bacterial enteritis

bacterial enteritis

inflammation of the intestine caused by bacterial infection; the most common types in humans are Campylobacter enteritis, Salmonella enteritis, Shigella enteritis, and Yersinia enteritis.
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Her initial diagnosis was with bacterial enteritis, and she was sent home with an order for stool cultures and oral ciprofloxacin to be started after stool collection.
Birds with a subsequent diagnosis of bacterial enteritis or egg peritonitis were treated with systemic antibiotics based on results from culture and sensitivity testing.
Most children with a serious bacterial infection were correctly identified by the decision tree: 2 patients with local infections (streptococcal tonsillitis-1, adenitis-1), 1 child with scarlet fever and 1 with bacterial enteritis were misclassified as PFAPA; 1 case of pyelonephritis was misclassified as a viral infection.
All the pet dogs were vaccinated for various diseases including for viral enteritis but none was vaccinated for bacterial enteritis.
It is one of the most common agents of bacterial enteritis in Europe, with a rising incidence both in Europe and in the United States (USA) (2).
Bacterial enteritis, implicated in some prolapses, can also be caused by poor diet and husbandry.
Because hypochlorhydria is associated with bacterial enteric infections, bacterial enteritis is a theoretical risk of long-term PPI use.
The patient was then given a diagnosis of bacterial enteritis and received intravenous azithromycin and latamoxef.
infection is the leading cause of bacterial enteritis worldwide.
In the 1980s, the introduction of fluoroquinolones, which are effective against most major pathogens causing bacterial enteritis, offered a new approach to antibiotic intervention (6).