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Scientists believe they would have been used to treat gastrointestinal complaints suffered by sailors such as dysentery and diarrhoea.
The spread of resistance to cholera and to a potentially untreatable strain of dysentery is also a cause for extreme concern.
However, complaints include not only dysentery, but also panic and asthma attacks triggered by the floods.
According to Ranendra Bikram KC, a health official, they have the symptoms of dysentery, diarrhoea, indigestion and fever.
As a result and also because of regular monsoon season floods, when suitable drinking or water for cooking is not available, gastrointestinal disorders, particularly in the form of diarrhea and dysentery are endemic throughout Bangladesh.
The adenovirus causes common childhood respiratory ailments, conjunctivitis, and enteric dysentery, the leading cause of infant mortality in Third World countries.
Even in regions of the world where the organism abounds, amoebic dysentery accounts for fewer than 1 percent of the cases of traveler's diarrhea.
Through its innovative micro-franchising network of 64 independently owned and operated child and family wellness health outlets in Kenya, SHEF targets the most common killer diseases including malaria, respiratory infections and dysentery.
A NEWLY-wed couple are suing a travel firm after the groom was struck down with severe dysentery on their Caribbean honeymoon.
With no sewers or plumbing system, waterborne diseases such as typhus, smallpox, dysentery and cholera quickly spread through cities, according to PlumbingWorld.
The symptoms included high fever, severe headache, vertigo, black tongue, dark urine, dysentery, severe abdominal and thoracic pain, large nodules behind the ears that often invaded the neck and face, acute neurologic disorders, and profuse bleeding from the nose, eyes, and mouth with death frequently occurring in 3 to 4 days.
The councils maintain this would increase the spread of infectious diseases, including dysentery and hepatitis.
They're suffering from constant sickness and dysentery.
Pests have been known to transmit 15 major and hundreds of other disease- causing organisms from salmonella and dysentery to trichinosis and the plague.
Cockroaches can exacerbate asthma symptoms and flies can pass along a whole host of diseases, including typhoid, cholera, and dysentery.