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Response of man to infection with Vibrio cholerae. I. Clinical, serologic, and bacteriologic responses to a known inoculum.
The spectrum of illness and the immunologic response produced by cholera in volunteers were studied. The strains of Vibrio cholerae used were classical Inaba 569B and classical Ogawa 395. An oralExpand
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The Broad Street pump revisited: response of volunteers to ingested cholera vibrios.
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Response of man to infection with Vibrio cholerae. II. Protection from illness afforded by previous disease and vaccine.
Human immunity acquired after cholera or provided by cholera vaccines was evaluated. Previous diarrhea caused by infection with Vibrio cholerae induced complete protection against diarrhea after aExpand
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Postexposure rabies prophylaxis with human rabies immune globulin.
Human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) was given in doses of 10,15, and 40 international units (IU)/kg of body weight to groups of volunteers. It was administered alone and in combination with 16 or 23Expand
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Health consequences for children with undiagnosed asthma-like symptoms.
BACKGROUND A growing body of evidence indicates that there are a substantial number of children who report asthma-like symptoms and are not diagnosed with asthma. However, there is little informationExpand
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Live oral cholera vaccine: evaluation of the clinical effectiveness of two strains in humans.
El Tor Ogawa C14-S5 and EW-6, two live vaccine candidate strains, were given to volunteers in varying doses with and without bicarbonate. Vibrios were found in the stool of one of 32 men given theExpand
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Red tide. Its public health implications.
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Pfiesteria in North Carolina. The medical inquiry continues.
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Two clinical trials were conducted to compare the efficacy of 3 antimicrobial agents often recommended for the treatment of typhoid fever. Chloramphenicol was more effective than parenteralExpand
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Zoster-like disease in the newborn due to herpes-simplex virus.
CLASSIC herpes zoster (shingles) rarely presents diagnostic or etiologic difficulties in older children or adults. However, no etiology for unilateral grouped vesicular eruptions in the neonate has...
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