Salmonella gastroenteritis

Salmonella gastroenteritis

a type of gastroenteritis caused by species of Salmonella. Species causing this in humans include S. choleraesuis and S. enteritidis and usually enter the body in contaminated food. Symptoms include inflammation of the mucosa, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and bloody diarrhea. A more virulent form can occur in immunocompromised patients, sometimes resulting in septicemia.
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Salmonella gastroenteritis outbreak among workers from a tertiary care hospital in Mexico City.
Multiple-serotype Salmonella gastroenteritis outbreak after a reception--Connecticut, 2009.
Antimicrobial agents should not be used routinely to treat uncomplicated nontyphoidal salmonella gastroenteritis.
Bacteremia (10 cases), urinary tract infection (7 cases), bacterial meningitis (5 cases), and salmonella gastroenteritis (1 case) were among the missed cases.
There were two cases of Salmonella septic arthritis and one of Salmonella gastroenteritis, all in patients receiving etanercept, Dr.
Two weeks prior to his referral, the patient had experienced a myocardial infarction, which was complicated by pneumonia and salmonella gastroenteritis.
About five years ago, Standaert investigated an outbreak of salmonella gastroenteritis at a 250-bed nursing home in rural Tennessee.
The acute symptoms of Salmonella gastroenteritis include the sudden onset of nausea, abdominal cramping, and bloody diarrhea with mucous.
Nosocomial transmission of Salmonella gastroenteritis to laundry workers in a nursing home.
A meta-analysis of antimicrobial therapy for uncomplicated nontyphoidal salmonella gastroenteritis found no decrease in length of illness, increased risk for relapse, increased risk for positive culture after 3 weeks, and increased risk for adverse drug reaction (Cochrane Database Syst.

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