Field procedures for bacteriological studies of diarrheal diseases. by Donald Charles Mackel

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center, Technology Branch in Phoenix, Ariz .

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  • Bacteriology -- Technique,
  • Diarrhea -- Bacteriology

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SeriesPublic Health Service publication no. 1133
LC ClassificationsQR201 D4 M3
The Physical Object
Number of Pages33
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Open LibraryOL21050676M

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Phoenix, Ariz., U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center, Technology Branch; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Technology Branch. Title(s): Field procedures for bacteriological studies of diarrheal diseases, by Don C.

Mackel. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Phoenix, Ariz. [] Description: v, 33 p. illus. Language: English MeSH: Bacteriological Techniques*; Clinical Laboratory Techniques*; Diarrhea/diagnosis* NLM ID: [Book]. The results of a comparison of desoxycholate-citrate (D-C.) and Shigella-Salmonella (S.S.) agar for the isolation of dysentery bacilli from, faeces are shown in the table.

Both media are efficient but S.S. is significantly superior. Details are given of an easy and painless method of taking rectal swabs.

The dry swab is sheathed in a length of rubber tubing (12 cm. in length by cm. external Cited by: 3. Using data from the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b) from towe compared the clinical features of diarrhea in patients with stool specimens yielding only A.

hydrophila ( patients; % of 13, patients screened) or P. shigelloides ( patients) compared to patients with sole V. cholerae non-O1 infection (99 patients) or V Cited by: A Text-Book of Medical Bacteriology provides information pertinent to the medical aspects of bacteriology.

This book presents the biological relationship of allied organisms. Organized into three parts encompassing 37 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the salient features of the development of bacteriology. In contrast to mortality trends, morbidity due to diarrhea has not shown a parallel decline, and global estimates remain between two and three episodes of diarrhea per child under five per year.

Kosek, Bern, and Guerrant () estimated a global median incidence of diarrhea to be episodes per child-year in the yearsimilar to those found in previous reviews by Snyder and Merson.

Water supply related factors. Protected water source selection was more preferred by model households (%) than non-model households (%). Water treatment practice at home level was also more practiced among model households (%) than only 87 (%) non-model by: Conventional diagnostic approaches to diarrheal disease require multiple procedures: bacterial culture, microscopy with and without stains or immunofluorescence and stool antigen tests for detection of protozoa, and for detecting viral agents, electron microscopy, or antigen-based tests.

Effect of Lactic Acid Bacteria on Diarrheal Diseases Article Literature Review in Journal of the American College of Nutrition 19(2 Suppl)SS May with Reads. Thirty households with children receiving the fermented cereal food ogi were selected randomly from Ajara, a rural community in Lagos State, Nigeria.

Eighty-one samples of ogi were collected from these households at the time of administration to the children. The degree of bacteriological contamination and pH values of the cooked ogi samples were by:   Physicochemical assessment and bacteriological studies of hand-dug wells of major markets in south western, Nigeria Article (PDF Available) in Arabian Journal of Geosciences 9().

Pathophysiology of Shigella Diarrhea in the Rhesus Monkey: Intestinal Transport, Morphological, and Bacteriological Studies Author links open overlay panel W.R. Rout M.D. a b c S.B. Formal Ph.D. a b c R.A. Giannella M.D. a b c G.J. Dammin M.D.

a b c. The impending outbreak can be brought under control with the rapid and simple field epidemiological investigation (shoe leather epidemiology). Diarrheal diseases are one of the major illnesses faced by these people. Dutta KK, Sehgal S.

Bacteriological study of drinking water during epidemic of cholera in Delhi. J Commun Dis. ; BadBug Book Handbook of Foodborne Pathogenic Microorganisms and Natural Toxins Introduction Food safety is a complex issue that has an impact on all segments of society, from the general.

A Cross-sectional study design on bacteriological analysis of drinking water was conducted in Serbo town from September to October, ml of water specimen was collected from each water. Foodborne disease outbreaks: guidelines for investigation and control. studies, most diarrhoeal illness is not reported to public health authorities, and few illnesses participate in the investigation and control of foodborne disease outbreaks.

While the book focuses on practical aspects of outbreak investigation and control, it also. This guide is a clear, practical advice on preventing and treating diarrhoeal diseases.

