Hui Jiang's research while affiliated with Capital Medical University and other places

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UNSTRUCTURED Respiratory infectious diseases are closely related to meteorological conditions and pollutants, and the changes of their epidemiological characteristics rarely explored in recent 10 years. We aimed to assess the incidence and mortality trends for respiratory infectious diseases from 2004 to 2018, and examine the associations between a...
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Purpose The present study aimed to explore the risk factors for tuberculous meningitis (TBM) among patients with tuberculosis (TB). Methods This retrospective study was conducted on patients with TB who were hospitalized in Beijing Chest Hospital between January 2012 and December 2019. Demographic and clinical data of patients with TB were extract...
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Objective The outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020 is reminiscent of the H7N9 outbreak in 2013, which poses a huge threat to human health. We aim to compare clinical features and survival factors in fatal cases of COVID-19 and H7N9. Methods Data on confirmed COVID-19 and H7N9 fatal cases identified in mainland China were analyzed to compare demographic ch...
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Background Understanding multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) transmission patterns is crucial for controlling the disease. We aimed to identify high-risk populations and geographic settings of MDR-TB transmission. Methods We conducted a population-based retrospective study of MDR-TB patients in Beijing from 2018 to 2020, and assessed MDR-TB...
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Objective To explore the reasons of failure in a case of pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) after 9 years systematic treatment. Methods We extracted the patients' treatment history, drug susceptibility testing (DST), Computed tomography (CT) images, and sequenced the isolated strains by whole gene sequencing (WGS). Results Although most results of the...
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Background Recurrence continues to place significant burden on patients and tuberculosis programmes worldwide, and previous studies have rarely provided analysis in negative recurrence cases. We characterized the epidemiological features of recurrent pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) patients, estimated its probability associated with different bacterio...
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The public health interventions to mitigate COVID-19 could also potentially reduce the global activity of influenza. However, this strategy's impact on other common infectious diseases is unknown. We collected the data of ten respiratory infectious (RI) diseases, influenza-like illnesses (ILI), and seven gastrointestinal infectious (GI) diseases du...
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Outbreaks of acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis (AHC) are associated with a high disease burden. In this study, we investigated the association between enhanced public health intervention and the incidence of AHC during the COVID-19 pandemic in China. A total of 212,526 AHC cases were reported in China during 2015–2020. The overall yearly incidence r...
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Objectives: The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is an emerging virus causing substantial morbidity and mortality worldwide. We performed a cross-sectional investigation of SARS-CoV-2 clusters in Suzhou to determine the transmissibility of the virus among close contacts and to assess the demographic and clinical charact...
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Objective To quantitatively evaluate the effectiveness of Fangcang shelter hospitals, designated hospitals, and the time interval from illness onset to diagnosis toward the prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic. Methods We used SEIAR and SEIA-CQFH warehouse models to simulate the two-period epidemic in Wuhan and calculate the time depend...
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Background: Global climate change could have potential impact on enterovirus (EV)-induced infectious diseases. However, the environmental factors promoting acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis (AHC) circulation remain inconclusive. This study aimed to quantify the relationship between the environment and AHC. Methods: We retrieved the monthly counts...
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Importance The World Health Organization End TB (Tuberculosis) Strategy aims to decrease the global incidence and mortality of TB by 90% and 95%, respectively, as of 2035. Objective To characterize the recent epidemiological trend of pulmonary TB (PTB) in mainland China based on the national surveillance data. Design, Setting, and Participants Th...
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BACKGROUND A subset of patients who complete standard treatment for pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) develop TB recurrence. OBJECTIVE This study characterized the epidemiological features of recurrent PTB patients to estimate recurrence probability associated with different smear test results and examine risk factors associated with recurrence. METHO...
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Objective To quantitatively evaluate the effectiveness of Fangcang shelter hospitals, designated hospitals, and time interval from illness onset to diagnosis in the prevention and control of COVID-19 epidemic. Methods We use SEIAR and SEIA-CQFH warehouse models to simulate the two-stage epidemic in Wuhan and calculate the time dependent basic repr...
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Background Although the incidence of co‐existent pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) and lung cancer in China is increasing, risk factors related to its development are still poorly understood. We aimed to investigate which clinical factors were associated with the odds of co‐existent PTB and lung cancer (PTB‐lung cancer) cases in a case‐control study. M...
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BACKGROUND Although the studies of surveillance and epidemiological characteristics of tuberculosis (TB) notified to the Chinese CDC Tuberculosis Information Management System (TBIMS) are much more, few assessment studies of control strategies have been performed. OBJECTIVE As a high incidence region of TB, following the nationwide prevention and...
