BioMed Research International / 2015 / Article / Tab 8

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 8

Antimalarial prophylaxis, hygiene counseling, vaccination against cholera and typhoid fever, and medication of diarrhea patients with bacterial, viral, and parasitic infections.

Detected pathogen groups
BacteriaVirusesParasitesNo detected pathogenMultiple infections

Malaria prophylaxis
 Doxycycline7/102/101/102/103/10
 Atovaquone/proguanil18/268/261/264/2612/26
 Mefloquine8/92/91/90/96/9
 Switch atovaquone/proguanil to doxycycline1/10/10/10/11/1
 None0/10/10/11/10/1
 No data0/20/20/22/20/2
Vaccines
 Typhoid fever23/327/323/325/3215/32
 Cholera and typhoid fever7/101/100/103/104/10
 No data4/74/70/71/73/7
Medication
 Antibiotics1/30/30/32/30/3
 No antibiotics or uncertain33/4612/463/467/4622/46
Hygiene counseling
 Yes28/397/393/397/3917/39
 No1/10/10/10/10/1
 No data5/95/90/92/95/9