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1 Group A (P1A-P62A) Friday, 23 October P 1A ElEvAtEd MvP levels in PAtiEnts with An infection D. Marinou, V. Pitiriga, M. Mavrouli, A. Tsakris and J. Routsias P 2A EvAlUAtiOn OF specific AntiBOdiEs to RICKETTSIA SPP in PAtiEnts with clinically suspected infection Louka Christina, Mitropoulou Fotini, Papadouli Vaia, Katri Maria, Sinos Loukas, Mamali Vasiliki, Zarkotou Olympia, Digalaki Kate P 3A human leptospirosis in AlBAniA: A REtROsPEctivE study OF nine YEARs ( ) Ela ALI; Erjona ABAZAJ; Oltiana PETRI; Brunilda HYSAJ; Silva BINO; Linda FUGA P 4A comparative study OF MEthOds FOR detection OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE directly in stool M. Pavlova, E. Dobreva, K. Ivanova, G. Aseva, I. Ivanov, P. Petrov, E. Savov, I. Todorova, A. Trifonova, K. Kantardzhiev P 5A infection control screening PROcEdUREs supported BY himedia chromogenic culture MEdiA E. Keuleyan P 6A incidence And laboratory diagnosis OF BRUcEllOsis in hospitalized PAtiEnts K. Avgoulea, A. Gerogiokas, C. Louka, G. Vrioni*, G. Chrysos, V. Mamali, O. Zarkotou, K. Digalaki P 7A decrease in clabsi RAtEs AFtER implementation OF A clabsi PREvEntiOn PROGRAM Vassiliki Pitiriga, Pavlos Mariatos, Elsa Kampos, Petros Kanellopoulos, John Dendrinos, Kathrin Karamanou, Athanasios Tsakris, George Saroglou P 8A GRAM negative BActEREMiAs in immunosupressed PAtiEnts E. Giannouli, I. Diamanti, A. Domoktsi, B. Tsiaka, E. Adamopoulou, S. Baltzi, D. Kotsinis, B. Rizou, P. Kazila P 9A AcUtE human BRUcEllOsis in northwestern GREEcE, during A 5-YEAR PERiOd E. Priavali, P. Karagianni, N. Margariti, A. Tatsi, C. Gartzonika, C. Boboyianni, A. Kallinteri, D. Papamichail, S. Levidiotou P 10A study OF diseases caused BY GROUP A streptococci (GAs) in northwestern GREEcE, OvER A 10-YEAR PERiOd Sakkas H., Priavali E., Papamichail D., Gartzonika C., Papadioti P., Margariti N., Kittas C., Nita E., Kaloudi G., Levidiotou S. P 11A MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS (MtB) And non tuberculous MYcOBActERiA (ntm) in northwestern GREEcE OvER A 5-YEAR PERiOd C. Gartzonika, H. Sakkas, E. Priavali, P. Bozidis, D. Martzoukos, G. Kaloudi, S. Levidiotou P 12A BRAin ABcEss caused BY NOCARDIA FARCINICA A. Gerogiokas, V. Mamali, O. Zarkotou, F. Kontos, L. Sinos, F. Mitropoulou, K. Avgoulea, F. Spyridakis, K. Sakellaridis, K. Themeli-Digalaki P 13A diagnosis OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE infection OPtiMisEd diagnosis OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE infection; is there still ROOM FOR improvement? Melina Kachrimanidou, Theopisti Sarmourli, Zoi Tegou, Olga Vasilaki, Efthimia Protonotariou, Simeon Metallidis, Lemonia Skoura, Nikolaos Malisiovas P 14A investigation OF toxin GEnEs diversity OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE strains M. Kachrimanidou, T. Sarmourli, Z. Tegou, L. Skoura, N. Malisiovas P 15A vaginal colonization with GROUP B streptococcus (streptococcus AGAlActiAE) Miloshevski D., Stefanovska V., Miloshevska I. P 16A A case OF chronic Otitis MEdiA infection caused BY BORDETELLA TREMATUM Zeynep Koc, Nurullah Ciftci, Hatice Turk Dagi, Inci Tuncer P 17A An OvERviEw On infection control OF dental clinics in tirana Dr. Xhixha A, Dr.Xhixha A, Cipi R P 18A isolates FROM URinARY tract infection in OUtPAtiEnts in tirana, AlBAniA Linda Fuga, Zamira Ylli, Oltiana Petri 1

