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      RICHARD F JACOBS

      RICHARD F JACOBS

      Departments of Pediatrics, | University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock | University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock (R.F.J.) | Division of ...

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      RICHARD F JACOBS:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichRICHARD F JACOBShas direct influence:Infectious mononucleosis,Neonatal herpes,Laryngeal candidiasis,Oral acyclovir,Oral acyclovir suppression,Congenital malaria,Hsv disease,Tuberculin test tuberculosis.

      RICHARD F JACOBS:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which RICHARD F JACOBS has influence:Congenital malaria,Simplex virus,Neonatal herpes,Viral infections,Hsv infection,Newborn infant,Blood transfusion.

      KOL Resume for RICHARD F JACOBS

      Year
      2018

      Departments of Pediatrics,

      2015

      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock

      2011

      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock (R.F.J.)

      2004

      Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA 30912 (Murray) Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Pediatrics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR 72202 (Jacobs)

      1988

      From the Department of Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco and San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA (MG); Chest Service, University of California, San Francisco and San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA (PCH); Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Arkansas Children's Hospital, Little Rock, AR (RFJ), Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Virginia, Health Sciences Division, Virginia Commonwealth University and St. Mary's Hospital, Richmond, VA (ELK); and Department of Pediatrics–Section of Infectious Diseases, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA (MHDS).

      Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases/Immunology Arkansas Children's Hospital Little Rock, AR 72202

      1986

      From the Departments of Pediatrics (BJT, RFJ, RLB) and Microbiology/Immunology (EMB), University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and The American Red Cross Blood Services, Arkansas Region (BEM, GS), Little Rock, AR.

      1983

      From the Deparment of Pediatrics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and Arkansas State Health Department, Little Rock, AR.

      1982

      Department of Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Wash. USA

      1978

      Little Rock, Ark., USA

      Sample of concepts for which RICHARD F JACOBS is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      postvaricella #14
      chlorpropamide diazoxide #15
      osteomyelitis complication #19
      frozen deglycerolized #21
      deglycerolized blood #23
      tularemia children #33
      hsv disease neonates #35
      neonates hsv disease #36
      oral acyclovir suppression #39
      laryngeal candidiasis #41
      enterovirus sepsis #41
      complication varicella #41
      tularensis gentamicins #53
      neonates enterovirus #56
      cmv viruria #60
      acyclovir infants #65
      preschool cilastatin #69
      parenteral acyclovir #81

      Prominent publications by RICHARD F JACOBS

      KOL-Index: 7103

      BACKGROUND: Poor neurodevelopmental outcomes and recurrences of cutaneous lesions remain unacceptably frequent among survivors of neonatal herpes simplex virus (HSV) disease.

      METHODS: We enrolled neonates with HSV disease in two parallel, identical, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies. Neonates with central nervous system (CNS) involvement were enrolled in one study, and neonates with skin, eye, and mouth involvement only were enrolled in the other. After completing a regimen of 14 ...

      Known for Neonatal Herpes | Oral Acyclovir | Hsv Disease | 6 Months | Cns Involvement
      KOL-Index: 3190

      BACKGROUND: Neonatal enterovirus sepsis has high mortality. Antiviral therapy is not available.

      METHODS: Neonates with suspected enterovirus sepsis (hepatitis, coagulopathy, and/or myocarditis) with onset at ≤15 days of life were randomized 2:1 to receive oral pleconaril or placebo for 7 days. Serial virologic (oropharynx, rectum, urine, serum), clinical, pharmacokinetic, and safety evaluations were performed.

      RESULTS: Sixty-one subjects were enrolled (43 treatment, 18 placebo), of whom ...

      Known for Enterovirus Sepsis | Antiviral Therapy | Infections Female | Newborn Male | Oxadiazoles Oxazoles
      KOL-Index: 1077
      Known for Congenital Malaria | Report Cases | Chloroquine Female | Maternal Fetal | Asia Southeastern
      KOL-Index: 719
      Known for Chlorpropamide Diazoxide | Intravenous Infusion | Humans Hypoglycemia
      KOL-Index: 397
      Known for Mycobacterium Bovis
      KOL-Index: 368

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      Known for Humans Satisfaction
      KOL-Index: 169

      We compared the antimicrobial function of alveolar macrophages (AM) from adult and 3- to 5-wk-old infant primates (Macaca nemestrina) and the effects of the immunomodulator, aminobutyryl muramyl dipeptide (abu-MDP) on this function. Phagocytosis of Staphylococcus aureus (SA) and group B streptococcus (GBS) by adult and infant AM was comparable. Adult and infant AM killed SA equally within 15 min of incubation; however, after 45 min, with phagocytosis of additional bacteria, adult AM had ...

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      Departments of Pediatrics, | University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock | University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock (R.F.J.) | Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta

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