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Transient, asymptomatic colonisation of newborn, ethiopian infants by salmonella

Transient, asymptomatic colonisation of newborn, ethiopian infants by salmonella,10.1007/BF01780767,Infection,R. Bennet,M. Eriksson,C. E. Nord,N. Tafa

Transient, asymptomatic colonisation of newborn, ethiopian infants by salmonella   (Citations: 2)
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Summary We performed faecal cultures from 71 Addis Ababa infants.Salmonella spp. were found in 12 of 61 hospitalised infants. None had diarrhoea. Colonisation was most common (8/21) during the second week of life. There was no correlation to mode of delivery, breast feeding, type of ward or antibiotic treatment in this small sample.
Journal: Infection , vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 49-50, 1994
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