There is one clinical trial.
The investigators intend to investigate the carriage of pneumococci and other respiratory microbes since the introduction of pneumococcal conjugate vaccines (Prevenar 7 and Prevenar 13). The principal aim is to gain a collection of samples that can be used to help investigate any changes that might occur in the epidemiology of microbes that are carried in the upper respiratory tract and which may cause respiratory disease, sepsis or meningitis after the introduction of Prevenar. Nasopharyngeal and nasal swabs will be taken from up to 2,000 children aged 4 years and under in each year of the study. Swabs will be processed using traditional microbiology and molecular diagnostic techniques and isolated microbes such as S. pneumoniae further characterised using molecular methods. The investigators will also ask parents to complete a short questionnaire requesting: basic demographic data; vaccine history; recent illness; overseas travel and antibiotic usage. The study will contribute to the success of the introduction of pneumococcal conjugate vaccines and will play a central role in maintaining confidence. The study will also help provide information for future vaccine policy as further vaccines are developed against microbes which cause respiratory disease, sepsis and meningitis.
Description: To gain a collection of pneumococci and other microbes of related importance that can be used to help investigate any changes that occur in the epidemiology of pneumococcal disease since the introduction of Prevenar 13Measure: Collection of pneumococci Time: By the end of the study (31/03/2027)
Description: To use all isolated strains to help understand changes in the molecular epidemiology of pneumococci, and other relevant microbe species of the upper respiratory tract.Measure: Understand changes in the molecular epidemiology of pneumococci Time: By the end of the study (31/03/2027)
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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