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Yue Wang and Qi Guo

of self-report measures used in vestibular rehabilitation based on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Physical Therapy, 2011, 91:346. 12 Foster CA. Vestibular rehabilitation. Bailliere’s Clinical Neurology, 1994, 3:577. 13 Wu X, Zhang S. Significance and Clinical Application of Vestibular Function Test, Chinese Journal of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, 2007, 42:237. 14 Horak FB, Jones-Rycewicz C, Black FO, et al . Effects of vestibular rehabilitation on dizziness and imbalance. Otolaryngology

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Jun-fei Zhang, Jian Fang, Hai-yan Song, Wei-li Wu, Bo Liu and Cong-xin Chen

;43(10):1239-12345. 23. Li X, Chen H, You L, Wei J, Wang F, Wang X. Evaluation of the commercial rapid Mycoplasma pneumoniae medium method using the medium PCR and serum antibody test. Clin Lab 2011;57(5-6):351-355. 24. DeFraites RF. The Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center: enhancing the Military Health System’s public health capabilities. BMC Public Health 2011;11(Suppl 2):S1. 25. Eick AA, Wang Z, Hughes H, Ford SM, Tobler SK. Comparison of the trivalent live attenuated vs. inactivated influenza vaccines among U.S. military service members. Vaccine

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Guoxiu Lu

sepsis caused by G– bacterial infection were higher than those in G+-infection patients. This result provided a basis for the selection of antimicrobial agents. Oliveira et al . [ 30 ] also found that C-reactive protein and anti-procalcitonin could guide the antibacterial treatment of patients with severe sepsis. The median durations of antibiotics dispensed with guidance using the two markers were 6.0 days and 7.0 days, respectively ( P =0.06). The physical conditions, clinical symptoms, laboratory test results, and biomarkers of the children should be considered

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Dan Wang

bacteria and fungi: (1) the physical support of surface structures (such as cell wall, mycelium, flagella, and cilia) [ 21 ] and (2) through interactions of secretion or autolysis chemicals (such as signaling molecules, extracellular polysaccharide, protein, and DNA and RNA) to complete the exchange and information transmission of genes and metabolites, change antibiotic resistance, adapt to environment pressures, and express virulence genes. Given the complexity of the interaction between bacteria and fungi, scarce information can explain the specific mechanisms, which

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Feng Li, Hao Qin, Xing Zhi, Wang Zhenfei and Wang Ziwei

granulation in the wound. Broad-spectrum antibiotics should be sufficiently applied in time and even sometimes used in combination, when infection causes systemic symptoms, especially systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS), sepsis and septic shock. The use of broad-spectrum antibiotics should be adjusted to reduce the number of drugs and the range of antibiotics, once the results of germiculture and drug sensitivity test are made clear. The anti-infection treatment of pathogenic bacteria should be limited to 4–7 days in general, unless the source of infection is

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Jingfeng Zhang

–130 days, which is the strongest period of immunosuppression, and opportunistic infections may occur within 6 months after the operation [ 6 ]. According to the “Infectious Diseases in Solid Organ Transplantation” [ 4 ] publication issued by the American Society of Transplantation in 2013, the infection of renal transplantation can be divided into three phases. Phase 1 (0–30 days after transplantation) is usually associated with pretransplant physical conditions or surgical complications. In this phase, donor-derived or hospital-acquired infections are prone to occur