Antibacterial activity of Psidium guajava leaf and bark against multidrug-resistant Vibrio cholerae: implication for cholera control.

@article{Rahim2010AntibacterialAO,
  title={Antibacterial activity of Psidium guajava leaf and bark against multidrug-resistant Vibrio cholerae: implication for cholera control.},
  author={Niaz Rahim and Donald James Gomes and Haruo Watanabe and Sabita Rizwana Rahman and Chariya Chomvarin and Hubert Ph. Endtz and Munirul Alam},
  journal={Japanese journal of infectious diseases},
  year={2010},
  volume={63 4},
  pages={
          271-4
        }
}
In clinical cholera, a 3-day course of antibiotic complements extensive rehydration therapy by reducing stool volume, shortening the illness, and averting death. However, antibiotic therapy, which has lifesaving implications for cholera, is often hindered due to multidrug resistance in Vibrio cholerae, the cause of cholera. Crude aqueous mixture and water soluble methanol extract from leaf and bark of Psidium guajava, a tropical fruit guava of the family Myrtaceae, showed strong antibacterial… 

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