Since 2010, FoodNet has been tracking the increasing use of cultureCEindependent diagnostic tests instead of culture by clinical laboratories for diagnosis of some bacterial enteric infection
Men who have sex with men (MSM) are known to be at risk for transmission of enteric infection
meets intestinal function: how bacterial pathogens cause diarrhoea.
Common NTDs are Ascariasis, Trichuriasis, Hookworm, Schistosomiasis, Onchocerciasis, Sleeping Sickness, Trachoma and Enteric Infection
GBS in Bangladesh is frequently preceded by an enteric infection
caused by Campylobacter jejuni (3).
However, the long-term population-based extent of sequelae from prior enteric infection
has remained unclear because previous studies have not adjusted for confounding variables, follow-up was short-term (8), evaluations were taken when populations were exposed to an outbreak of water-borne disease (8,14), and adverse events were either identified by self-reporting (8,14) or compared with expected, but not measured, rates of events in the general population (15).
Thus, we presume that SAFV is only a gastroenteric passenger because most picornaviruses are associated with enteric infection
and with a known fecal-oral route of transmission.
An episode of acute enteric infection
involving extraintestinal organs can also lead to complications and trigger chronic disease.
In 1 case, a bacteremia with an enteric infection
Since 2010, FoodNet has been tracking the increasing use of cultureindependent diagnostic tests used by clinical laboratories for diagnosis of bacterial enteric infection
On the other hand, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) has made enteric infection
diagnosis easy and fast.
According to a recent report of PCRWR, the incidences of typhoid fever, bacillary sysentery, infectious hepatitis and other enteric infection
in many countries may be transmitted through water.