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Enteropathogens associated with acute and persistent diarrhea in Bangladeshi children less than 5 years of age

The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Oct 1, 1992

A H BaquiA K Siddique

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A longitudinal study of diarrhea was carried out from May 1988 to April 1989 by household surveillance of 705 children less than 5 years old in rural Bangladesh. Stool samples were examined for enteric pathogens at the beginning of each diarrheal episode. For persistent episodes, stool ...read more

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Enteropathogens associated with acute and persistent diarrhea in Bangladeshi children less than 5 years of age

The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Oct 1, 1992

A H BaquiA K Siddique

PMID: 1527413

DOI: 10.1093/infdis/166.4.792

Abstract

A longitudinal study of diarrhea was carried out from May 1988 to April 1989 by household surveillance of 705 children less than 5 years old in rural Bangladesh. Stool samples were examined for enteric pathogens at the beginning of each diarrheal episode. For persistent episodes, stool ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Longitudinal Studies
Pathogenic Organism
Acute Diarrhea
Diarrhea Persistent
Diffusely Adherent Escherichia coli
Longitudinal Survey
Persistent Infection
Rotavirus
Feces
Rotavirus, live, tetravalent vaccine

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