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age distribution of diarrhoeal and healthy children infected with campylobacter jejuni.the prevalence of infection with campylobacter jejuni in diarrhoeal and healthy children (age less than 7 years old) was investigated from 1 march to 31 may 1988 in chengdu city, china. the isolation rate in diarrhoeal children (11.88%) was higher than in healthy children (4.62%) (p less than 0.005). in both diarrhoeal and healthy children, infants (less than 12 months of age) had lower rates of infection than older children (p less than 0.005 and p less than 0.05 respectively). the frequency of ...19921597881
[survey of campylobacter jejuni/coli infection and risk factors in children].from march to may 1987, 798 children under 7 years of the outpatients in chengdu district were examined and their stool samples cultured for campylobacter jejuni/coli. c. jejuni/coli was isolated from 31 (9.51%) of 326 children with diarrhea and 22 (4.66%) of 472 children with non-diarrhea. the difference was significant (p less than 0.05). this result indicated that c. jejuni/coli is an important pathogen of children diarrhea in chengdu district. meanwhile, by inquiry we investigated risk facto ...19892793148
[epidemiological investigation of campylobacter jejuni infection in children].epidemiological studies on campylobacter jejuni infection in children were carried out in chengdu during december 1987 to october 1989. detection rate of campylobacter in 1,092 children with diarrhea was 11.36%, with the highest in children aged 1-2 and the lowest in babies within six months. campylobacter jejuni could be detected in young children with acute diarrhea all the year round, with a higher detection rate in the spring and summer and lower in the autumn and winter. campylobacter jejun ...19957648948
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