Affiliation: University of Palermo
- Prevalence of sensitization to Anisakis simplex among professionally exposed populations in SicilyWalter Mazzucco
Dipartimento Scienze Promozione della Salute Sezione Igiene, University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy
Arch Environ Occup Health 67:91-7. 2012..7-fold (p = .03) among fishermen/sailors compared with fish industry workers. The study suggested the importance to adopt specific prevention strategies against exposure to AS in the occupational setting...
- A retrospective follow up study on maternal age and infant mortality in two Sicilian districtsWalter Mazzucco
Department of Health Promotion Sciences, University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy
BMC Public Health 11:817. 2011....
- Serological pattern of Hepatitis B, C, and HIV infections among immigrants in Sicily: epidemiological aspects and implication on public healthFabio Tramuto
Department of Sciences for the Health Promotion G D Alessandro Hygiene Section, University of Palermo, 133, Via del Vespro, 90127, Palermo, Italy
J Community Health 37:547-53. 2012....
- Could university training and a proactive attitude of coworkers be associated with influenza vaccination compliance? A multicentre survey among Italian medical residentsClaudio Costantino
Department of Science for Health Promotion and Mother to Child Care G D Alessandro, University of Palermo, Via Del Vespro n 133, ZIP code 90127, Palermo, Italy
BMC Med Educ 16:38. 2016..This multicentre survey aimed to investigate at a nationwide level training quality and work environment associated with seasonal influenza vaccination uptake among Italian medical residents...
- Can the serological status of anti-HBc alone be considered a sentinel marker for detection of occult HBV infection?Francesco Vitale
Dipartimento di Igiene e Microbiologia G D Alessandro, Sezione di Igiene, Universita degli Studi di Palermo, Palermo, Italy
J Med Virol 80:577-82. 2008..The data presented in this study suggest that detection of "anti-HBc alone" could reflect unrecognized "occult" HBV infection and that physicians should consider investigating such patients with HBV molecular tests...