shigellosis


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an acute infection of the intestine by shigella bacteria

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Shigellosis, also known as Shigella Sonnei, is caused by shigella bacteria that infect the gut, causing diarrhoea (often watery or slimy and sometimes bloody), fever, stomach cramps and sometimes vomiting.
Currently there are no vaccines available for shigellosis due to their large dependence on the prevailing species and serotypes, as only serotype specific immunity has been demonstrated in humans.
Of the 683 shigellosis case-patients, 183 (27%) had diagnosed HIV infection.
Inoculum size in shigellosis and implications for expected mode of transmission.
But the emergence and dissemination of multidrug-resistant strains of Shigella has complicated the therapeutic management of cases of shigellosis, especially when the target population is profoundly immunocompromised.
According to Carl Zimmer in "A Planet of Viruses," d'Herelle made this breakthrough while studying an outbreak of Shigellosis among French soldiers.
Identification of diarrheagenic Escherichia coli disease, shigellosis, and EIEC causative agent by culture can take days to weeks.
A: There are a variety of infections associated with floods but most of them, such as typhoid fever, salmonellosis, shigellosis, hepatitis A, and cholera occur when people ingest food and water that have been contaminated by floodwaters.
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Shigellosis, in the past, was quite different from the current scenario.
574-582), used new laboratory data, together with simulation techniques, to compare the ability of non-antibacterial and antibacterial products to reduce the risk of the infectious disease shigellosis, which is often spread during food preparation.
Laboratory-confirmed shigellosis in the United States, 1989-2002: epidemiologic trends and patterns.
to fatal diseases like cholera, heatstroke, typhoid, gastroenteritis, shigellosis, mumps and hepatitis.