2 P 19A AntiMicROBiAl REsistAncE OF campylobacter sp. isolated FROM human And chicken Denada Lacej, Andi Koraqi, Marinela Dibra, Rinalda Skendaj, Linda Fuga P 20A 67-YEAR-Old PAtiEnt with MEninGitis due to haemophilus influenza Verra Chrysoula, Kakouris Georgios, Oikonomopoulou Evangelia P 21A is AEROBic vaginitis A MEAsURABlE clinical EntitY? Elisavet Saltaoura, Stavroula Baka, Iliana Tsouma, Ioanna Tsirmpa, Anthia Chasiakou, Vassiliki Gennimata, Evangelia Kouskouni P 22A PAthOGEns isolated FROM vaginal cultures OF symptomatic children Baka Stavroula, Tsouma Iliana, Saltaoura Elisavet, Gennimata Vassiliki, Kouskouni Evangelia P 23A inflammatory changes On cervical PAPAnicOlAOU smear cannot AlwAYs PREdict A GEnitAl tract infection in AsYMPtOMAtic women Ioanna Tsirba, Evangelia Kouskouni, Ekaterina Politi, Iliana Tsouma, Vassiliki Gennimata, Anthia Chasiakou, Stavroula Baka P 24A increased PREvAlEncE OF BActERiAl vaginosis in infertile women UndERGOinG IN VITRO FERtiliZAtiOn Dimitra Moragianni, Argiri Sianou, Panagiotis Andromidas, George Galyfos, Rahil Kapeta, Anthia Chasiakou, Vassiliki Gennimata, Evangelia Kouskouni, Stavroula Baka P 25A PAthOGEns causing vaginitis in different AGE GROUPs Argiri Sianou, Dimitra Moragianni, George Galyfos, Panagiotis Andromidas, Anthia Chasiakou, Evangelia Kouskouni, Stavroula Baka P 26A the GREEK MicROBiOlOGY EvOlUtiOn through A BiBliOMEtRic study OF the ActA MicROBiOlOGicA hellenica PUBlicAtiOns ( ) C. Tsiamis, G. Vrioni, E. Vogiatzakis, V. Gennimata, A. Tsakris P 27A serology As A diagnostic tool FOR the detection OF BARtOnEllA henselae infection Maria Mavrouli, Georgia Vrioni, Violetta Kapsimali, Athanassios Tsakris P 28A A PREliMinARY study concerning the BActERiAl PhEnOtYPEs involved in PUlMOnARY infections in intensive care PAtiEnts O.M. Cristea, M. Bălăşoiu, D. Calina, C. Avrămescu, O. Zlatian, D. Popa, A.F. Roşu, A.T. Bălăşoiu, A.M. Obadă, M. Fieraru, L. Roşu P 29A diagnosing OF BActERiAl vaginosis needs new scoring system Dane Nenadic, Snezana Matic, Milos Pavlovic, Dejan Baskic P 30A detection OF AntiBOdiEs to CHLAMYDIA PNEUMONIAE And COXIELLA BURNETII Branka Petrovska, Biljana Kakaraskoska Boceska, Dugagjin Osmani, Snezana Cvetkovic, Elizabeta Coneva, Tatjana Cuculovska, Shaban Memeti P 31A important PAthOGEns in PAtiEnts with cystic FiBROsis Kotevska Vesna, Mircevska G, Mihajlov K, Shurbevska B, Kaftandzieva A, Cekovska Z, Panovski N, Petrovska M. P 32A PREvAlEncE OF BActERiAl vaginosis And AssOciAtEd MicROFlORA in REPROdUctivE AGE women I. Hadji-Petrusheva Meloska, B. Kurcik Trajkovska, Icev Konstantin, A. HP Jankijevic P 33A investigation OF AntiBOdY levels AGAinst STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE And infection