Sanjay Kumar Pattnaik

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Bacteriological analysis of 1,551 stool/rectal swabs from all age groups of diarrhea patients of different hospitals of Orissa from January 2004 to December 2006 was carried out using standard procedures. Among all enteropathogens isolated in 886 culture-positive samples, Escherichia coli constituted 75.5%, including 13.2% pathogenic E. coli; Vibrio(More)
Aeromonas species are ubiquitous water borne organisms and cause gastrointestinal infection in humans (Horneman et al., 2007). Aeromonas species comprises of mesophillic motile and psychrophilic nonmotile gram negative bacterium. Three distinctive gastroenteritis are caused by Aeromonas spp. (a) acute watery diarrhoea, (b) dysentery and (c) sub acute or(More)
The cuff ballotability method was used in 120 adult patients to confirm the correct depth of insertion of the endotracheal tube after tracheal intubation. The correct tube position was assumed when the cuff of the endotracheal tube could be felt to distend over the suprasternal notch when the pilot balloon was squeezed and the pilot balloon was felt to(More)
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