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(Traveler's diarrhea)
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  • Common Gastrointestinal Infections. [Review]
  • PCPrim Care 2018; 45(3):519-532
  • Sell J, Dolan B
  • Gastrointestinal infections account for a large burden of acute and chronic disease, with diarrhea being the most common manifestation. Most cases are due to viruses, with norovirus being the most co...
  • A Role for Salivary Peptides in the Innate Defense Against Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli. [Journal Article]
  • JIJ Infect Dis 2018 Apr 11; 217(9):1435-1441
  • Brown JW, Badahdah A, … Bullitt E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our data represent the first report of a salivary component exerting specific antimicrobial activity against an enteric pathogen and suggest that histatin-5 and related peptides might be exploited for prophylactic and/or therapeutic uses. Numerous viruses, bacteria, and fungi traverse the oropharynx to cause disease, so there is considerable opportunity for various salivary components to neutralize these pathogens prior to arrival at their target organ. Identification of additional salivary components with unexpectedly broad antimicrobial spectra should be a priority.
  • Antibiotic treatment of acute gastroenteritis in children. [Review]
  • FF1000Res 2018; 7:193
  • Bruzzese E, Giannattasio A, Guarino A
  • Antibiotic therapy is not necessary for acute diarrhea in children, as rehydration is the key treatment and symptoms resolve generally without specific therapy. Searching for the etiology of gastroen...
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