RisKs in splenectomized PAtiEnts Musa Zorlu, Djursun Karasartova, İbrahim Tayfun Şahiner, A.Semra Güreser, Leyla Taşçı, Z. İlkay Boyacioglu, Ayşegül Taylan-Ozkan, Mete Dolapsı P 34A FActORs AFFEctinG the sensitivity OF sonication OF REMOvEd PROsthEsEs AGAinst conventional tissue cultures FOR diagnosis OF PROsthEtic JOint infections P. Lepetsos, D. Argyris, A.O. Leonidou, A. Adamopoulos, S. Kamariotis, S. Katara, A. Kakiou, D. Dimopoulos, A. Stylianakis P 35A URinARY tract infections EtiOlOGY And AntiMicROBiAl susceptibility in three UnivERsitY hospitals in sofia And varna Virna-Maria Tsitou, Rumyana Markovska, Temenuga Stoeva, Lena Setchanova, Ivan Mitov 2

3 P 36A serotype distribution And AntiBiOtic susceptibilities OF invasive And non-invasive STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE isolates AFtER the ROUtinE implementation OF PnEUMOcOccAl nontypeable haemophilus influenzae PROtEin d conjugate vaccine (Phid-cv) in BUlGARiA Alexandrova A., L. Setchanova, I. Mitov P 37A AntiBActERiAl ActivitY OF GEUM URBANUM l. Lyudmila Dimitrova, Milena Popova, Iva Tsvetkova, Vassya Bankova, Hristo Najdenski P 38A changes OF REsistAncE OF MUltiREsistAnt GRAM negative strains in A cancer hospital A. Domoktsi, D. Kotsinis, I. Diamanti, E. Giannouli, B. Tsiaka, E. Adamopoulou, S. Baltzi, M. Theodoridou, P. Kazila P 39A MAnAGEMEnt OF MUlti drug REsistAnt PAthOGEns in A cancer hospital S. Ploukou, B. Konstantikaki, I.Diamanti, E. Giannouli, B. Tsiaka, A. Domoktsi, E. Adamopoulou, D. Kotsinis, S. Baltzi, S. Anisoglou, P. Kazila P 40A susceptibility OF PAthOGEns in the newer AntiBiOtics in A cancer hospital I. Diamanti, E. Giannouli, B. Tsiaka, A. Domoktsi, D. Kotsinis, E. Adamopoulou, S. Baltzi, A. Tsinianis, P. Kazila P 41A MUltidRUG REsistAncE AMOnG FlUOROQUinOlOnE-REsistAnt URinARY isolates OF EschERichiA coli Vassiliki Pitiriga, John Dendrinos, Pavlos Mariatos, Efstratios Psomas, Athanassios Tsakris P 42A carbapenemase-producing KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE in A tertiary care hospital , GREEcE C. Gartzonika, E. Priavali, L. Politi, H. Sakkas, A. Miari, C. Kittas, A. Tsakris, S. Levidiotou P 43A study OF AntiMicROBiAl REsistAncE RAtE OF ENTEROCOCCUS FAECALIS And ENTEROCOCCUS FAECIUM in AhEPA UnivERsitY hospital during the PERiOd Z. Tegou, A. Lanta, E. Protonotariou, P. Dimitriadis, S. Varlamis, O. Vasilaki, G. Kagkalou, M. Kachrimanidou, A. Poulou, L. Skoura P 44A is the intensive care Unit AddREss OF MUltidRUG REsistAnt BActERiA? Paunovic S., Mijovic G., Andric B., Lopicic M. P 45A AntiMicROBiAl susceptibility PAttERns OF GRAM-nEGAtivE BAcilli solated FROM EldERs having URinARY tract infections Mirela Tătaru, Ioannis Otheitis, Mihaela Botnarciuc, Lavinia Daba, Zoi Otheiti P 46A AntiBiOtic sensitivity OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS EPIDERMIDIS isolates FROM BlOOd cultures Biljana Kakaraskoska Boceska, D. Osmani, B. Petrovska, S. Cvetkovik, E. Coneva, T. Cuculovska, Sh. Memeti P 47A AntiMicROBiAlsUscEPtiBilitY OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS