Volume 3, Number 3—September 1997
Multidrug-Resistant Enteroaggregative Escherichia coli Associated with Persistent Diarrhea in Kenyan Children
|Pathogens (number tested)||Number||Percentage (%)|
|Escherichia coli enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC)||71||8.0|
|EAgg E. coli (ETEC)||4||0.5|
|enterotoxigenic E. coli||43||5.0|
|enterohemorrhagic E. coli||1||0.1|
Mixed infections: ETEC/EPEC = 12, EPEC/Campylobacter = 8, Salmonella/ETEC = 7, Salmonella/EPEC = 3, Shigella/Campylobacter = 2, Vibrio/Shigella = 2, Shigella/Salmonella = 1, EPEC /Shigella = 6, ETEC/Shigella = 4.
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