Effects of an Enterococcus faecium probiotic in pigs: Influence on enteropathogenic
In one study, facultatively enteropathogenic
organisms such as Klebsiella spp.
During the discussion (which was printed in those early days of the program) investigators from both the US and Japan indicated that they had examined enteropathogenic
serotypes of E.
In 49.34% of the remaining cases, no enteropathogenic
bacteria could be isolated.
Coli infection, etiologically related to enteropathogenic
Since the occurrence of an outbreak of foodborne disease caused by enteropathogenic
Genetic characterization of antibiotic resistance in enteropathogenic
Escherichia coli carrying extended-spectrum [beta]-lactamases recovered from diarrhoeic rabbits.
Wasch et al., "Adhesive properties of enteropathogenic
Escherichia coli isolated from infants with acute diarrhea in Africa," European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, vol.
Chronic diarrhea and malabsorption associated with enteropathogenic
bacterial infection in a patient with AIDS.
Antibiotics are "probably" worthwhile in patients with noncholera vibrios, Yersinia, Campylobacter, Aeromonas, Plesiomonas, and enteropathogenic
Escherichia coli, she added.
The food borne infection usually involves the intestinal enteropathogenic
bacteria and their transmission is helped directly or indirectly by objects contaminated with feces.