strains isolated FROM clinical samples Nurullah Ciftci, Fatih Ates, Inci Tuncer, Hatice Turk Dagı P 48A AntiBiOtics sensitivity OF staphylococcus AUREUs FROM BlOOd cultures: icu Hodaj A., Koraqi A., Arapi B., Beqaj A P 49A screening OF AntiBActERiAl And AntiFUnGAl ActivitiEs OF PYROFOMEs demidoffii MUshROOM EXctRActs FROM MAcEdOniA Emilija Ivanova, Natalija Atanasova-Pancevska*, Jane Bogdanov, Mitko Karadelev, Dzoko Kungulovski P 50A decreased susceptibility to clindamycin, ERYthROMYcin And tetracycline OF streptococcus AGAlActiAE isolated FROM vaginal samples Kouskouni Evangelia, Saltaoura Elisavet, Tsouma Iliana, Charalambous Evi, Tsirmpa Ioanna, Gennimata Vassiliki, Baka Stavroula P 51A AntiMicROBiAl susceptibility And virulence GEnE distribution in Υ. EntEROcOliticA strains Petsios S., Fredriksson-Ahomaa M., Syrrou M., Papadopoulou Z., Vlaikou A.-M., Gousia P., Papadopoulou C. P 52A incidence OF BActEREMiA caused BY carbapenem-resistant PAthOGEns And impact OF An infection control BUndlE O. Zarkotou, E. Kousouli, V. Mamali, K. Polimeri, D. Voutsinas, S. Pournaras, A. Tsakris, K. Themeli-Digalaki 3

4 P 53A AntiBiOtic REsistAncE OF UROPAthOGEnic ESCHERICHIA COLI strains isolated FROM diabetic PAtiEnts Oana Mariana Cristea, Carmen Avrămescu, Maria Bălăşoiu,Adriana Turculeanu, Ovidiu Zlatian, Lucica Roşu, Alexandra Floriana Roșu, Andrei Theodor Bălășoiu, Alina Maria Obadă, Mariana Fieraru, Georgiana Camen P 54A REsistAncE PhEnOtYPEs EvOlUtiOn in staphylococcus AUREUs Lia Monica Junie, Jodal Andreea*, Homorodean Daniela* P 55A in vitro EXAMinAtiOn OF AntAGOnistic ActivitY And POtEntiAl synergistic EFFEcts OF BACILLUS sp. lipopeptide EXtRAct And EssEntiAl Oils Tanja Berić, Ivica Dimkić, Tatjana Stević, Ivan Nikolić, Tamara Janakiev, Djordje Fira, Slaviša Stanković P 56A screening OF AntiMicROBiAl ActivitY OF BActERiAl isolates FROM different habitats Ivica Dimkić, Marjan Biočanin, Tamara Stevović, Jelena Lozo, Tanja Berić, Djordje Fira, Slaviša Stanković P 57A inducible clindamycin REsistAncE in STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS community strains in REPUBlic OF MAcEdOniA B. Kakaraskoska Boceska, D. Osmani, B. Petrovska, E. Coneva, S. Cvetkovik, T. Cuculovska, Sh. Memeti P 58A can YOU trust A PEnicillin REPORt FOR GRAM-POsitivE cocci? Biljana CT, Ivanka HPM, Vladimir T P 59A AntiMicROBiAl PROFilE OF MRsA isolates FROM wounds And BlOOd cultures Zaklina Cekovska, A. Kaftandzieva, V. Kotevska, N. Ristovska, G. Jankoska, M. Petrovska, N. Panovski P 60A tuberculosis And drug REsistAncE C. Vragoterova, А. Sumanovska P 61A AntiMicROBiAl REsistAncE And FREQUEncY OF MicROORGAnisMs isolated in intensive care Units PAtiEnts BEtwEEn in A UnivERsitY hospital Emine Kucukates, Nazmi Gultekin P 62A MOdElinG OF MicROAlGAl KinEtics in column tubular PhOtOBiOREActOR system when UsEd high co 2 content in waste GAsEs Alexander Dimitrov Kroumov, Gacheva G. V., Pilarski P.S. P 63A specific REQUiREMEnts And AttEMPt FOR EFFiciEnt industrial APPlicAtiOn OF technologies FOR MicROBiAl PROdUctiOn OF AMinO Acids Alexander Ratkov, Ignat Dimov, Julia Kristeva, Filip Filipov, Rositza Petkova P 64A carbapenem nonsusceptible BlOOdstREAM isolates in A tertiary care hospital in MAnisA, turkey M.