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Abstract

SUMMARY

During treatment with co-trimoxazole, enterobacteria disappeared from the faeces of 12 of 14 patients investigated. Strains resistant to co-trimoxazole or trimethoprim were not isolated from any of the patients during the entire investigation.

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