South Africa has a high burden of infectious diseases, including
a large portion that are of bacterial origin. This section reviews
the national burden of disease and levels of antibiotic resistance
in common bacterial infections in the human population. The
consequences of resistance on clinical outcomes, through either
treatment failures or the development of more virulent infections, are
largely unknown. The full impact of antibiotic resistance on health in
South Africa therefore remains to be assessed.
Graf, H.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture; Du Toit, P.J.(Union of South Africa : Dept. of Agriculture, 1933)
Only one case being available no general deductions as to the changes in the blood resulting from a P. bigeminhum infection are permissive. Summarising the above case one notices marked increases in nearly all the nitrogenous ...
Neitz, W.O.; McCully, R.M.; South Africa. Dept. of Agricultural Technical Services; De Lange, M.; Reinecke, R.K.; Walker, Jane B.; De Kock, V.E.; Howell, P.G.(Pretoria : Government Printer, 1971)
Studies on the pathogenesis and symptomatology of the acute and chronic forms of human sleeping
sickness and those appearing in equine nagana caused by Trypanosoma brucei Plimmer & Bradford, 1899 are
given. In man the ...
Gray, J.S.; Potgieter, F.T.; Steyn, P.J.J.; Bigalke, R.D.; Cameron, Colin McKenzie; Gilchrist, Frances M.C.; Jordaan, E.; Morren, A.J.; Verster, Anna J.M.; Verwoerd, Daniel Wynand; Walker, Jane B.(Published by The Government Printer, Pretoria, 1982)
Babesia bigemina was transmitted by male Boophilus decoloratus and also by intravenous inoculation of a homogenate prepared from infected incubated larval ticks.