Ç Balıkçı, H. Gazi, S. Kurutepe Group B (P1B-P66B) saturday, 24 October P 1B FEtAl FiBROnEctin And cericometry in PAtiEnts At increased RisK FOR PREMAtURE BiRth Teuta Bare, Nikita Manoku P 2B in vitro cholesterol AssiMilAtiOn OF some commercial YOGhURt starter cultures Yusuf Durak, Safiyye Acar, Ahmet Uysal, Erdoğan Güneş, M. Onur Aladağ P 3B UsE OF PlEURAl FlUid MARKERs REsUlts As A diagnostic FOR tuberculosis PlEURAl EFFUsiOn Lira Hakani, Anila Mitre, PhD. P 4B transfusion security in the OltEniA AREA OF ROMAniA EvAlUAtEd BY immunological tests Alexandra Floriana Roșu, Ovidiu Zlatian, Lucica Roșu, Veronica Ghinea, Alina Obadă, Mirela Jianu, Gabriela Iliescu, Daniel Iliuță, Adriana Turculeanu, Maria Bălășoiu, Oana Mariana Cristea P 5B MicROBiOlOGicAl EFFicAcY OF An AlcOhOl-BAsEd disinfectant Cuculovska T., K. Starkoska, Coneva E., Kakaraskoska-Boceska B., Petrovska B., Memeti Sh., Osmani D., Cvetkovic S. 4

5 P 6B MRsA: Old-FAshiOnEd MicROBicidEs REvisEd Zisi A., Exindari M., Siska E., Koliakos G. P 7B characteristics OF iron OXidEs OBtAinEd via laboratory cultivation OF LEPTOTHRIX BActERiA Ralitsa Angelova, Lyubomir Slavov, Michail Iliev, Eddy De Grave, Blagoy Blagoev, Ivan Nedkov, Veneta Groudeva P 8B chemical compounds, AntiOXidAnt And GEnOtOXic POtEntiAl OF BUlGARiAn ROSA ALBA l. EssEntiAl Oil Milka Mileva, Svetla Gateva, Gabriele Jovtchev, Alexander Stankov, Almira Georgieva, Anna Dobreva P 9B silver(i) And GOld(iii) complexes with AROMAtic nitrogen-containing heterocycles: AntiMicROBiAl EvAlUAtiOn Dušan R. Milivojević, Nada D. Savić, Biljana Đ. Glišić, Tatjana Ilić Tomić, Miloš I. Djuran, Branka Vasiljević P 10B inhibitory ActivitY OF BActERiOcin PROdUcEd BY AUtOchthOnOUs strain LACTOCOCCUS LACTIS BGBU1-4 AGAinst LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES Atcc19111 Nemanja Mirkovic, Ana Zivkovic, Milica Mirkovic, Zorica Radulovic, Milan Kojic, Jelena Lozo P 11B AntiBActERiAl ActivitiEs OF MUshROOM EXtRAct AGARICUS BRASELIENSIS wasser On MUltiPlE REsistAnt BActERiAl strains Radanović, O., Savić, B., Glamočlija, J., Ćirić, A., van Griensven, L., Soković, M. P 12B AntiBActERiAl And cytotoxic EFFEct OF EssEntiAl Oil And POstdistillAtiOn waste OF JUNIPERUS INTERMEDIA schur Bojana Jovanović, Biljana Nikolić, Dragana Mitić-Ćulafić, Marina Jovanović, Branka Vuković-Gačić, Jelena Knežević-Vukčević P 13B PROtEctivE ActivitiEs OF Thymus capitatus EssEntiAl Oil AGAinst Escherichia coli And Listeria monocytogenes Biljana Nikolić, Dragana Mitić-Ćulafić, Bojana Jovanović, Marina Jovanović, Ana Džamić, Marina Soković, Petar Marin, Jelena Knežević-Vukčević P 14B BActERiOstAtic EFFEct OF 24-EPiBRAssinOlidE AGAinst ERWINIA AMYLOVORA isolates Hadi Waisi, Milojković Marko, Nataša Stanković Nedeljković, Martina Ormai, Bogdan Nikolić, Popović Tatjana, Vera Raičević P 15B EFFEct OF 24-EPiBRAssinOlidE On hyman PAthOGEn STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Hadi