Article in Japanese
Campylobacter and Salmonella enterocolitis in children
Fumihiko HATTORI, Naoko NISHIMURA, Suguru TAKEUCHI, Kazuhiro HORIBA, Mai ISAJI, Yu OKAI, Yasunori OSHIMA, Kensei GOTO, Haruki HOSONO, Koji TAKEMOTO, Takao OZAKI
During the 12 month period from June 2010 to May 2011, at our Pediatric Department we treated 48 children with Campylobacter enterocolitis and 23 with Salmonella enterocolitis. Campylobacter infections were seen throughout the year in all ages, whereas Salmonella infections were more common in summer and in younger age groups. Vomiting, bloody stools, dehydration, and admission to hospital were more common with Salmonella enterocolitis. Of the isolated Campylobacter species, 17% were resistant to fosfomycin, and 35% each to norfloxacin and levofloxacin. Of the isolated Salmonella species, 4% were resistant to ampicillin/sulbactam, and 9% each to ampicillin and minocycline.
Department of Pediatrics, Konan Kosei Hospital
|Received||April 25, 2013|
|Accepted||June 28, 2013|