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Diarreas Bacterianas

“Foodborne bacterial diarrhea is an emerging health threat that is attributable to the increased consumption of fresh vegetables and fruits, the challenges associated with producing large quantities of inexpensive foods, the increasing importation of foods from developing regions, and the growing pattern of consumption of foods in public restaurants.1 Of the more than 5.2 million cases of bacterial diarrhea that occur each year in the United States, 80% are a result of foodborne transmission.2 Person to-person spread occurs if only a small amount of a pathogen is required for infection; these pathogens include shigella, Shiga toxin–producing Escherichia coli, and protozoal and viral agents.”

Bacterial Diarrhea duPont, Herbert L. at : n engl j med 361;16  nejm.org  october 15, 2009

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29 mayo, 2010 at 23:18 Deja un comentario

Enfermedades del Viajero (ingles)

“Between 20 and 70 percent of the 50 million people who travel from the industrialized world to the developing world each year report some illness associated with their travel.”

illness after international travel: E. Ryan, M. Wilson, K. Kain : N Engl J Med, Vol. 347, No. 7 · August 15, 2002


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