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Synonyms for enteric

of or relating to the enteron


of or relating to or inside the intestines

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Following the launch of the BD MAX extended enteric bacterial panel, the majority of pathogens causing acute gastroenteritis leading to hospitalisation can be detected rapidly and accurately on the fully automated BD MAX molecular platform, added the company.
Enteric fever is a major infectious disease occurring at high fluctuating incidences in tertiary care center in Koshi Region (Northern Bihar), Lord Buddha Koshi Medical College (Northern Bihar).
1 They can be classified into one of the three categories: bronchogenic, intramural oesophageal or enteric.
To assess--a) Proportion of culture positive enteric fever cases among children aged 6 months to 18 years, admitted with fever of [greater than or equal to] 3 days in a tertiary care hospital; b) Their clinical and laboratory profile; c) Culture sensitivity pattern, d) Response to antibiotics and e) Complications.
According to database of Bill and Melinda Gate Foundation, enteric diseases were responsible for about 500,000 deaths each year and these are anticipated to increase further.
Following a rigorous performance approval process focused on sensitivity, specificity, reproducibility and stability, the Enteric Viral Detection has now received full regulatory approval in Australia from The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).
Conclusion: TUBEX(r) TF with its low sensitivity and positive predictive value was a poor tool for diagnosing enteric fever.
Visit the Enteric Disease Testing Market - Global Bacterial, Viral and Parasitic Diseases Analysis and Forecast 2013-2020 report at http://www.
6] This study assessed the sanitary conditions and the incidence of the enteric parasitic infections among school children on gender bias in the selected schools of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India.
One roadblock to studying enteric pathogens like human rotaviruses and E.
Because of its high pH, Cary-Blair is the medium of choice for transport and preservation of enteric bacteria.
However no single method by now is available by which enteric CH4 can 100% be abated.
Enteric fever caused by Salmonella enterica serotypes Typhi and Paratyphi A, B, and C is mainly a disease of the developing world, and it is occasionally diagnosed as an imported disease in countries where the disease is not endemic (1).
Objective: To determine the sensitivit y of salmonella serot ypes to antibiotics in patients with enteric fever.