diarrhoeal


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Synonyms for diarrhoeal

of or relating to diarrhea

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[22,23] This approach attenuates the effects of temperature on diarrhoeal infections, potentially counterbalancing the impacts of climate change on case burden.
On average, mortality estimates were higher for diarrhoeal disease than violence in under 15-year-olds - except in Libya, Iraq and Syria.
Oundo, "Characterization and factors associated with diarrhoeal diseases caused by enteric bacterial pathogens among children aged five years and below attending Igembe District Hospital, Kenya," The Pan African Medical Journal, vol.
Diarrhoeal patient charts that are diagnosed and treated for acute diarrhoeal disease in BGH from January to December 2015 were used.
The letter states: "As a precautionary measure, Public Health England advise that any parent whose child develops a diarrhoeal illness in the next ten days should contact their GP."
DISCUSSION: Proper use and availability of ORS has proven its role in reducing the morbidity and mortality associated with acute diarrhoeal diseases.
Like other hospitals of Bangladesh and in other developing countries, the caseload of clinically diagnosed Down syndrome children having diarrhea is not uncommon at the Dhaka Hospital of the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr, b), the only international organization that works on diarrhea disease research.
Acute respiratory infections, notably pneumonia, and diarrhoeal diseases are the first and second leading causes of death among young children, respectively.
People infected with diarrhea lose both water and electrolyte, causing dehydration and some time deaths.1.8 million deaths occurs per year due to diarrhoeal disease1.6 million deaths occur in children less than five years [11].
New York, Mar 22 (Xinhua-ANI): The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said Thursday that almost 90 percent of children deaths from diarrhoeal diseases are directly linked to contaminated water, lack of sanitation, or inadequate hygiene.
we have been notified of several sixth-formers who have been experiencing diarrhoeal symptoms with one case confirmed as cryptosporidium.
A WHO training manual for diarrhoeal illness (23) was followed by the study physician to train a study nurse and 12 community health workers (CHWs) who were recruited to maintain rapport with families and collect information on births in the study area.
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) established the "Cholera Research Centre" in Calcutta in 1962 for conducting research on the prevention and control of cholera and other diarrhoeal diseases.
Meanwhile, examinations should be sufficiently staggered to pick up side-effects such as 'severe skin reactions and antibiotic-associated diarrhoeal disease'.