In recent years, a link between childhood Helicobacter pylori and gastric cancer in adulthood has elevated the need to detect and treat H pylori in asymptomatic children.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America updated its guidelines for the management of acute or persistent infectious diarrhea.
Refractory Helicobacter pylori infection can be successfully treated with goshuyuto and rabeprazole.
Bezlotoxumab, given with antibacterials for Clostridium difficile, could be effective as a preventive treatment for C difficile infection.
Implementation of rotavirus vaccination correlated with a reduction in acute gastroenteritis related hospitalization rates among children.
Liver cancer has become the fastest growing cause of cancer deaths in the Unites States.
Findings indicate that dysbiotic features that are uniquely ME/CFS-associated may be masked by disturbances arising from the high prevalence of IBS co-morbidity in ME/CFS.
The CDC has issued an alert regarding new recommendations for the treatment of Shigella infection.
Researcher found that while Salmonella infections decreased, reported Yersinia, Cryptosporidium, and Shiga toxin-producing E coli infections increased.
Investigators proposed an algorithm to facilitate the decision-making process of clinical care for patients with very early hepatocellular carcinoma.
Acute STEMI accounted for 29.3% of renal transplant recipients admissions.
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