Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, June 19th, 2001
S.K. Saha and associates found that infants and young children there were most likely to be affected by typhoid and that bacterial burden was inversely proportional to age.
In their prospective study of patients presenting to a large private diagnostic center in Bangladesh over a 16-month period, they identified 538 bacterial pathogens in 4,650 blood samples, of which 72.7% were Salmonella typhi, for a total incidence of...
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