Bacterial Diarrheal Diseases by M. H. Merson (auth.), Y. Takeda, T. Miwatani (eds.)

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Clinically there were no differences between individuals infected with ETEC which produced LT and ST, LT alone, or ST alone. ETEC infections were more common in April, May, and June (the hot dry season) at both the hospital and the village. Ol). Overall 84 percent of 136 LTST ETEC, 50 percent of 86 LT ETEC, and 54 percent of 134 ST ETEC were resistant to two or more antibiotics. 005) supporting the etiologic importance of ETEC as a cause of diarrhea. LTST ETEC were only isolated from inhabitants with diarrhea, LT ETEC were isolated from 6/132 with diarrhea vs 2/120 household controls while ST ETEC were found in 6/132 with diarrhea vs 11120 controls.

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