Waisi, Milojković Marko, Nataša Stanković Nedeljković, Martina Ormai, Bogdan Nikolić, Lalević Blažo, Vera Raičević P 16B screening OF AntiBActERiAl PROPERtiEs OF FivE types OF MUshROOM EXtRActs Irina Gjorgievska, Emilija Ivanova, Dzoko Kungulovski, Natalija Atanasova-Pancevska* P 17B comparison OF dimethylsulfoxide, GlYcEROl, And EthYlEnE GlYcOl As cryoprotective AGEnts FOR YEAsts And MOlds Natalija Atanasova-Pancevska*, Elena Sekulovska, Dzoko Kungulovski P 18B the PREsEncE OF the MOdERAtElY halophilic MicROORGAnisMs in MURAl PAintinGs FROM hurezi MOnAstERY, ROMAniA Simona Neagu, Roxana Cojoc, Mădălin Enache, Ioana Gomoiu P 19B RElAtiOnshiP BEtwEEn cold stress And cell AGinG in AntARctic FUnGAl strains BElOnGinG to the GEnUs PEnicilliUM J. Miteva-Staleva, E. Krumova, M. Angelova P 20B halophilic MicROORGAnisMs ABilitY to GROwth On Old PAint church And to convert waste GlYcEROl Mădălin Enache, Roxana Cojoc, Simona Neagu, Ioana Gomoiu P 21B MicROBiOlOGicAl water QUAlitY OF lake OhRid And its tributaries Lence Lokoska, Simon Lokoski P 22B PREsEncE And ABUndAncE OF AEROMOnAs in the water OF lake OhRid And its tributaries Lence Lokoska, Simon Lokoski 5

6 P 23B sanitary condition OF swimming POOls in tirana district, AlBAniA Oltiana Petri; Arben Luzati; Valbona Bara; Besim Agolli; Blerta Kika; Erjona Abazaj, Tomi Petri, Linda Fuga P 24B the study OF tirana RivER s POllUtiOn UsinG BActEROlOGicAl indicators Proko R., Hysko M. P 25B OXA-24 carbapenemase PROdUcER AcinEtOBActER BAUMAnii. A serious OUtBREAK PAthOGEn in intensive care Unit Vasilika Mano, Linda Fuga, Silva Tafaj, Andi Koraqi, Gent Kasmi P 26B the MicROBiOlOGicAl QUAlitY OF drinking-water in the water distribution network in KAMEs And vora-tirana, AlBAniA Tone Sokoli-Imeraj,Enriketa Çela, Gimjan Dokle, Andi Koraqi, Oltiana Petri P 27B AnAEROBic digestion OF wheat straw with MEthAnE PROdUctiOn I. Simeonov, D. Denchev, L. Kabaivanova, V. Hubenov, S. Mihaylova, E. Chorukova P 28B the AnthROPOGEnic impact On water QUAlitY OF the KOlUBARA BAsin in serbia: MicROBiOlOGicAl AnAlYsis And GEnOtOXicitY MOnitORinG Karolina Sunjog, Stoimir Kolarević, Margareta Kračun-Kolarević, Zoran Gačić, Mirjana Lenhardt, Branka Vuković-Gačić P 29B LISTERIA MONOCITOGENES in FOOd samples REsUlts FOR MAcEdOniA 2014 Elizabeta Coneva, B. Kakaraskoska Boceska, S. Cvetkovic., D. Osmani, B. Petrovska, G. Bosevska, G. Kuzmanovska, T. Cuculovska, T. Lekovska Stoicovska P 30B the MicROBiAl QUAlitY OF FOOd PROdUcts in tirana Aida Demo; Silvana Mardhaja; Oltiana Petri P 31B MAKinG UsE OF EGGshEll FlOUR in the FOOd industry Csaba Németh, Péter Radnics, Dávid Láng, Adrienn Tóth, Gábor Jónás, Ildikó Zeke P 32B AnAEROBic FERMEntAtiOn OF cow MAnURE with the UsAGE OF GRAnUlAtEd MicROORGAnisMs Ivan Kungulovski*, Vice Soljan, Natalija Atanasova-Pancevska, Dzoko Kungulovski P 33B the incidence OF neck And UPPER EXtREMitY MUscUlOsKElEtAl symptoms in MicROscOPE UsERs Karvelas A., Kantari M., Vafeiadou-Tsolakidou F., Gioka Th., Kampouromiti G., Grapsa A., Panopoulou M., Zisimopoulos