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Efficacy of antimicrobial treatment in non-dysenteric persistent diarrhoea in a community setting

Acta Paediatrica

Nov 1, 1996

R BahlA Bagati

PMID: 8955454

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To determine the efficacy of antimicrobial treatment in non-dysenteric persistent diarrhoea in a community setting. In this double-blind field trial, 156 children aged 4-36 months with persistent diarrhoea not associated with Giardia lamblia infestation seeking treatment in a community ...read more

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Giardia lamblia
Nalidixic Acid
Antitrichomonal Agents
Polychemotherapy
Feces
Infantile Diarrhea
Outpatients
Microbicides
Infestation
Parasitic Diseases
Paper Details
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Efficacy of antimicrobial treatment in non-dysenteric persistent diarrhoea in a community setting

Acta Paediatrica

Nov 1, 1996

R BahlA Bagati

PMID: 8955454

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Abstract

To determine the efficacy of antimicrobial treatment in non-dysenteric persistent diarrhoea in a community setting. In this double-blind field trial, 156 children aged 4-36 months with persistent diarrhoea not associated with Giardia lamblia infestation seeking treatment in a community ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Giardia lamblia
Nalidixic Acid
Antitrichomonal Agents
Polychemotherapy
Feces
Infantile Diarrhea
Outpatients
Microbicides
Infestation
Parasitic Diseases

Feeds With Similar Papers

Giardiasis

Giardia is caused by Giardia lamblia, a parasite that colonizes the small intestine and is transmitted via the fecal-oral route. Find the latest research on giardiasis here.

Giardiasis (ASM)

Giardia is caused by Giardia lamblia, a parasite that colonizes the small intestine and is transmitted via the fecal-oral route. Find the latest research on giardiasis here.

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Acta Paediatrica. Supplement

Oral gentamicin is not effective treatment for persistent diarrhea

Acta Paediatrica. SupplementSeptember 1, 1992
A V BartlettJ R Cruz
Paper Details
References
  • References11
  • Citations3
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