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Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) is a common illness in young children. A monovalent vaccine has been developed in China protecting against enterovirus-71, bivalent vaccines preventing HFMD caused by two viruses are under development.

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Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) is a common infectious disease mainly caused by various enteroviruses. HFMD usually affects children under age of five, with a incidence rate of approximately 2400 cases per 100,000 in 2018 in China [1, 2], and occurs more often in children under three [3]. After 2007, the HFMD epidemic was in an uptrend in China accompanied by serious outbreaks [4]. Although HFMD is usually self-limiting, it can result in complications associated with the central nervous system or death once progressing to severe cases [5, 6]. There are more than 20 types of enterovirus leading to HFMD and Enterovirus 71 (EV71) and Coxsackie virus A16 (CV-A16) are the most commonly reported [3]. EV71 accounts for 70% severe HFMD cases and 90% HFMD-related deaths in mainland China [7].

An extended SEIR model of Hand, foot and mouth diseases including 6 or 8 compartments. Figure 1A indicates the dynamic of HFMD transmission under no vaccination; Fig. 1B indicates the dynamic of HFMD transmission under vaccination

The 3rd Empire Awards ceremony, presented by the British film magazine Empire, honored the best films of 1997 and took place in 1998. During the ceremony, Empire presented Empire Awards in nine categories as well as one honorary award. The awards were sponsored by Stella Artois for the first time.[1][2]

A 76-year-old woman underwent elective endoscopic resection of a papillary adenoma. During this procedure, which included biliary sphincterotomy for removal of common bile duct stones, no particular problems were encountered. Immediately after the procedure the patient developed severe dyspnoea and massive subcutaneous emphysema of the thorax, neck, face and lower extremities. Chest X-ray and CT revealed left-sided pneumothorax, right-sided tension pneumothorax, pneumomediastinum, pneumoperitoneum and pneumoretroperitoneum (Figs. 1 and 2). CT with oral contrast showed a minimal amount of contrast leakage in the second part of the duodenum (Fig. 3). The patient was treated with oxygen, bilateral chest tube placement, antibiotics, and a nil per mouth regime. After 1 day she was transferred from the intensive care unit to the normal ward. She gradually improved and was discharged from the hospital 10 days after the procedure.

A 77-year-old man was admitted with obstructive jaundice. Imaging studies suggested a pancreatic head tumour. Endoscopic cholangiography showed a severe stenosis of the distal common bile duct. For selective cannulation pre-cut sphincterotomy was performed followed by placement of a plastic endoprosthesis. During this procedure retroperitoneal air was noticed. The patient became hypotensive and developed extensive subcutaneous air of the neck and head. Further imaging showed mediastinal air and bilateral pneumothorax. Conservative treatment was started, including antibiotic treatment for 5 days, intravenous fluids, nil per mouth and gastric drainage. The clinical course was uneventful and the patient made a rapid recovery within 1 week.

A 58-year-old woman underwent ERCP for further evaluation and treatment of jaundice and biliary pain. Biliary cannulation was unsuccessful and pre-cut sphincterotomy was performed. After successful cannulation, cholangiography failed to show clear biliary abnormalities. At this stage the presence of retroperitoneal and mediastinal air was noted, accompanied by right-sided pneumothorax. Conservative treatment was initiated and consisted of nil per mouth, nasobiliary drainage and antibiotics. The further clinical course was uncomplicated and the patient fully recovered.

The cumulative reported experience with pneumothorax complicating ERCP suggests that this is an exceptional complication that can occur at any age, is usually right-sided or bilateral and is typically associated with the presence of retroperitoneal, mediastinal and subcutaneous air, frequently also with intraperitoneal air. The main risk factors are (pre-cut) sphincterotomy and possibly the presence of juxtapapillary diverticula. With conservative treatment, including chest tube insertion, administration of antibiotics and a temporary nil by mouth regimen, the prognosis seems good. A notably complicated or fatal course seems uncommon.

Although all patients in the cohort had substantially advanced COPD, the prescription rates of some medications, especially long-acting beta agonist (44.4%) and theophylline (40.8%), were relatively low, considering the current guidelines that strongly recommend use of bronchodilators. It is probably because the cohort was recruited since 1997 and the guideline in this era [11] did not highly appreciate these medications as the current guidelines do. 350c69d7ab


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