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Background In 2005, China established an internet-based Tuberculosis Information Management System (TBIMS) to monitor changes in tuberculosis (TB). Many scholars have conducted epidemiological research using TBIMS; however, few studies assessing control strategies have been performed based on this platform data. Henan province is a high TB incidenc...
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Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tuberculosis) Lineage 4 (L4) is frequently prevailing in Western regions of China, where the tuberculosis incidence rate is high. However, the epidemiology characteristics of M. tuberculosis L4 in China remain poorly understood. Here, the 15-loci Variable number of tandem repeats (VNTR) patterns of 975 L4 isolates fro...
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Objectives To evaluate the value of Xpert MTB/RIF in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) in general hospitals, which are usually where patients first visit. Methods Presumptive PTB patients, based on imaging results, in a general hospital in China, were enrolled from August 2015 to April 2017. The sensitivity and specificity of four tube...
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Objective: To describe the incidence and epidemiological characteristics of child pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) notified to the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Tuberculosis Information Management System (TBIMS) from 2009 to 2015. Study design: A database of child PTB for 31 provinces in mainland China over 7 years was retr...
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Background The incidence of tuberculosis (TB) remains high worldwide. Current strategies will not eradicate TB by 2035; instead, by 2182 is more likely. Therefore, it is urgent that new risk factors be identified. Methods An ecological study was conducted in 340 prefectures in China from 2005 to 2015. The spatial distribution of TB incidence was s...

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... SUB10161089, PRJNA752494, and SRP333006). WGS raw sequence data of wildtype monkeys used for comparative analysis in this article have been deposited in the Genome Sequence Archive (42,59) in the BIG Data Center (Nucleic Acids Res 2018), Beijing Institute of Genomics (BIG), Chinese Academy of Sciences, under accession number CRA002684, and are publicly accessible at https://bigd.big. ac.cn/gsa. ...
... In addition, a study based on the population in Northeast China, between the years 2014 and 2018, showed that with the increase in temperature and the decrease in humidity, allergic conjunctivitis appears to increase significantly, indicating dry and hot climate is likely to induce allergic conjunctivitis (Lu et al. 2021). It is interesting that long-term exposure to higher mean temperature and relative humidity were associated with an increased risk of acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis in a study by Zhang et al. (2021). Similarly, in another major study, Seo et al. demonstrated that the number of conjunctivitis outpatients was elevated with higher exposure to temperature and humidity (Seo et al. 2018) Conversely, Sheng et al. published a time-series analysis in 2022, which indicated that there was a negative correlation between temperature and allergic conjunctivitis visits (Sheng et al. 2022). ...
... Patients or infected people information, such as medical history and symptoms, is reported by patients or infected people through the Shanghai Fangcang shelter hospital app. [33][34][35] From passively asking patients or infected people questions to actively filling out the questionnaire, cooperation has significantly improved. Medical staff can also quickly receive patients or infected people information through relevant instructions obtained from the medical manager identity of this app, thereby reducing the occurrence of fear related to making mistakes in this frantic work environment when wearing airtight protective clothing. ...
... It is known that tuberculosis is a disease associated with poverty [3]. The poor health resources in the western provinces of China may lead to delayed detection and diagnosis, as well as a poor health service and patient management [17]. Moreover, the lack of self-protection awareness of the residents in these regions may be associated with the spread of PTB [18]. ...
... It is very consistent with the epidemic characteristics of tuberculosis in other provinces of China. For example, from 2005 to 2018, 70.45% of the total cases of tuberculosis in Henan Province were male, the median age was 48 years old, and the number of farmers and herdsmen reached 81.5% [30]. Men may be more socially active and smoke more than women, which increases the risk of TB [31,32]. ...
... In fact, some studies have shown chronic inflammation of TB as carcinogenic [3,4]. In previous studies, the coexistence of TB and LC, in a small percentage of patients, was documented [5][6][7]. Furthermore, lung malignancy and the different drugs used for the treatment are associated with immunosuppression, which often leads to mycobacterial infection [8,9]. ...
... We found that the risk was significantly lower under 15 years, possibly due to positive control effects of the neonatal BCG vaccination program. On the other hand, the rate of missed diagnosis among children was also high [24]. The risk was higher in all groups over 15 years old than the overall average, possibly due to cumulative exposure to M. tuberculosis infection, air pollution, smoking, and other determinants with age. ...
... There are many factors influencing the incidence of tuberculosis. Studies have shown that meteorological factors [5], social and economic factors [6], and the geographical ecological environment [7] have been closely associated with the incidence of tuberculosis. Changes in meteorological factors will affect the pattern and burden of tuberculosis. ...