Selected Abstracts from Pediatrics Jeffrey J. Sacks, Randall Lockwood, Janet Hornreicht, and Richard W. Sattin Fatal Dog Attacks, 1989-1994 Pediatrics 97: 891-895.
Selected Abstracts from Pediatrics Lee E. Pinckney, and Leslie A. Kennedy Traumatic Deaths from Dog Attacks in the United States Pediatrics 69: 193-196.Medline Abstract
Medline Abstract Effects of gender and parental status on knowledge and attitudes of dog owners regarding dog aggression toward children. IR Reisner and FS Shofer J Am Vet Med Assoc, November 1, 2008; 233(9): 1412-9.
Selected Abstracts from Pediatrics Exposure to Nontraditional Pets at Home and to Animals in Public Settings: Risks to Children Larry K. Pickering, MD, Nina Marano, DVM, MPH, Joseph A. Bocchini, MD, Frederick J. Angulo, DVM, PhD and the Committee on Infectious Diseases
Medline Abstract Pasteurella multocida is commensal of the normal nasopharynx or gastrointestinal flora in many domestic and wild animals. Cat and dog bites usually cause soft tissue infections. [Pasteurella multocida meningitis in a 93-year-old woman following a cat bite.] F Dutheil, D Wahl, and A Chamoux Med Mal Infect, November 13, 2008; .
Dog bites: still a problem? Injury Prevention 2008;14:296-301;
Bite Wounds Red Book.; 2009: 187-191.: Section 2. Recommendations for Care of Children in Special Circumstances Bite Wounds (see full text – requires registration)
Medline Abstract Animal bites, mostly dog bites, often require an emergency department visit, but are often mistakenly considered innocuous. Indeed, bite wounds can lead to an handicap as well as become infected, mostly with the oral flora of the biting animal (Pasteurella, Capnocytophaga, Eikennella, streptococci, staphylococci and anaerobic bacteria). [Animal bites and infection] N Boillat and V Frochaux Rev Med Suisse, October 8, 2008; 4(174): 2149-52, 2154-5.
Medline Abstract Background: Dog bites are the most common animal bite injuries occurring in the United States. Estimated infection rates range between 15% and 20%. Polymicrobial infections are most common. Capnocytophaga canimorsus (C. canimorsus) is a Gram-negative rod strongly associated with dog bites, and is known to cause life-threatening infection in humans. A 42-year-old woman with septic shock: An unexpected source. Richard Sacks and Kim Kerr J Emerg Med, February 5, 2009; .High Wire Press – Stanford University
High Wire – Stanford University Effective preexposure and postexposure prophylaxis of rabies with a highly attenuated recombinant rabies virus. M Faber, J Li, RB Kean, DC Hooper, KR Alugupalli, and B Dietzschold PNAS, July 7, 2009; 106(27): 11300-5.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Animal-related injuries: epidemiological and meteorological features. M Emet, N Beyhun, Z Kosan, S Aslan, M Uzkeser, and Z Cakir Ann Agric Environ Med, June 1, 2009; 16(1): 87-92.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Bilateral endophthalmitis due to dog bite. WJ Muen, AM Bal, S Wheelan, and F Green Ophthalmology, July 1, 2009; 116(7): 1420-1.
High Wire Press – Stanford University A dog bite to the adult scrotum. D Saleh, D Shaw, and CS Biyani, Can Urol Assoc J, October 1, 2009; 3(5): E64-6..
Journal of Pediatric Psychology Advance Brief Report: Don't Kiss a Sleeping Dog: The First Assessment of “The Blue Dog” Bite Prevention Program Kerstin Meints and Tiny de Keuster University of Lincoln All correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Kerstin Meints, MA, PhD, Reader in Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln LN6 7TS, UK. E-mail: [email protected]
High Wire Press – Stanford University Selective mutism due to a dog bite trauma in a 4-year-old girl: a case report. D Anyfantakis, E Botzakis, E Mplevrakis, EK Symvoulakis, and I Arbiros J Med Case Reports, January 1, 2009; 3: 100.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Clinical and bacteriological assessment of dog-to-dog bite wounds. S Mouro, CL Vilela, and MM Niza Vet Microbiol, January 11, 2010
High Wire Press – Stanford University [Meningitis following a dog bite.] R Hurtado, P Lopez-Garcia, J Manuel-Ramos, and F Gutierrez Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin, January 25, 2010
High Wire Press – Stanford University Medline Abstract: Local treatment of dog bites; a new method. RS WESTPHAL Bull Med Soc Cty Monroe, October 1, 1946; 4(6): 211.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Medline Abstract: Fatal Dog Bite in the Absence of Significant Trauma: Capnocytophaga canimorsus Infection and Unexpected Death. D Stiegler, JD Gilbert, MS Warner, and RW Byard Am J Forensic Med Pathol, April 19, 2010.
