Parasitic, bacterial, and viral enteric pathogens associated with diarrhea in the Central African Republic.

@article{Georges1984ParasiticBA,
  title={Parasitic, bacterial, and viral enteric pathogens associated with diarrhea in the Central African Republic.},
  author={Murielle Georges and ipke. wachsmuth and Dr Martine Meunier and N Nebout and François Didier and M R Siopathis and Alain J. Georges},
  journal={Journal of clinical microbiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={19 5},
  pages={571-5}
}
A total of 1,197 diarrheic children less than 15 years old were investigated for parasitic, bacterial, and viral enteropathogens from March 1981 through February 1982 in the Central African Republic. One or more pathogens were identified from 49.4% of the patients. Rotavirus was the most frequently identified pathogen among children less than 18 months old. Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli was the second most frequently isolated pathogen (12.1%) in children less than 2 years of age… CONTINUE READING