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Synonyms for gastroenteritis

inflammation of the stomach and intestines

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He said Attia was admitted to the CMH, Jehlum, on September 27 and she expired on September 28 as she died of acute gastroenteritis and sepsis.
Shankiari, Oghi, Mansehra, Baffa, Khawjgan, Balakot, Shohal Mozilla, Mahandri, Jareed, Khania and many other areas of district Manshera caught by the gastroenteritis outbreak where patients have no facilities for this disease.
Cardiff council said it is investigating 26 cases of gastroenteritis.
The officers acted immediately, visited the hotel and undertook an inspection including interviewing staff and guests and we can confirm a bout of gastroenteritis.
Complete report on gastroenteritis pipeline spread across 50 pages, providing analysis of 4 major companies and supported with 19 tables and 14 figures is now available at http://www.
Anjum Habib Vohra said that Liver & Gastroenteritis Department of the hospital will be upgraded at a cost of Rs.
To inform current public health decisions and policies in Australia, we used new methods and datasets to estimate the incidence of infectious gastroenteritis and associated hospitalizations and deaths in Australia circa 2010.
Lead author Dr Benjamin Lopman from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the USA, said including data from 48 countries and involving more than 187 000 gastroenteritis cases worldwide, these new estimates are the largest analysis of norovirus infection and disease to date.
The aim of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of LACIDOFIL in the treatment of acute gastroenteritis in children admitted to the emergency department.
In between these two I also contracted gastroenteritis in 1933 and Doctor Hall at the Gateshead dispensary on High West Street (still standing next to the old Town Hall) told my mother that I wouldn''t survive until next morning.
A statement added: "The Queen has left the King Edward VII's hospital having been admitted briefly as part of the assessment of symptoms of gastroenteritis.
Summary: The Queen is said to be in good spirits as she continues her recovery in hospital after being admitted with symptoms of gastroenteritis.
The 86-year-old monarch was admitted to central London's King Edward VII Hospital on Sunday after developing symptoms of gastroenteritis.
THE Queen is in "good spirits" after being admitted to hospital with symptoms of gastroenteritis, Buckingham Palace said yesterday.
The two most common causes of gastroenteritis in adults in England are the norovirus and food poisoning.