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etiological study of diarrheal patients in vientiane, lao people's democratic republic.the etiological agents of diarrhea in vientiane, lao people's democratic republic (lao pdr), were studied in the period from october 1996 to august 1997. a total of 880 patients with diarrhea visiting medical facilities were examined for shigella, salmonella, diarrheagenic escherichia coli, vibrio, aeromonas, campylobacter, and rotavirus. shigella spp., heat-stable enterotoxin (st)-producing e. coli, and serogroup-based enteropathogenic e. coli were found to be the main organisms causing diarrhe ...19989665990
the seasonal variation in the microbial agents implicated in the etiology of diarrheal diseases among children in lao people's democratic republic.during 1994-1995, the etiological structure of children's diarrhea was monitored in outpatients at mahosot hospital, vientiane, lao pdr. of the 191 children studied, 42% had stool specimens positive for enteropathogens; 22% had rotavirus, 21.5% enteropathogenic e. coli, 4.7% shigella flexneri, 2.9% campylobacter jejuni, 2.1% shigella sonnei, and 0.5% each of giardia intestinalis and entamoeba histolytica. no vibrio cholerae and salmonella spp. was detected in this monitoring. in children under f ...199910774703
prevalence of campylobacter spp. in slaughtered cattle and buffaloes in vientiane, lao people's democratic republic.this is the first report regarding isolation of campylobacter in caecum and bile samples obtained from ruminants in vientiane, lao pdr. campylobacter was isolated from 3 (1.6%) of the 184 caecum samples and 1 (1.0%) of the 100 bile samples obtained from buffaloes. three of the 4 isolates were determined to be c. jejuni, which was detected in 2 caecum samples and 1 bile sample; the other caecum sample contained c. fetus. campylobacter was not isolated from any of the 82 cattle caecum samples. our ...200717827896
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