Emergency Medicine Journal Is time to closure a factor in the occurrence of infection in traumatic wounds? A prospective cohort study in a Dutch level 1 trauma centre Mark T M van den Baar; Job van der Palen; Marianne I Vroon; Paul Bertelink; Ron Hendrix Emerg. Med. J. 2010; 27:540-543.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Breed specific legislation: How data can spare breeds and reduce dog bites. KL Overall Vet J, June 2, 2010; . Center for Neurobiology and Behavior, Psychiatry Department – Penn Med, Philadelphia, PA 1910 4-7051, USA.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Medline Abstract: The primary closure approach of dog bite injuries of the nose. T Zielinski Otolaryngol Pol, May 1, 2010; 64(3): 157-60.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Medline Abstract: Epidemiology of animal bites and stings in Khuzestan, Iran, 1997-2006. SM Alavi and L Alavi J Infect Public Health, January 1, 2008; 1(1): 51-5.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Penetrating skull and brain injury due to a dog bite: a cautionary tale for the unwary. R Burns, A Kusanale, and PA Brennan Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg, September 8, 2010
High Wire Press – Stanford University Clinical case report: Treatment of permanent tooth avulsion following trauma from a dog bite. Bianco; Bernier-Rodriguez; Forcier; Aguilera; Convey Gen Dent. 2010; 58: e268.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Treatment of Hydrophobia in the Last Century: Method of Treating Those That Have Been under My Care for the Bite of a Mad Dog, or Other Mad Animal. J Dyer Prov Med Surg J, May 31, 1848; 12(11): 302-303.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Animal and human bites in Iceland. K Oddsson, G Stefansdottir, B Mogensen, and S Gudmundsson Laeknabladid February 1, 1995; 81(2): 126-132.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Hydrophobia Nine Months after the Bite of a Dog. A Newman BMJ, May 4, 1872; 1(592): 471.
High Wire Press – Stanford University A CASE OF CAT-BITE FEVER. GE Beaumont and AM Gill BMJ, March 23, 1935; 1(3872): 582-583.
High Wire Press – Stanford University ADDER BITE. T Oliver BMJ, December 9, 1922; 2(3232): 1114-1115.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Death of a Child from Hydrophobia two Years and four Months after being Bitten by a Rabid Dog. WG Spencer BMJ, February 7, 1891; 1(1571): 277-278.
High Wire Press – Stanford University A NOTE ON RAT-BITE FEVER, WITH REPORT AND TEMPERATURE CHART OF A RECENT CASE. RW Cruickshank BMJ, November 23, 1912; 2(2708): 1437-1439.
High Wire Press – Stanford University Rat-bite Fever from a Kitten. AF Cole BMJ, March 28, 1936; 1(3925): 638-639.BMJ Journal
BMJ Journal Dog bite prevention: what children know C A Dixon; E M Mahabee-Gittens; C J Lindsell Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A169-c-170A -c.
BMJ Journal Dog bite injuries a preventable hazard? R Butcher; T De Keuster Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A221-a.
BMJ Journal Call back study investigating child dog bite injury that occurs in the domestic setting in Victoria, Australia K Ashby; E Cassell Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A188-b.
BMJ Journal Inhibitory control and children's risk for dog bites A L Davis; D C Schwebel; B A Morrongiello; J Stewart; M Bell; E E Oneal Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A167-c-168A -c.
BMJ Journal An epidemiological multicenter survey on dog bites in France between May 2009 and April 2010 C Ricard; G Sarcey; V Servas; C Beata; B Chevallier; A le Touze; B Thelot Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A128-a. HighWire Press The blue dog project – The development of a dog bite prevention programme aimed at young children T De Keuster; K Meints; R Butcher Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A169-b.
BMJ Journal How to prevent dog bite injuries? Children misinterpret dogs facial expressions K Meints; A Racca; N Hickey Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A68-a.
BMJ Journal How to prevent dog bite injuries? The blue dog K Meints; T De Keuster; R Butcher Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A171-c-172A -c.
BMJ Journal The blue dog challenges in marketing a prevention message T De Keuster; R Butcher; M Van Laeken Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A168-c. BMJ Journal Why do children get bitten in the face? K Meints; C Syrnyk; T De Keuster Inj. Prev. 2010; 16:A172-d-173A -dHighWire Press
HighWire Press Microbiology of animal bite wound infections. FM Abrahamian and EJ Goldstein Clin. Microbiol. Rev., April 1, 2011; 24(2): 231-46.
HighWire Press Mortality, mauling, and maiming by vicious dogs. JK Bini, SM Cohn, SM Acosta, MJ McFarland, MT Muir, and JE Michalek Ann Surg, April 1, 2011; 253(4): 791-7.
HighWire Press Handling and restraining aggressive dogs. K Shepherd Vet Rec, April 2, 2011; 168(13): 359-60.
HighWire Press Political and practical problems with dangerous dogs. D Grant Vet Rec, February 5, 2011; 168(5): 133-4.
HighWire Press Dog bite injuries to the hand. M Nygaard and LB Dahlin J Plast Surg Hand Surg, April 1, 2011; 45(2): 96-101 .
HighWire Press Animal and human bites in children. DO Osaghae West Afr J Med. 2011; 30: 421.
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