gastrointestinal

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of or relating to the stomach and intestines

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Taken together with suggestions for how to improve the questionnaire and letter, using a LRE system to monitor a widespread mostly low-morbidity gastroenteric illness can be an effective public health strategy.
In one of the studies during vector borne surveillance at tsunami hit coastal villages of southern India, Balraman et al (2) feared the risk of outbreak of vector borne diseases as the presence of flies possibly may lead to transmission of gastroenteric diseases.
Coliforms as well as bacteria responsible for gastroenteric diseases and acute diarrheas have been found in the southern and western parts of the city, with the highest contamination in the center of the Mexico City.
The most common complication following DS is bowel obstruction, the majority of such cases are caused by anastomotic stenosis at the gastroenteric anastomosis or in the gastric body.
2] breath tests, the UBT can be used for the diagnosis of gastroenteric diseases.
Scientists at the Gastroenteric Disease Center at Pennsylvania State University, one of only two laboratories in the country that routinely performs typing of E.
The study says that epidemiological data suggest that contaminated chicken not only accounts for roughly 48 percent of gastroenteric disease in the U.
Normally, SPINK1 is expressed only in gastroenteric organs such as the pancreas.
In Brazil, HCoSV was also detected in an HIV-positive adult patient with acute gastroenteritis, and [approximately equal to] 75% of symptomatic HCoSV-positive patients were co-infected with other gastroenteric viruses.
2]), ozone, and carbon monoxide (CO)] and emergency room visits for wheezing and gastroenteric illness (acute enteric disease with diarrhea and vomiting) in children 0--2 years of age from six Italian cities.
Tiamulin (respiratory and gastroenteric diseases in pigs) sales grew and the recently acquired vaccine business performed very well.
This unique dual action of AMRI's partial agonist is anticipated to normalize gastroenteric function but avoid severe constipation or bowel ischemia.
In the Netherlands, the laboratory surveillance network for gastroenteric pathogens was started in 1987 and now consists of 15 regional public health laboratories.
Few studies examined associations between air pollution and emergency room (ER) visits for wheezing, and even fewer for gastroenteric illness.
The effects can range from a relatively mild (self-limiting) gastroenteric infection to severe conditions requiring immediate medical attention and, in some cases, even death.