Other alternatives include third-generation cephalosporins; however, extended-spectrum beta-lactamase production, which renders these organisms resistant to ceftriaxone, is an increasing problem in both typhoid and paratyphoid
Expert said the drinks and fruits prepared and served in unhygienic ways can cause various diseases like diarrhoea, jaundice, typhoid, cholera, and paratyphoid
Identification of typhoid fever and paratyphoid
fever cases at presentation in outpatient clinics in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Local and state health departments report culture-confirmed Typhi to CDC's National Typhoid and Paratyphoid
Fever Surveillance (NTPFS) system (5).
Typhoid and paratyphoid
fever: a 10-year retrospective study of 41 cases in a Parisian hospital.
Burden of typhoid and paratyphoid
fever in a densely populated urban community, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
"Diseases in pigeons are comparatively less than in any other poultry birds, according to livestock birds.Pigeons suffer from TB, paratyphoid
, cholera, pox, Newcastle and influenza.
Among the non typhoidal febrile illness cases 02(10%) were Immunoblot positive (02 were Salmonella paratyphoid
A cases& the other two had respiratory and urinary tract infection).
It causes paratyphoid
fever and gastroenteritis and can be isolated from animal hosts.
Rawalpindi -- The water-borne diseases such diarrhoea, gastroenteritis, typhoid and paratyphoid
fever, cholera, dysentery, and intestinal worms, malaria, dengue fever were on the rise in different localities of Rawalpindi city.
The new funds will enable the clinical development of vaccines against Chlamydia, C.difficile and enteric fever (typhoid and paratyphoid
), as well as expansion of the team for R and D in immuno-oncology.
According to the July 2017 Infectious Disease Epidemiology Annual Report by the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, Germany has seen a surge in chicken pox, cholera, dengue fever, tuberculosis, leprosy, measles, malaria, meningococcal diseases, hemorrhagic fevers, hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, paratyphoid
, rubella, shigellosis, syphilis, typhus, toxoplasmosis, tularemia, trichinellosis, whooping cough, and many fungal and parasitic infections.