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Table 3 Observation of mixed pathogens with V. cholera e O1 and Rotavirus infection from 2519 acute diarrhoeal samples

From: Emerging trends in the etiology of enteric pathogens as evidenced from an active surveillance of hospitalized diarrhoeal patients in Kolkata, India

Main Pathogen
With other pathogen
V. cholerae O1
(Sole pathogen = 377, Mixed pathogen = 277)
Rotavirus
(Sole pathogen = 208, Mixed pathogen = 285)
  n (%) n (%)
V. cholerae 1 - 46 (16.1)
Shigellae 12 (4.3) 11 (3.9)
DEC2 68 (24.5) 80 (28.1)
Other enteric bacteria3 70 (25.3) 57 (20)
Rotavirus 41 (14.8) -
Other virus4 36 (13) 98 (34.4)
Parasites5 126 (45.5) 117 (41.1)
  1. Note:
  2. 1. V. cholerae O1, V. cholerae O139 and V. cholerae no- O1, no- O139
  3. 2. EPEC, ETEC (LT), ETEC (ST), ETEC (LT, ST) and EAEC
  4. 3. V. parahaemolyticus, V. fluvialis, Aeromonas spp., C. jejuni, C. coli and Salmonella
  5. 4. Adenovirus, Norovirus GI, Norovirus GII, Sapovirus and Astrovirus
  6. 5. B. hominis, E. histolytica, Giardia lamblia and Cryptosporidium sp