Philip J Kozinn: Influence Statistics

Philip J Kozinn

Philip J Kozinn

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Philip J Kozinn: Expert Impact

Concepts for which Philip J Kozinn has direct influence: Systemic candidiasis , Cutaneous candidiasis , Candida albicans , Newborn infant , New york , Candida esophagitis , Precipitin test .

Philip J Kozinn: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which Philip J Kozinn has influence: Candida albicans , Systemic candidiasis , Kupffer cells , Fungal infections , Urinary tract , Iron overload , Newborn infant .

KOL Resume for Philip J Kozinn

Year
1985

From the Division of Urology and the Mycology Research Laboratories, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York

1982

From the Division of Urology and Mycology Research Laboratory, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York

1978

Department of Pediatrics, Maimonides Medical Center and State University of New York, Brooklyn, New York

1977

Departments of Pediatrics, Medicine, and Surgery, Maimonides Medical Center, State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York

1976

Department of Medicine, Maimonides Medical Center, State University of New York, and Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York

1974

Division of Urology, Maimonides Medical Center,Brooklyn, New York, USA

1973

Union City, N. J

Department of Pediatrics State, University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

1972

From the Division of Urology, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York

1971

Brooklyn, New York, USA

1970

Department of Pediatrics, Maimonides Medical Center and Department of Pediatrics, State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, N. Y.

1969

Departments of Pediatrics and Medicine (Division of Hematology). Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York; and the Departments of Pediatrics and Medicine, State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York.

Maimomdes Medical Center and Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center.

Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, N. Y

1967

Department of Biology, Saint Francis College, and the Department of Pediatrics, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA

1964

Department of Pediatrics, Maimonides Hospital, Brooklyn, New York, and Department of Pediatrics, State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn

1961

Department of Pediatrics, Maimonides Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. USA

Belle Harbor, Long Island, N. Y.

1960

Department of Pediatrics, Maimonides Hospital of Brooklyn, New York and the Dept. of Dermatology, New York University, Postgraduate Medical School, New York, N. Y

1958

Department of Pediatrics, Maimonides Hospital, Brooklyn, New York

1957

Pediatric Services of Beth-Israel Hospital, New York, N. Y. USA

1949

Pediatric Service of Dr. Philip Cohen, Beth Israel Hospital, New York, N. Y., USA

