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Patients with resistant infections were more likely to report travel to the Indian subcontinent: 85 % of patients infected with MDRST and 94 % with NARST traveled to the Indian subcontinent, while 44 % of those with susceptible infections have, the authors write. The authors conclude: Since most typhoid fever among patients in the United States acquired abroad treat ongoing monitoring can also help to trace patterns patterns of antimicrobial resistance of S Typhi reduce the burden of typhoid fever in the United States increased see more . Attention to prevention measures by travelers, including improved vaccination in travelers typhoid-endemic areas, particularly among travelers visiting friends or family in India or its neighbors. Further reductions in typhoid fever among travelers will depend on increased availability of safe drinking water and improved sanitation and food hygiene in typhoid endemic areas, measures that long way toward reducing long way toward reducing the global burden of typhoid fever. .

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