enteric fever


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en·ter·ic fe·ver

1. Synonym(s): typhoid fever
2. the group of typhoid and paratyphoid fevers.

enteric fever

n.
Typhoid fever or paratyphoid fever.

enteric fever

A nonspecific term for typhoid and paratyphoid gastroenteritides which are accompanied by fever.

en·ter·ic fe·ver

(en-ter'ik fē'vĕr)
1. Synonym(s): typhoid fever.
2. The group of typhoid and paratyphoid fevers.

enteric fever

See TYPHOID.

Enteric fever

A term that is sometimes used for either typhoid or paratyphoid fever.
Mentioned in: Paratyphoid Fever
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Febrile children <12 years of age diagnosed as enteric fever by blood culture, have been included in the study.
Comparative study of efficacy of cefuroxime and ceftriaxone in enteric fever.IOSR J Dent Med Sci 2015; 14: 27-32.
Enteric fever imported to the Czech Republic: epidemiology, clinical characteristics and antimicrobial susceptibility.
Conclusion: Enteric fever is causing our children to suffer by its numerous perplexing and fatal complications.
In our study, among clinically suspected 100 enteric fever cases 32 cases were both blood culture and Widal test negative.
In malaria however, no pathognomonic signs and symptoms exist, and the very classical signs and symptoms that suggest malaria also suggest other conditions such as enteric fever, urinary tract infections (UTI), respiratory tract infections, etc.
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He lived at Rutherford House, Thornhill Road in Huddersfield and had previously been invalided home with enteric fever.
Results for all 31 were negative for malaria and dengue; the Widal test of serum samples for enteric fever from 1 student and 2 local residents showed high antibody titers against Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi.
This study was designed to investigate the safety and efficacy of CSE-1034 in department (IPD) inpatients with mild to severe bacterial infections including lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI), urinary tract infection (UTI), bacterial meningitis, bone & joint infection, bacterial sepsis, surgical infection, skin and soft tissue infections and enteric fever. A total of 2500 patients were recruited from 17 medical centers across India from September 2011 to July 2015, and treatment was based on the decision of the physician.