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Antonyms for noninfectious

not infectious


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Tracking and responding to infectious and noninfectious diseases is a major part of CDC's mission to protect America's health," said CDC Director Tom Frieden, M.
In addition, the authors cover a number of other key aspects to HIV care, such as pregnancy, pediatrics, and infectious and noninfectious complications, completing a thorough review of the literature.
More revealing were data on admissions specifically related to primary diagnoses of infections or serious noninfectious diagnoses.
Within the anaesthesia general waste stream there were 24 kg of noninfectious non-recyclables, mainly gloves.
New research suggests that a simple bedside test based on genetic profiles of patients' blood could accurately discriminate between sepsis, a leading cause of death in hospital intensive care units, and noninfectious inflammation.
DISCUSSION: The patient was diagnosed with "hut lung," a term that refers to the noninfectious, nonmalignant respiratory manifestations of chronic, high-level exposures to biomass smoke.
Content includes coverage of discovery, research, enabling technologies, product development, clinical studies, policy, safety, commercial utilization, therapeutic vaccines, infectious disease targets and noninfectious disease targets, including cancer, allergies and autoimmunity.
Other forms of vulvovaginitis caused by trichomonas and other infections can be confused with DIV, as can noninfectious causes of erosive vulvovaginitis, such as lichen planus and graft-versus-host disease, she said.
HIV amplification occurs rapidly and is operative with noninfectious HIV through amplification in the presence of an infectivity complement.
He died soon afterward, and physicians attributed his death to noninfectious causes.
Seven chapters concentrate on stress, alcohol and other drug use, infectious and noninfectious concerns, nutrition, physical fitness, suicide, and environmental and safety issues.
To create ANDi, OHSU scientists first placed a GFP gene naturally found in jellyfish (which glows green under blue light) into noninfectious viruses (microscopic particles that invade cells).
The result is the production of immature, noninfectious virions.
The apparent simplicity and rationality of the specific germ theory led to comparable efforts to identify noninfectious diseases in etiological terms.
Doctors there keep a ``bone bank'' - limbs collected from animals that died of noninfectious diseases.