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Research Article

Surveillance of Food- and Smear-Transmitted Pathogens in European Soldiers with Diarrhea on Deployment in the Tropics: Experience from the European Union Training Mission (EUTM) Mali

Table 4

Age, gender, nationality, sites of deployment, and previous stays in high-endemicity regions for diarrhea-associated pathogens of diarrhea patients with bacterial, viral, and parasitic infections.

Detected pathogen groups
BacteriaVirusesParasitesNo detected pathogenMultiple infections

Age
 <30 years10/156/150/152/155/15
 30–50 years10/153/151/153/158/15
 >50 years2/21/20/20/22/2
 No data12/172/172/174/177/17
Gender
 Male31/4411/443/447/4420/44
 Female3/51/50/52/52/5
Nationality
 Austria1/11/10/10/11/1
 Belgium7/92/91/91/93/9
 Colombia1/10/10/10/10/1
 Germany17/258/250/254/2512/25
 Greece3/30/31/30/33/3
 Ireland0/10/10/11/10/1
 Italy0/10/10/11/10/1
 Portugal0/10/10/11/10/1
 Romania0/11/10/10/10/1
 Spain4/40/40/40/42/4
 Spain/Bolivia0/10/10/11/10/1
 No data1/10/11/10/11/1
Site of deployment
 Koulikoro31/417/413/416/4119/41
 Koulikoro and Bamako1/21/20/21/21/2
 Bamako0/10/10/11/10/1
 Bapho2/44/40/40/42/4
 No data0/10/10/11/10/1
Previous stays in high endemicity settings
 Yes8/133/131/132/134/13
 No26/369/362/367/3618/36