A., Konstantinidis T.C. P 34B hbv KnOwlEdGE, AttitUdEs And vaccination coverage OF healthcare workers in UnivERsitY GEnERAl hospital Karvelas A., Karakiriou S., Lemonakis N., Chatziioannidou E., Konstantinidis Th., Tsigalou C., Zisimopoulos A., Ventouri S. P 35B hospital AcQUiREd infections OUtBREAKs caused BY hand hygiene neglected PitFAlls Irina Codita, Carmina-Elena Dragulescu, Codruța-Romanița Usein, Ileana-Luminita Coldea, Brandusa-Elena Lixandru, Sorin Dinu, Mariana Buzea, Cătălina Zorescu, Roxana Ioana Șerban P 36B RElAtiOn OF PARiEtAl cell AntiBOdiEs with Anti-thYROid AntiBOdiEs And diabetes MEllitUs. correlation with AUtOiMMUnE POlYGlAndUlAR syndrome? A. Kallinteri, E. Nita, P. Karagianni, E. Pelechas, G. Chasiotis, H. Sakkas, S. Levidiotou P 37B implications OF interleukins in liver FiBROsis And sustained virological REsPOnsE in PAtiEnts with viral hepatitis c Alexandra Floriana Roşu, Oana Mariana Cristea, Maria Bălăşoiu, Ovidiu Zlatian, Alina Maria Obadă, Lucica Roşu, Mihai Ioana, Simona Șoșoi, Tudorel Ciurea P 38B FUnGAl strains FROM GEnUs TRAMETES As PROMisinG tools FOR degrading OF AGRicUltURAl wastes E. Krumova, J. Miteva-Staleva, N. Kostadinova, R. Abrashev, V. Dishlijska, B. Spasova, M. Angelova P 39B PREtREAtMEnt OF wheat straw BY wood-degrading FUnGi FOR improvement OF BiOFUEl PROdUctiOn E. Krumova, N. Kostadinova, J. Miteva-Staleva, E. Savino, C. Girometta, R. Abrashev, M. Angelova 6

7 P 40B candida species infections in A tertiary- care hospital: PREliMinARY data A. Lanta, Z. Tegou, G. Kagkalou, S. Varlamis, P. Dimitriadis, E. Protonotariou, O. Vasilaki, S. Metallidis, L. Skoura P 41B investigation OF ACANTHAMOEBA SPP. PREvAlAncE in cases with suspicious corneal PAthOlOGY And EncEPhAlOPAthY And in healty contact lens UsERs Dagci H, Erdogan DD, Selvi N, Palamar M, Guler A, Ozel B, Celebisoy N, Gunduz C P 42B candida colonization And candida colonization index OF hospitalized PAtiEnts in the intesive care Unit N. Gjylameti, A. Koraqi, DH. Kraja, E Mjekaj P 43B BiOlOGicAl control OF FUnGAl infections FROM the FRUit OF hawthorn (Crataegus oxycantha l.) Tatjana Stević, Dejan Godjevac, Snežana Pavlović, Ivica Dimkić, Gordana Zdunić, Katarina Šavikin P 44B PREvAlEncE OF GiARdiAsis in AsYMtOMAtic indivudals Nataša Miladinović Tasić, Aleksandar Tasić, Dragan Zdravković, Aleksandra Ignjatović, Nikola Đorđević P 45B OnYchOMYcOsis in the GERiAtRic POPUlAtiOn Turan Gunduz, Kamer Gunduz, Kenan Değerli, Mehmet Emin Limoncu P 46B serological detection OF STRONGYLOIDES STERCORALIS infection in immunosupressed PAtiEnts: hacettepe EXPERiEncE Filiz Kaya, A.İhsan Ertenli, A.