USA

Selvarangan, R, M Nzabi, SB Selvaraju, P Ketter, C Carpenter, CJ Harrison. Human parechovirus 3 causing sepsis-like illness in children from midwestern United States. The Pediatric infectious disease journal 2011;30:238-242.

Nonpolio enterovirus and human parechovirus surveillance --- United States, 2006-2008. MMWR Morbidity and mortality weekly report 2010;59:1577-1580.

Davis, J, D Fairley, S Christie, P Coyle, R Tubman, MD Shields. Human Parechovirus Infection in Neonatal Intensive Care. The Pediatric infectious disease journal 2014.


AUSTRALIA

Khatami, A, BJ McMullan, M Webber, et al. Sepsis-like Disease in Infants Due to Human Parechovirus Type 3 During an Outbreak in Australia. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 2015;60:228-236.


EUROPE

Esposito, S, J Rahamat-Langendoen, B Ascolese, L Senatore, L Castellazzi, HG Niesters. Pediatric parechovirus infections. Journal of clinical virology : the official publication of the Pan American Society for Clinical Virology 2014;60:84-89.


Brownell, AD, TQ Reynolds, B Livingston, CA McCarthy. Human Parechovirus-3 Encephalitis in Two Neonates: Acute and Follow-Up Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Evaluation of Central Nervous System Markers of Inflammation. Pediatric neurology 2014.


Kolehmainen, P, A Jaaskelainen, S Blomqvist, et al. Human parechovirus type 3 and 4 associated with severe infections in young children. The Pediatric infectious disease journal 2014;33:1109-1113.



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