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Synonyms for gastroenteritis

inflammation of the stomach and intestines

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Conclusion: Most children assessed with acute gastroenteritis showed moderate to severe disease symptoms.
We collected samples from the patients (children and adults) with acute gastroenteritis (mean [+ or -]SD age 9.
Out of 65 patients of oliguric acute kidney injury 18 patients were due to malaria, 16 patients were due to acute gastroenteritis, 13 patients were due to vasculotoxic snake bite, 10 patients were due to unknown aetiology and 4 patients were each due to sepsis and leptospirosis.
3 HBoV-1 has been linked to cases of respiratory tract infection (RTI), and types 2 and 3 are mainly detected in feces from children with acute gastroenteritis (AGE) or in asymptomatic cases for both syndromes.
Validation of the clinical dehydration scale for children with acute gastroenteritis.
In 2001, VSP and the cruise industry expanded the diarrheal illness case definition to include acute gastroenteritis to more thoroughly detect and respond to illnesses that cause diarrhea and vomiting (4).
The benefits of antiemetic and anti-nausea drug use in children with acute gastroenteritis is controversial.
Postrenal failure due to bilateral obstructive ureteral stones after acute gastroenteritis with viral infection in infants has been mainly reported in Japan [3-6].
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.
The Verigene Enteric Pathogens Test (EP) (510(k) cleared) is a multiplexed, automated test for the detection of the most common causes of acute gastroenteritis, including Salmonella, Shigella, Campylobacter, Vibrio, Yersinia enterocolitica, Shiga Toxin 1, Shiga Toxin 2, Norovirus, and Rotavirus.
Hospitalizations for acute gastroenteritis in children aged 5 years and younger plummeted after routine rotavirus vaccination was implemented in 2006, with rotavirus-specific hospitalizations plunging 94% and all-cause gastroenteritis hospitalizations dropping 55% in the most recent year for which data are available, according to a report published in JAMA.
One hundred twenty-seven Turkish children (median age, 12 months; range, 3-60 months) hospitalized with acute gastroenteritis of 12 to 72 hours' duration were randomly assigned to receive, in single-blind fashion, conventional therapy with or without 108 colony-forming units per day of Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938 for 5 days.
Norovirus is the most common cause of acute gastroenteritis in the United States, with up to 12 million illnesses each year resulting in up to 71,000 hospitalizations and about 800 deaths, according to health officials.
Consuming raw oysters contaminated with these pathogens can lead to the onset of acute gastroenteritis, which can cause diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal cramps.
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