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million peop le die from diarrheal diseases. Physicochemical assessment and bacteriological studies of hand-dug wells of major markets in South Western, Nigeria Procedure do ne before the field facilities are of prime importance for.

Pickering LK. Therapy for acute infectious diarrhea in children. J Pediatr ;S American Academy of Pediatrics. Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases (Red Book).

22nd ed.; World Health Organization. The rational use of drugs in the management of acute diarrhea in children. Geneva: WHO, Bacteriological and clinical studies of the diarrheal diseases of infancy with reference to the Bacillus dysenteriae (Shiga). [New York] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Simon Flexner; L Emmett Holt; Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research.

The effect of control of houseflies on the incidence of diarrhoea and shigellosis was evaluated in a prospective crossover intervention study at two military field bases several kilometres apart. In early summer,intensive fly control measures (mainly bait and trap strategy) were introduced on one base, while the other served as a by:   The study arrived at a scientific evidence that SODIS as a method of HWT has a potential role as a diarrheal disease prevention strategy.

The incidence of diarrhea among U5C receiving the intervention with SODIS-treated water was found to drop compared to the control group (IRR = Cited by: 2. The purpose is to study the various causative factors of diarrhoeal diseases with special reference to bacteriological profi le among years age group of children.

MATERIALS AND METHODS This was a cross sectional study done in the duration of 2 years (Jan June ). The point of study was R.T.H.C. Kalyanpur, Bihar. In an outbreak situation, usually either dysentery or cholera is suspected on the basis of field reports of health personnel Although diarrheal illnesses can be diagnosed by the appearance of the stool to some extent, for example, it’s dysentery if the stool contains blood and mucus and it.

A survey on the parasitological and bacteriological management was conducted in two villages in southeastern Senegal. The objective of this study was to evaluate the water management modalities in the two villages with ethnic differences and possibly detect factors that could cause waterborne diseases.

A questionnaire on water management methods was submitted to one hundred one women drawn in Author: Louis Régis Dossou-Yovo, Colette Gomis-Mansaly, Isabelle Mady-Goma Dirat, Fatoumata Sarr Diene, Alio.

Introduction. More than one sixth of the world's population lack access to safe drinking water e change (floods and draughts) have affected water availability and surface water quality.It is estimated that billion people (28% of the world's population) use unsafe water in and that additional billion (18% of the world's population) use water from water sources Cited by: 2.

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Collecting data during a field investigation requires the epidemiologist to conduct several activities. Although it is logical to believe that a field investigation of an urgent public health problem should roll out sequentially—first identification of study objectives, followed by questionnaire development; data collection, analysis, and interpretation; and implementation of control.

Impact of Hand Washing and WASH Educational Intervention on Under-five Diarrheal Diseases (WASH) Bacteriological quality of drinking water at household level measured at baseline and end line of the 6 months study.

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Acute and chronic diarrhea and dysentery () "occurred with more frequency and produced more sickness and mortality than any other form of disease." In the period covered by the statistics, 1 May to 30 Junethere were 1, reported cases of diarrhea.

Diarrheal disease remains the leading cause of morbidity and mortality among under-five children worldwide. Every day, more than children lose their lives due to diarrhea. In Ethiopia, diarrhea is the second killer of under-five children next to pneumonia. A cross-sectional study was conducted to assess the prevalence of under-five diarrhea and socioeconomic factors among the Cited by: Next, we conducted a sensitivity analysis related to study design characteristics by removing 11 studies that lacked randomization procedures, did not apply masking, and used a unit of analysis at a different level from that of the unit of randomization (i.e., ignored clustered data structure).

12, 14, 16 – 20, 22, 24, 28, 55 Studies lacking Cited by: Doctors suspect an infection based on the person's symptoms, physical examination results, and risk factors. First, doctors confirm that the person has an infection rather than another type of illness. For example, a person with a cough and difficulty breathing may have pneumonia (a lung infection).

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BACKGROUND AND AIMS We have previously reported a reduction in risk of diarrhoeal disease in children who used solar disinfected drinking water. A cholera epidemic, occurring in an area of Kenya in which a controlled trial of solar disinfection and diarrhoeal disease in children aged under 6 had recently finished, offered an opportunity to examine the protection offered by solar disinfection Cited by: Each chapter of the NFM is reviewed regularly and revised periodically to update procedures, incorporate technical advances, and to address additional emerging topics of relevance to water quality field studies.

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