Stomach flu Archive
Keep food safe, wash hands to prevent intestine outbreaks Plagued by watery diarrhea and stomach cramps? It may be due an intestinal infection called cyclosporiasis. At the moment the US Food and Drug Administration is concerned about the multi-state spate of Cyclospora intestinal infections spread in the country. Nearly 200 cases of this infection were
Stomach flu Diagnosis The first and foremost important step in bacterial gatroenteritis is to evaluate the severity of dehydration because it can lead to irreversible kidney failure if not treated in time. This can be done by clinical examination of skin turgor, tongue moisture and urine output. Even the mental state may be an indication
Bacterial gastroenteritis also known as summer flu is the infection of the stomach and intestine, particularly small intestine, caused by bacteria. The most common route of spread is feco-oral transmission meaning that fecal particles gain entry to the gut through the mouth. Most cases arise with ingesting contaminated food and water and is more frequently
Viral gastroenteritis is often called the “stomach flu.” Swelling or inflammation of the gastric mucosa is observed, due to the viral contamination. Infection often results in vomiting and diarrhea. How is it spread of gastroenteritis Viral gastroenteritis can affect one person or group of people who have consumed the same type of food or drinking
The stomach virus usually known as stomach flu includes swelling of the digestive system of the digestive system and abdomen called gastroenteritis. A abdomen virus is often passed on quickly. Ann Frankowski MD lecturer of pediatric medicine at Vermont Kid’s Medical center in Burlington prefers to use the term abdomen bug to explain a group of viruses that
Main stomach flu symptoms are diarrhea and vomiting. In viral gastroenteritis known as stomach flu was observed elevated temperature to 38 degrees Celsius.