[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
[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
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
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