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Akut Gastroenterit Ön Tanili Çocuklarda Rotavirüs Pozitifliği

@inproceedings{Bulut2003AkutG,
  title={Akut Gastroenterit {\"O}n Tanili Çocuklarda Rotavir{\"u}s Pozitifliği},
  author={Yunus Emre Bulut and Latife Işeri and Esra Ağel and Beng{\"u}l Durmaz},
  year={2003}
}
This study was performed to determine the positivity of rotavirus in stool specimens sent to the laboratory for the rquest of rotavirus detection in children with acute gastroenteritis. Rotavirus antigen were detected by the latex agglutination test in stool specmens of 250 children. Rotavirus was determined in 52 (21%) of patient's specimens. Infection rate peaked in the winter mounths. Besides bacteriologic and parazitologic detection, rotavirus investigation in diarrheic stools from children… 
Dışkı Örneklerinde Rotavirus Pozitifliği ve Mevsimsel Sıklığının İncelenmesi
TLDR
Rota virus is detected one in ten pediatric patients who have diarhea and the seasonal increase during the winter months have been revealed.
Evaluation of rotavirus gastroenteritis in children: five years' surveillance in Alanya, Antalya.
TLDR
The ratio of rotavirus positivity in all laboratory studies was highest (19.3%) in February, and 40.9% (173/422) of all rotvirus gastroenteritis cases were detected in winter months.
Frequency of Rotavirus in Children with Acute Gastroenteritis
TLDR
The rotavirus gastroenteritis in acute diarrhea patinets in COMU Faculty of Medicine Hospital with the symptom of acute diarrhea was investigated, andRotavirus antigen was positive in 62 cases and rota positivity according to the seasons was as follows.
Rotavirus and adenovirus prevalence at Tepecik education and research hospital (Turkey).
TLDR
The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of rotavirus and adenovirus from the faecal samples obtained at the Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology Laboratory of Tepecik Education and Research Hospital.
Prevalence of Rotavirus in Children with Acute Gastroenteritis, Seasonal Distribution, and Laboratory Findings in the Southeast of Turkey
TLDR
The results of this study indicated that rotavirus was a frequent cause of acute gastroenteritis in infants, and it should be routinely monitored, especially during autumn and spring.
The frequency of rotavirus and enteric adenovirus in children with acute gastroenteritis in Mardin
TLDR
Viral antigen positive cases were most frequently seen during autumn and winter months in children between 5-24 months of age, and rotavirus is most important agent in acute gastroenteritis of childhood in the authors' region.
Seasonal trending of rotavirus infection in infantile patients from Baghdad with acute gastroenteritis
TLDR
It is indicated that Rota-viral gastroenteritis had peaked in an equal highest number of occurrences in autumn as well as winter seasons and were more frequently observed among younger children.
Investigation of the frequency of rotavirus and adenovirus in acute gastroenteritis cases
TLDR
Investigation of rotavirus and adenovirus antigens in stool samples is important for epidemiological purposes and preventing the use of unnecessary antibiotics in patients with acute gastroenteritis.
Frequency of Rotavirus and Adenovirus Gastroenteritis Among Children in Shiraz, Iran
TLDR
Given the non-specific symptoms of these viruses and the high prevalence of viral diarrhea in the authors' region, more laboratories should be equipped for virus detection and vaccination might be considered as a prevention strategy.
[Investigation of rotavirus, adenovirus and astrovirus frequencies in children with acute gastroenteritis and evaluation of epidemiological features].
TLDR
Since nearly half of the childhood gastroenteritis cases in this region were due to viral agents, testing for the viral antigens may guide the clinical approach to the patients with acute diarrhea in 1-3 years old children in winter season.
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