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Stratified chi square test was applied to compare the association of various risk factors with acute diarrhea after stratification based on the educational status of mothers.
Zinc is used for treatment and prevention of zinc deficiency and its consequences, including stunted growth and acute diarrhea in children, and slow wound healing.
(2014) treated horses suffering from acute diarrhea but all horses died even after intensive management.
Acute diarrhea is a major disease caused by various pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and parasites in all humans, but especially in children aged under 5 years.
Four days ago late night a baby was brought to trauma center she was suffering from acute Diarrhea .
Whether acute or chronic, the National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases defines diarrhea as "loose, watery stools three or more times a day." Acute diarrhea can last a day or up to a week, while chronic diarrhea continues for four weeks or more.
In conjunction, Elanco will a reimburse Jaguar for Canalevia-related expenses, including reimbursement for Canalevia-related expenses in Q4 2016, certain development and regulatory expenses related to Jaguar's planned target animal safety study and the completion of Jaguar's field study of Canalevia for acute diarrhea in dogs.
Children with acute diarrhea and positive stool rotavirus antigen test (SD Bioline Rota kit test followed by RT-PCR) were included.
675 Malnourished Children with Acute Diarrhea. Arch Dis Child 2012; 97: A195
Background: Acute diarrhea remains the serious problem in developing countries, especially among children under 5 years of age.
In a literature review published recently in JAMA, DuPont advises medical practitioners to be alert when diagnosing persistent versus acute diarrhea in patients.
Cholera, which is transmitted through contaminated drinking water and causes acute diarrhea, is endemic in the region, and head of WHO's cholera unit Dominique Legros warned that the looming rainy season, with a "very bad" forecast, threatened to push the outbreak beyond Tanzania's border.
The Pediatric Department sources informed here on Friday that the common problems with which the pediatric patients are suffering include acute diarrhea, pneumonia and seizure disorders.
Other cases recorded were for acute diarrhea, fever, conjunctivitis, skin disease and high blood pressure.
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