Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi

Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi bacteria cause typhoid, a serious food and water borne illness found globally. It causes bacteraemia and can lead to intestinal bleeding and perforation. The diseases requires antibiotic treatment but can be prevented through vaccination.

The map shows study sites in the Mekong region where S. enterica serovar Typhi was reported in one or more of the 146 published studies reviewed during the pilot study.

 

Guide to using the map:

The colour of a map marker indicates the percentage of samples found to be positive for the identified bacterium or virus. For example, a purple marker indicates no positive cases found; a red marker indicates that more than 30% samples were positive.

Click on a map marker to view basic descriptive data including study type, frequency of a positive result and the study citation.

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