faecal excretion of entero-pathogens in a pakistani family returning to the u.k. after a visit to rawalpindi.the family consisted of two parents and five children. while the father remained in cardiff, the mother and all the children visited rawalpindi, pakistan, for 6 weeks to stay with relatives. travel was by flight from heathrow airport to pakistan and by a short road journey to rawalpindi. mrs m. - the mother - as a guest, did no cooking on the holiday. the house which they were living in had a piped water supply, thought to be treated. there was no flush toilet but a commode was available and was ...19807005329
flies and water as reservoirs for bacterial enteropathogens in urban and rural areas in and around lahore, pakistan.the study was conducted to isolate and characterize campylobacter, enterotoxigenic escherichia coli-labile toxin (etec-lt), shigella and salmonella in flies and water. the material for the study, flies (n = 300) and water samples (n = 148), was collected from different localities in and around lahore, pakistan. cultivation of the samples was performed on conventional standard media. membrane filtration technique was used for water prior to culture. determination of etec-lt was done by gm1 elisa. ...19947995353
early child health in lahore, pakistan: viii. microbiology.the causative agents of acute diarrhoea were investigated in children under the age of five years from 1985-1991 in three socio-economically different areas in lahore, pakistan. the aim was to determine the frequencies of the most common enteropathogens in faeces. the total isolation rate was 73.4%; two thirds (53.5%) were of bacterial and one third (19.9%) of viral origin. etec-lt (23.4%), rota virus (19.9%), epec (15%) and campylobacter (12%) were the single most frequent pathogens in all age ...19938219470
occurrence and susceptibility to antibiotics of shigella species in stools of hospitalized children with bloody diarrhea in pakistan.the aim of the present investigation was to study the frequency of shigella spp. in patients with bloody diarrhea in pakistan and the susceptibility of isolated shigella to three antibiotics: ampicillin, cotrimoxazole and nalidixic acid. in addition, the frequency of campylobacter and salmonella was also determined. stool samples (n = 152) were collected from 152 diarrheic children less than six years of age passing blood and mucus in their stools who were admitted to paediatric department of ma ...19989660467
frequency of campylobacter jejuni in diarrhoea/dysentery in children in rawalpindi and determine the frequency of campylobacter jejuni infection in children suffering from diarrhoea/dysentery in the department of microbiology, army medical college and military hospital, rawalpindi, from 29 august 2002 to 29 november 2002.200314738256
prevalence of campylobacter species in meat, milk and other food commodities in pakistan.a surveillance study was carried out to determine the prevalence of campylobacter in meat, milk and other food commodities in pakistan. over a period of 3 years (january 2002-december 2004), a total of 1636 food samples of meat, milk and other food commodities were procured from three big cities of pakistan (faisalabad, lahore and islamabad) and were analysed. among meat samples, the highest prevalence (48%) of campylobacter was recorded in raw chicken meat followed by raw beef (10.9%) and raw m ...200717188200
accuracy of non-invasive 13c-urea breath test compared to invasive tests for helicobacter pylori compare the sensitivity, specificity and positive predictive value (ppv) of histology, campylobacter-like organism (clo) test, culture and 13c-urea breath test (ubt) for the diagnosis of helicobacter pylori infection.200717288853
Displaying items 1 - 7 of 7