Study was executed on children aged [less than or equal to] 7 years who admitted to paediatric unit of Sriakharinwirot University Hospital, Nakorn Nayok with the diagnosis of acute diarrhoea
between January 2008 and October 2008.
96), p is the estimated proportion of infants with acute diarrhoea
in the population (0.
The use of different terminologies for diarrhoea
might have affected mothers' responses.
Health experts claim that there have been considerable improvements with the advent of oral rehydration salts (ORS), because diarrhoea
causes a rapid loss of body fluids, it leaves children continually at risk of dehydration.
In the study, giving probiotics in conjunction with rehydration fluids reduced the duration of diarrhoea
by around a day and reduced the risk of diarrhoea
lasting four or more days by 59percent.
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The disease is caused by the Vibrio cholerae bacteria, which produces a toxin that causes severe diarrhoea
and usually vomiting.
Interventions to improve water quality for preventing infectious diarrhoea
(Protocol for a Cochrane Review).
Prevalence of EHEC O157:H7 in patients with diarrhoea
in Lagos, Nigeria.
Epidemiology and impact of rotavirus diarrhoea
Typing of Aeromonas isolates from children with diarrhoea
and water samples by randomly amplified polymorphic DNA polymerase chain reaction and whole cell protein fingerprinting.
By far the most common cause of an attack of diarrhoea
is eating something which doesn't agree with us.
El Nino and diarrhoea
and dehydration in Lima, Peru.
In young children with vomiting and diarrhoea
it may not be possible to do this by mouth, in which case hospital admission to provide fluids directly into the bloodstream via a drip may be required.