Çağkan İnkaya, Osman Abbasoğlu, Sercan Aksoy, Yakut Akyön, Sibel Ergüven P 47B OnYchOMYcOsis with EPidERMOPhYtOn case REPORt Danica Cvetkovikj, Vaja Brankovikj, Ana Momirovska, Maja Todorovska, Kosta Cvetkovikj P 48B PREvAlEncE OF intestinal PARAsitic diseases in the city OF tirana Blegina Arapi, Andi Koraqi Age Hodaj, Blerta Kika, Denada Lacej P 49B KinEtics OF viral load OF hepatitis c during treatment Brunlida Hysaj; Lila Shundi; Ela Ali; Erjona Abazaj; Oltiana Petri; Tefta Rexha; Silva Bino P 50B the PREdictivE FActORs in the REsPOnsE to AntiviRAl therapy in chronic hepatitis c Alice Gaman, Anca Ungureanu, Adriana Turculeanu, A.I. Drocaș, M.Dobritoiu, C. Vasile P 51B hemodialysis As PREdisPOsinG FActOR FOR viral hepatitis B And c Alexandra Floriana Roșu, Ovidiu Zlatian, Lucica Roșu, Veronica Ghinea, Alina Obadă, Mirela Jianu, Cristina Văduva, Daniel Iliuță, Adriana Turculeanu, Maria Bălășoiu, Oana Mariana Cristea P 52B innovirology: the network OF EUROPEAn teachers/trainers OF virology D. Radin, E. Gómez-Lucía, A. Dolei, R. Lavigne, S. LePoder, C. Logue, M. Szyndel, B. Wölk P 53B hiv subtypes in newly diagnosed PAtiEnts in ROMAniA Claudia Dita, Aura Temereanca, Cristiana Oprea, Camelia Sultana, Adelina Rosca, Ana-Maria Schweitzer, Simona Ruta P 54B PREvAlEncE OF human POlYOMAviRUs (BK virus) in KidnEY transplant REciPiEnts in AlBAniA Lacej Denada, Ass. Prof. Koraqi Andi, Dibra Marinela, Ass. Prof. Idrizi Alma, Prof. Koroshi Alketa, Prof.Fuga Linda P 55B diagnosis OF crimean-congo hemorragic FEvER in AlBAniA Kota M, Papa A, Robo A, Erindi E, Velo E, Como N, Kraja Dh, Ndreu A, Bino S P 56B hepatitis B And c infections in PAtiEnts with End stage REnAl disease in tirana UnivERsitY hospital center Marinela Dibra, Denada Lacej, Blegina Arap i, Andi Koraqi P 57B virological And hepatic drug MEtABOlisM study On combinations OF OsEltAMiviR And some BiOlOGicAl REsPOnsE MOdiFiERs AGAinst influenza virus A/h3n2 in MicE Lora Simeonova, Galina Gegova, Kirilka Todorova, Elitsa Pavlova, Lyubka Tancheva P 58B characterization OF GEnOMic changes in the cervical PRE-cAncEROUs lesions And tumors, induced BY different types OF human PAPillOMAviRUsEs Petar Grozdanov, Ivanka Dimova, Savina Hadjidekova, Draga Toncheva, Gancho Ganchev, Victor Zlatkov, Angel S. Galabov 7

8 P 59B MOlEcUlAR AnAlYsis And AntiviRAl susceptibility OF influenza circulating variants in northern GREEcE, Melidou A, Exindari M, Gioula G, Malisiovas N P 60B EPidEMiOlOGY And severity OF influenza in n. GREEcE, Exindari M, Melidou A, Gioula G, Malisiovas N P 61B influenza continuous challenge G. Bosevska, Sh. Memeti, G. Kuzmanovska, E. Jancheska, E. Shakiri, S.Duvlis, E. Coneva, K.Stavridis, V. Mikik P 62B seroprevalence OF hepatitis B, hepatitis c And hiv AMOnG non-injecting drug UsERs AdMittEd to EGE UnivERsitY hospital Fatma Kamer Varıcı Balcı, İmre Altuğlu, A. Ender Altıntoprak, Ayşin Zeytinoğlu Türkeş P 63B RicKEtsiAE, AnAPlAsMA And crimean-congo hemorrhagic FEvER virus in ticks, GREEcE A. Papa, K. Tsioka, A. Kontana, V. Papanikolopoulou, N. Giadinis P 64B MUltiPlE ORGAn histology changes in influenza infection in MicE Adriana Dimitrova, Dimo Krastev, Milka Mileva, Angel S. Galabov P 65B EPidEMiOlOGY OF human cystic EchinOcOccOsis in MAnİsA,tURKEY Ülgen Zeki OK P 66B MicROBiOlOGicAl QUAlitY And the sava RivER the whole RivER survey Stoimir Kolarević, Margareta Kračun-Kolarević, Jovana Kostić, Zoran Gačić, Momir Paunović, Branka Vuković-Gačić 8

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