[Studies on the relation between the production of anti-O and anti-H agglutinins and the specific treatment of typhoid fever].

The AA, studied the behaviour of anti-O and anti-H agglutinins in patients with typhoid fever treated with CAF or with CAF+ corticosteroides. They have shown that, during the treatment with antibiotics, the O-agglutinins, which appeared extremely quickly, can be present at a high level and for a long time in the serum; on the other hand the H-agglutinins… CONTINUE READING