Prominent publications by Philip J Kozinn

KOL-Index: 7968 . The phagocytic ability of neutrophilic leukocytes from patients with leukemia was studied using live Candida albicans as the test organism. In 19 patients with acute myeloblastic leukemia (AML), the mean yeast cell number per neutrophil (phagocytic index) and the percent neutrophils which ingest Candida (percent phagocytosis) were normal. However, death of leukocytes was significantly ...
Known for Leukocyte Function | Lymphoid Leukemia | Neutrophils Patients | Cml Aml
KOL-Index: 6203 . High urinary colony counts of Candida may develop in patients with prolonged indwelling bladder catheters, multiple antibiotic usage and compromised host resistance. Serum candidal antibody titers may differentiate candidal colonization or early infection from invasive or disseminated infection. The persistence of marked candiduria in the absence of elevated antibody titers or other ...
Known for Amphotericin Candidiasis | Disseminated Infection | Urethral Catheter | Surgical Treatment
KOL-Index: 5968 . In order to determine whether endotoxin is normally found in the portal system, intraoperative samples of portal and peripheral blood were drawn from 34 consecutive elective abdominal surgery patients. The limulus lysate test was used to detect endotoxin. Ninety-seven per cent of patients had a positive limulus test in portal blood. Twelve of these patients were tested for portal ...
Known for Portal Blood | Endotoxin Bacteria | Liver Disease | Systemic Endotoxemia
KOL-Index: 5068 . Serum precipitin and agglutinin reactions against Candida albicans were measured in eight patients with acute leukemia in whom clinical signs suggested secondary systemic candidiasis. The reliability of the serodiagnostic methods was evaluated by antemortem and/or postmortem evidence of systemic candidal infection. “True positive” precipitin reactions concomitant with increased serum ...
Known for Systemic Candidiasis | Serologic Diagnosis | Precipitin Tests | Agglutinin Titers
KOL-Index: 5015 . It was noted by Hill and Gebhardt (1956), as well as by Young (1958), that Candida albicans will begin to form mycelia within 60 minutes after subcutaneous injection into mice. Hill and Gebhardt demonstrated that this phenomenon occurs only with C. albicans and C. stellatoidea, while other Candida species fail to form mycelia and are rapidly destroyed in the tissues.Johnson (1954) observed ...
Known for Candida Albicans | Rapid Identification | Human Serum | Culture Media
KOL-Index: 4756 . Three serological tests for candidiasis, agar gel diffusion (AGD-1), whole cell agglutination (AGGL-1), and latex agglutination (LAT), were evaluated by six laboratories with 100 coded sera. In addition, each of six laboratories performed a test of its choice, either the AGD-2, the AGD-3, the AGGL-2, or one of three counterimmunoelectrophoresis (CEP) methods (CEP-1, CEP-2, and CEP-3). ...
Known for Systemic Candidiasis | Serological Tests | Latex Agglutination | Gel Diffusion
KOL-Index: 4675 . Serum antibodies to Candida albicans were determined in 36 sera from 33 “high risk” patients by precipitation with cytoplasmic candidal extracts (“S” antigen), by agglutination, and by indirect immunofluorescence methods. In nine patients who proved free of candidal infection at autopsy, precipitin tests were negative, and agglutinin and fluorescent antibody titers ranged from 0 to 1:320. ...
Known for Candidal Infections | Systemic Candidiasis | Precipitin Tests | Reactions False
KOL-Index: 4537 . A prospective study of candida esophagitis was undertaken to determine the spectrum of this disease in a general hospital. During 1 year, in 370 consecutive endoscopies, 27 patients with Candida esophagitis were detected. The diagnosis was established by finding white plaques on endoscopy, yeast organisms on microscopic examination of a direct smear from the plaques, and a serum agglutinin ...
Known for Candida Esophagitis | Esophageal Symptoms | White Plaques | General Hospital
KOL-Index: 4447 . The 100,000 colony count has been used without careful evaluation for the diagnosis of renal candidiasis. Therefore, a prospective study was done on 1,004 urine samples from patients without signs of candidiasis to determine the incidence of candiduria and Candida colony counts. These were compared with colony counts from histologically proved cases of renal candidiasis. The incidence of ...
Known for Renal Candidiasis | Colony Counts | Careful Evaluation | Factors Urine
KOL-Index: 4379 . Systemic candidiasis is emerging as a major obstacle in the successful management of leukemia and other conditions requiring immunosuppressive, steroid, or antibiotic therapy. Because there are no clearcut diagnostic criteria, the infection is rarely recognized and treated in time. Additional means of diagnosis are therefore urgently needed. Previous studies by the writers have indicated ...
Known for Systemic Candidiasis | Modified Antigen | Positive Reactions | Humans Immunodiffusion
KOL-Index: 4097 . A selected population of 115 high-risk patients was studied for the correlation of precipitating Candida antibodies with systemic candidiasis. Systemic infection was demonstrated histologically in 69 patients. Positive precipitin reactions were found in 72 patients, 65 of which were true-positive and seven of which were false-positive. False-negative reactions were found in four infected ...
Known for Precipitin Test | Systemic Candidiasis | Blood Cultures | Patients Candida
KOL-Index: 4006 . Isolation of Candida albicans from a patient's stools, sputum, or urine tends to obfuscate rather than clarify the diagnosis. The clinician's uncertainty as to the significance of Candida or ganisms cultured from skin lesions or from blood, cerebrospinal fluid, and other internal foci has all too often delayed or prevented administration of specific therapy.Much of the confusion concerning ...
Known for Candida Albicans | Skin Lesions | Specific Therapy | Cerebrospinal Fluid

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