Jeanne-Marie Noël

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A review of the hospital charts for 788 patients treated in 19 public and private clinics in Cameroon showed that clinical follow-up visits, biologic follow-up visits, and drug supply were irregular and that many patients interrupted treatment. Virological and immunologic effectiveness of therapy was as expected in patients for whom results were available.
Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC) have emerged over the last decade as important enteric pathogens because of their potential to induce both hemorrhagic colitis and fatal hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS). HUS following EHEC colitis has become the leading cause of pediatric renal failure requiring kidney transplant in North America. The ability for(More)
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