Community-Acquired Pneumonia

  • Thomas J. Marrie

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxviii
  2. Jock Murray
    Pages 1-12
  3. IIrma Helena Koivula
    Pages 13-27
  4. Rpss J. Davidson, Kelly S. Macdonald
    Pages 35-43
  5. Gerry Schaller, Mark Logan
    Pages 55-100
  6. Claudia Molina, David H. Walker
    Pages 101-129
  7. Thomas J. Marrie
    Pages 131-141
  8. Andrew E. Simor
    Pages 143-162
  9. Mark Woodhead
    Pages 163-178
  10. Thomas J. Nolan, David G. McCormack
    Pages 193-204
  11. Kenneth Rockwood, Colin Powell
    Pages 205-220
  12. Jay C. Butler, Keiji Fukuda, Robert F. Breiman
    Pages 221-238
  13. Marcio Sa-Borges, Jordi Rello
    Pages 239-255
  14. Joanne M. Langley
    Pages 283-291
  15. Elaine E. Wang, Herbert Dele Davoes
    Pages 293-303
  16. Walter F. Schlech III
    Pages 305-320
  17. Robert H. Rubin, Jay A. Fishman
    Pages 321-335
  18. Steven H. Kirtland, Richard H. Winterbauer
    Pages 337-349
  19. Henry Su, Richard H. Winterbauer
    Pages 351-368
  20. Christopher W. H. Davies, Fergus V. Gleeson, Robert J. O. Davies
    Pages 369-386
  21. David Ost, Anna Rozenshtein, Alan Fein
    Pages 387-413
  22. Åke Örtqvist
    Pages 427-454
  23. Larry J. Strausbaugh
    Pages 455-474
  24. Santiago Ewig, Antoni Torres
    Pages 475-485
  25. Thomas M. File Jr., James S. Tan
    Pages 487-500
  26. Julio A. Ramirez, James T. Summersgill
    Pages 501-509
  27. Joseph F. Plouffe
    Pages 511-520
  28. Thomas J. Marrie
    Pages 571-591
  29. Ann R. Falsey
    Pages 617-628
  30. B. Lynn Johnston
    Pages 629-642
  31. Steven Q. Iimpson
    Pages 643-654
  32. Masis Perk, Thomas J. Marrie
    Pages 655-663
  33. George A. Sarosi, Scott F. Dauvies
    Pages 679-707
  34. Valentina Carla Montessori, Julio S. G. Montaner
    Pages 731-740
  35. Dennis James Cleri, Randy Marton, Mohammed Rabbat, John Vernaleo
    Pages 777-799

About this book


Pneumonia (along with influenza) is the sixth leading cause of death in adults. About 4 million adults develop pneumonia each year in the US, resulting in 64 million days of restricted activity, 39 million days of bed confinement, and 10 million days of lost work. Yet the admission rates to hospital, length of stay, investigations, antimicrobial therapy and prevention strategies vary greatly from one geographic area to the next, and the scientific basis for many of our management strategies for pneumonia is weak to nonexistent. There are over 100 microbial agents that can cause pneumonia and many of these, especially Streptococcus pneumoniae, Group A streptococcus, and Staphylococcus aureus, are in a state of flux in terms of changing antimicrobial resistance. This book is designed to provide new information about pneumonia and identify critical research questions that will come to the fore as we enter the 21st century.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Thomas J. Marrie
    • 1
  1. 1.University of AlbertaEdmontonCanada

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