHILD.) ESPECIALLY PREPARED AS A SOLVENT FOR DIPHTHERITIC
MEMBRANE." (2) (p57) It seems around that time, companies such as Fairchild began marketing injectable preparations in addition to those intended for direct application.
In 2005, there were 7 deaths, due to non availability of anti diphtheritic
serum (ADS) in Maharashtra State.
The effect of lacal pressure in diphtheritic
We old nurses used to say "croup before the rash is invariably measles, croup after the rash is probably diphtheritic
, and croup with the rash may be either".