traveler's diarrhea


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traveler's diarrhea

n.
Diarrhea occurring among travelers, especially in regions where sanitation is poor.
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A launch of Cosmo's drug in traveler's diarrhea would result in competition with Valeant's Xifaxan both directly and potentially indirectly with off label use in IBS-D, Maris contends.
Traveler's diarrhea is the most common illness in people traveling from resource-advantaged countries to resource-limited regions of the globe.
Most people plan their vacations months in advance, but there's one thing they don't plan for: the onset of traveler's diarrhea (TD).
Global Markets Direct's, 'Traveler's Diarrhea - Pipeline Review, H1 2016', provides an overview of the Traveler's Diarrhea pipeline landscape.
on traveler's diarrhea in Thailand, "food from streetvendors" is the main food source (2).
A skin patch vaccine designed to prevent traveler's diarrhea was shown ineffective in a recent phase III trial.
Traveler's diarrhea in the pediatric population: etiology and impact.
An antibiotic typically used to combat traveler's diarrhea might benefit some people with irritable bowel syndrome, a vexing condition that has few good treatment options, a pair of studies has found.
The company was already preparing itself for a loss of some EUR 40 million this year, but the latest blow in the Phase II and Phase III studies of a vaccine candidate against traveler's diarrhea, forced it to lower the full-year forecast even more.
Washington, June 9 (ANI): Scientists have identified the structure of bacteria responsible for traveler's diarrhea.
Other informative tables describe the safe selection of food and water, drugs for preventing and treating traveler's diarrhea, the use of melatonin to prevent jet lag, potential interactions between antiretroviral and travel-related medications, and the differential diagnoses of travel-related skin lesions.
Besides AAD, Florastor Kids can be used to prevent and manage acute gastroenteritis, traveler's diarrhea and clostridium difficile, a severe and sometimes fatal infection of the colon.