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1 Recruiting Diagnosis of Neglected Tropical Diseases Among Patients With Persistent Digestive Disorders
Conditions: Soil-transmitted Helminthiasis;   Schistosomiasis;   Strongyloidiasis;   Shigellosis;   Intestinal Salmonellosis;   Campylobacteriosis;   Aeromonas Spp. Infections;   Giardiasis;   Amoebiasis;   Dientamoebiasis;   Cryptosporidium Spp. Infections
Interventions: Procedure: Stool culturing for pathogenic bacteria;   Procedure: Kato-Katz technique;   Procedure: Baermann technique;   Device: Mini-FLOTAC;   Device: Crypto/Giardia Duo Strip;   Procedure: Formalin-ether concentration technique;   Device: CCA RDT;   Procedure: Koga agar plate culture;   Procedure: Kinyoun staining;   Device: Multiplex PCR;   Procedure: Metagenomics analysis
2 Recruiting Phase 4 Study To Assess The Safety Of Vivotif At Different Release Titers Among Travelers
Condition: Typhoid Fever
Intervention: Biological: Vivotif
3 Recruiting Vaccines Against Salmonella Typhi
Conditions: Typhoid Fever;   Enteric Fever
Interventions: Biological: Vi-TCV;   Biological: Vi-PS Vaccine;   Biological: Control (Men ACWY)
4 Recruiting Typhoid Fever: Combined vs. Single Antibiotic Therapy
Condition: Typhoid Fever
Interventions: Drug: ceftriaxone;   Drug: ceftriaxone and azithromycin;   Drug: azithromycin;   Drug: azithromycin and cefixime
5 Recruiting Investigating Enteric Fever - Salmonella Typhi and Paratyphi Challenge Study
Conditions: Typhoid Fever;   Paratyphoid Fever
Interventions: Biological: Salmonella Typhi;   Biological: Salmonella Paratyphi

Indicates status has not been verified in more than two years