SARS: First global epidemic of 21st. century. Amin Tabish, S. JK Practitioner, 10(3):239–244, 2003.
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	title = {{SARS}: {First} global epidemic of 21st. century},
	volume = {10},
	issn = {0971-8834},
	url = {},
	language = {English},
	number = {3},
	journal = {JK Practitioner},
	author = {Amin Tabish, S.},
	year = {2003},
	keywords = {*epidemic, *respiratory tract infection/di [Diagnosis], *respiratory tract infection/dr [Drug Resistance], *respiratory tract infection/dt [Drug Therapy], *respiratory tract infection/et [Etiology], *respiratory tract infection/pc [Prevention], *severe acute respiratory syndrome/di [Diagnosis], *severe acute respiratory syndrome/dr [Drug Resistance], *severe acute respiratory syndrome/dt [Drug Therapy], *severe acute respiratory syndrome/et [Etiology], *severe acute respiratory syndrome/pc [Prevention], Canada, China, Coronavirus, Hong Kong, Singapore, Viet Nam, World Health Organization, acquired immune deficiency syndrome/dr [Drug Resistance], acquired immune deficiency syndrome/dt [Drug Therapy], acquired immune deficiency syndrome/et [Etiology], acute respiratory tract disease, antibiotic agent/dt [Drug Therapy], antibiotic resistance, antiinfective agent/cb [Drug Combination], antiinfective agent/dt [Drug Therapy], antivirus agent/cb [Drug Combination], antivirus agent/dt [Drug Therapy], autopsy, clinical feature, coughing, diagnostic procedure, differential diagnosis, disease association, disease classification, disease severity, disease transmission, dyspnea, environmental exposure, epidemiological data, fatality, fever, genome analysis, health care cost, health care delivery, health care management, health care personnel, health care planning, hospital infection, human, incubation time, infection control, international cooperation, laboratory test, membrane protein/ec [Endogenous Compound], mortality, nonhuman, nucleocapsid protein/ec [Endogenous Compound], oseltamivir/dt [Drug Therapy], pneumonia, polymerase 1a protein/ec [Endogenous Compound], polymerase 1b protein/ec [Endogenous Compound], public health service, respiratory distress syndrome, ribavirin/cb [Drug Combination], ribavirin/dt [Drug Therapy], risk assessment, short survey, spike protein/ec [Endogenous Compound], steroid/cb [Drug Combination], steroid/dt [Drug Therapy], steroid/iv [Intravenous Drug Administration], steroid/po [Oral Drug Administration], symptomatology, thorax radiography, travel, unclassified drug, vaccination reaction, virus detection, virus mutation, virus protein/ec [Endogenous Compound], virus vaccine/dt [Drug Therapy]},
	pages = {239--244},

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