diarrheal


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Related to diarrheal: diarrhoea, Diaria
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Synonyms for diarrheal

of or relating to diarrhea

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As a result, ORT became the new standard of care for diarrheal disease treatment; it has since saved more than 80 million people around the world.
In absence of typical diarrheal presentation, many cases with CD are ignored and NDCD remains an underdiagnosed entity in our region.
Ensuring the sufficient availability of ORS is considered a priority for the relief efforts, as the severe risk of diarrheal diseases has risen due to health and environmental factors in and around the camps.
Today, with the rise of outcomes-based medicine, we have a rare opportunity to do exactly that: rethink how we manage testing for diarrheal diseases.
Thus, this work aims to a) evaluate the satellite rainfall estimates for the Acre Basin; b) analyze the correlation between these estimates and: 1) water level in three cities along river Acre, 2) Investigate the incidence rates of infant diarrheal diseases across all municipalities in the river Acre Basin.
Acute diarrheal disease with its associated dehydration has remained a challenging problem to the medical profession and the community in the third world countries especially in the children aged below five years.
Diarrheal diseases remain the second most leading cause of death next to pneumonia among under-five mortality globally, contributing to one-fifth of child deaths.
Rotavirus is the most common form of diarrheal virus amongst infants around the world, and one of the leading causes of hospitalization amongst children under the age of five in the Middle East, said Dr.
The goal of this study is to understand how cultural, social, and political environments shape the spread of diarrheal disease in Can Tho City of VietnamAEs Mekong Delta.
in a study of populations with a high prevalence of malnutrition and enteric infections in Tanzania, compared samples taken before and during diarrheal episodes (8).
We used an unmatched case control design and enrolled 8422 diarrheal children of both sexes, aged 0-59 months, who were admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), High Dependency Unit (HDU), or Longer Stay Ward (LSW) of the hospital from March 2011 to February 2013.
In fact, nearly two million children under the age of five die each year from diarrheal diseases and pneumonia.
A high incidence of diarrheal diseases is registered in southern parts of the country, where around 500 settlements and more than 600,000 people do not have access to safe driking water," the Department said.
He added that "children under the age of 5 are most susceptible to diarrheal diseases as a result of poor hygienic conditions and unsafe use of water, with limited availability of safe drinking water," noting that they "need most urgent humanitarian needs in order to prevent the spread and increased incidence of diarrheal diseases due to overcrowding.
In addition, the long term consequences of diarrheal disease have been linked to secondary health impacts, such as malnutrition and reduced cognitive function in children [6].