Why Test

High Risk Groups

Infectious Diahrrea High Risk Groups
Returning Travelers
Risk of foodborne illness
Healthcare exposure
Day Care or occupational exposure to children
Pregnant women
Patients with chronic illness

Traveler's Diarrhea
Affects 30-70% of international travelers
Risk is dependent on "where and how long"
Bacteria account for 80-90% of cases - E.coli most frequent
Intestinal viruses account for 5-8% of cases
Long term travel is associated with a higher incidence of parasitic cases - Giardia most frequent

High Risk Groups

When to test

Infectious diarrhea clinical clues

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