Two Types of Infectious Diarrhea in Infants

RICHARD M. SMITH
1913 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
of these patients died of septicemia, or perforation followed by peritonitis, others showed sequelae of streptococcus origin.3 Dysentery bacilli were found in 18 cases (three of these were classed as bacilli carriers) although they were repeatedly sought for in several stools from each patient. Gas bacilli were recovered repeatedly from 33. 1912 was a "gas bacillus" year;
doi:10.1056/nejm191311201692105 fatcat:bpqcxr2znraf3fidsxwtlto734