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Cholera, sometimes known as Asiatic or epidemic cholera, is an infectious gastroenteritis caused by enterotoxin-producing strains of the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. Transmission to humans occurs through eating food or drinking...
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Covers the transmission, treatment, and control of the acute intestinal infection caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. From the World Health Organization.
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Explains the symptoms, spread, treatment, and prevention of the intestinal illness. From the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
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Overview of the disease of the small intestine caused by Vibrio cholerae bacterium. Includes causes, symptoms, tests, treatment, and prevention.
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Learn about the bacterial infection, symptoms, causes, risks, and treatment.
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Offers clinical description, treatment, history, antigenic variation, and more. From the Todar's Online Textbook of Bacteriology.
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Provides information on the diarrheal illness cholera that spreads through contaminated water. Includes symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment.
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Cholera — ive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatment and prevention of this life-threatening ... Cholera bacteria can't survive in an acidic environment, ...
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Fact sheet about the bacterial disease that affects the intestinal tract.
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More about Cholera: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Cholera Definition Cholera is an acute illness
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Although most cases of cholera are seen in areas such as Asia, Africa and South ... of persons exposed to the cholera organism will not develop any symptoms. ...
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Cholera — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatment and prevention of this life-threatening bacterial disease.
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Detailed information on cholera, including causes, prevention, and treatment ... Cholera is an acute, infectious disease caused by the consumption of water or ...
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Utah Department of Health, Office Of Epidemiology, National Electronic Disease ... cholera? ... Cholera has been very rare in industrialized nations for the ...
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Zimbabwe: Cholera Cases Still on the Rise in Some Urban Areas ... Nearly 56,000 for Cholera ... Raging Cholera Just Tip of Zimbabwe's Humanitarian Crisis ...
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... risk for cholera in the United States? 1.1.4 What should travelers do to avoid getting cholera? ... 1.1.8 What is the U.S. government doing to combat cholera? ...
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Cholera ... Cholera is a public health concern in developing countries all ... The bacterium that causes cholera is usually very sensitive to the acids present ...
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Vibrio cholera is more common where fresh water mixes with salt water, like ... For most people with cholera, fluids and electrolytes are given by mouth. ...
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