An estimated incidence of enteric
fever is 110 cases/100000 population, in South Asia which is the third highest incidence rate for any region.
KEYWORDS: Children, Complications, Enteric
A respiration-metabolism chamber system was used to measure enteric
C[H.sub.4] and CO2 production , and a gas flow meter (GFM57, Aalborg Instruments & Controls Inc., Orangeburg, NY, USA) and a sample pump (Columbus Instruments, Columbus, OH, USA) were used to collect inlet and outlet gas samples.
Duplications Presenting as Antenatally Detected Abdominal Cysts: Is Delayed Resection Appropriate?" Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
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.
Increasing demand for rapid diagnosis in order to treat diseases such as cholera, and other diarrheal diseases, rise in the aging population accompanied with unhygienic living conditions and growing application of medical testing for enteric
diseases are expected to drive the market over the forecast period.
Antimicrobial agents are the mainstay of therapy in enteric
fever so as to prevent the complications associated with severe illness and death of the patients .
Final histopathological diagnosis of an enteric
duplication cyst with ectopic pancreatic rest was suggested.
These data showed that these neoplastic cells had enteric
To differentiate between the cyst and an enteric
duplication and to determine whether the intra-cystic debris was a hemorrhage, an abdominal MRI was performed on day 16 of life.
EDCs are congenital enteric
malformations with a cystic appearance, a well-developed coat of smooth muscle, and an epithelial lining representing some portion of the intestinal tract mucosa .
fever is a severe systemic and febrile illness, caused by Salmonella enterica serovars Typhi and Paratyphi .