Prevalencia de bacterias enteropatógenas en Costa Rica
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In a study made of the bacterial etiology of diarrheal cases in Costa Rica, pathogenic strains of E. coli were rarely found but Shigella were found in the same proportion as in the other areas of Latin America. Salmonella occurred frequently in urban centers. Concomitant examination in children of similar age group but without diarrhea suggested that enteropathogenic. E. coli was an important cause of the intestinal symptoms; Shigella prevalence, although it increases with increasing age, loses importance as the cause of symptoms; and in the urban centers Salmonella was important as the cause of symptoms only among children under six months of age(AU)
Prevalence of enteropathogenic bacteria in Costa Rica
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Emergencia de β-lactamasa AmpC plasmídica del grupo CMY-2 en Shigella sonnei y Salmonella spp. en Costa Rica, 2003-2015 Tijerino Ayala, Anamariela; Bolaños Acuña, Hilda María; Acuña Calvo, María Teresa; Vargas Morales, José Luis; Chacón, Elena Campos (2016-07)Las AmpC plasmídicas son enzimas del grupo de las β-lactamasas, codificadas por genes blaAmpC. Entre ellas, las del tipo CMY-2 son las que se reportan con mayor frecuencia a nivel mundial. La detección de enterobacterias ...