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Acute Enteric Infect Child:

Holme

Acute Enteric Infect Child:

by Holme

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Published by Elsevier-North-Holland Biomedical Press .
Written in English


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ContributionsTord Holme (Other Contributor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages549
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7531656M
ISBN 100444803289
ISBN 109780444803283

However, a previous study has shown that RNA sequences of the novel human-infectious coronavirus, HCoV-OC43, were detected in the cerebrospinal fluid of a year-old child with acute.   Outbreaks of acute undifferentiated febrile illness (AUFI) are common in Nepal, but the exact etiology or risk factors for them often go unrecognized. Diseases like influenza, enteric fever and rickettsial fevers account for majority of such outbreaks. Optimal diagnostic tests to inform treatment decisions are not available at the : Sunil Pokharel.

  J Paediatr Child Health. Oct. 53 (10) [Medline]. Wistrom J, Jertborn M, Ekwall E, et al. Empiric treatment of acute diarrheal disease with norfloxacin. Typhoid fever, also known simply as typhoid, is a bacterial infection due to a specific type of Salmonella that causes symptoms. Symptoms may vary from mild to severe, and usually begin 6 to 30 days after exposure. Often there is a gradual onset of a high fever over several days. This is commonly accompanied by weakness, abdominal pain, constipation, headaches, and mild : Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica (spread by .

Rotavirus has been recognised for 30 years as the most common cause of infectious gastroenteritis in infants and young children. By contrast, the role of rotavirus as a pathogen in adults has long been underappreciated. Spread by faecal-oral transmission, rotavirus infection in adults typically manifests with nausea, malaise, headache, abdominal cramping, diarrhoea, and by:   Accurate knowledge of incubation period is important to investigate and to control infectious diseases and their transmission, however statements of incubation period in the literature are often uncited, inconsistent, and/or not evidence based. In a systematic review of the literature on five enteric viruses of public health importance, we found articles with incubation period estimates Cited by:


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Malnutrition is a major contributor to mortality and is increasingly recognized as a cause of, potentially lifelong, functional disability. Yet, a rate-limiting step in achieving normal nutrition may be impaired absorptive function due to multiple repeated enteric infections.

This is especially problematic in children whose diets are by:   The enteric fevers (due to Salmonella typhi and S paratyphi) cause severe illness in young children, characterised by high swinging fever, diarrhoea or constipation, leucopenia, and sometimes central nervous system involvement, including encephalopathy.

7 Encephalopathy is a rare complication of non-typhoid Salmonella by: Enteric viruses are highly contagious and a major cause of waterborne gastroenteritis in children younger than five years of age in developing world. This study examined the prevalence of enteric virus infection in children with gastroenteritis to identify risk factors for co-infections.

In total, stool samples were collected from patients with acute gastroenteritis along with samples of Cited by: 3. Frenck RW Jr, Nakhla I, Sultan Y, et al. Azithromycin versus ceftriaxone for the treatment of uncomplicated typhoid fever in children.

Clin Infect Dis ; Bhutta ZA, Khan IA, Shadmani M. Failure of short-course ceftriaxone chemotherapy for multidrug-resistant typhoid fever in children: a randomized controlled trial in Pakistan. Enteric fever: 7–18 days (3–60 days) Especially in Indian subcontinent: Acute HIV: 10–28 days (10 days to 6 weeks) Worldwide: Influenza: 1–3 days: Worldwide, can also be acquired while traveling: Legionellosis: 5–6 days (2–10 days) Widespread: Leptospirosis: 7–12 days (2–26 days) Widespread, most common Acute Enteric Infect Child: book tropical areas.

Pernica JM, Steenhoff AP, Mokomane M, Moorad B, Lechiile K, Smieja M, et al. Rapid enteric testing to permit targeted antimicrobial therapy, with and without Lactobacillus reuteri probiotics, for paediatric acute diarrhoeal disease in Botswana: a pilot, randomized, factorial, controlled trial.

PLoS One. ;12(10):eAuthor: Ivan D. Florez, Ivan D. Florez, Laura F. Niño-Serna, Claudia P. Beltrán-Arroyave. The aim of this article is to define the currently accepted role of antibacterials in the treatment of acute gastroenteritis in children.

Most cases of acute gastroenteritis in children are viral, self-limited, and need only supportive treatment. Appropriate fluid and electrolyte therapy, with close attention to nutrition, remain central to Cited by:   Malnutrition is well recognized as a widespread health problem with consequences that are both acute and, even more often, long-term.

Both acute and underlying effects contribute to mortality, either directly or indirectly (through weakened defenses against other diseases such as malaria, respiratory, or diarrheal diseases).Cited by:   Enteric and non-enteric adenoviruses associated with acute gastroenteritis in pediatric patients in Thailand, to Article (PDF Available).

Acute gastritis is a sudden inflammation or swelling in the lining of the stomach. It causes severe, nagging, yet temporary pain. A number of things may cause acute gastritis, including injury.

Chief, Respiratory and Enteric Viruses Branch, MS A34, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, USA Search for more papers by this author Albert DME Osterhaus.

Modern Principles of Oral Rehydration Therapy in Treatment of Acute Enteric Infections In Children. The paper deals with basic principles of oral rehydration therapy in children with infectious diarrhea, which occur with the development of exsicosis.

It was emphasized that prescription of oral rehydration therapy promotes more rapid recovery of Author: Abaturov, O.N. Gerasimenko, I.L. Vysochina, Ye.L. Krivusha, O.A. Yermolaeva, I.A. Girina. BMC Infect Dis. Sep Lee N, Chan MC, Wong B, et al. Fecal viral concentration and diarrhea in norovirus gastroenteritis.

Emerg Infect Dis. Sep. 13(9) [Guideline] American Academy of Pediatrics. Practice parameter: the management of acute gastroenteritis in young children.

Although substantial progress has been made in reducing diarrhoeal deaths among children in low-income and middle-income countries, from approximately 16 million in to in ,1 sustaining these improvements will require additional strategies and approaches. These global estimates largely reflect deaths due to acute dehydration and electrolyte imbalance, which are temporally Author: Judd L Walson, Patricia B Pavlinac.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. The following evidence-based guidelines for management of infants, children, adolescents, and adults in the United States with acute or persistent infectious diarrhea were prepared by an expert panel assembled by the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) and replace guidelines published in [].Public health aspects of diarrhea associated with foodborne Cited by: K.

Warriner, in Improving the Safety of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables, Enteric viruses. Enteric viruses only reproduce within the human host and all follow the fecal–oral route of transmission (Cliver, ).The most significant characteristic of enteric viruses is the ease by which they can be transferred from person to person and the low infectious dose.

Inthe American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) formulated and published practice guidelines for the management of acute gastroenteritis in children.

[] The AAP continues to update these guidelines [] and/or endorses those from other health organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. [] Use the following parameters to assess the degree of dehydration: blood.

Although enteric multianalyte syndromic panels are increasingly employed, direct comparisons with traditional methods and the inclusion of host phenotype correlations are limited. Luminex xTAG gastrointestinal pathogen panel (GPP) and culture results are highly concordant. However, phenotypic and microbiological confirmatory testing raises concerns regarding the accuracy Cited by: 2.

VII Transmission of acute non-bacterial gastroenteritis to volunteers: Evidence for two different etiologic agents J. Exper. Med. () A.Z. Kapikian, R.G. Wyatt, R. Dolin, Visualization by immune electron microscopy of a 27 nm particle associated with acute infectious nonbacterial gastroenteritis J.

Virol. () Cited by: Kapoor A, Simmonds P, Slikas E, et al. Human bocaviruses are highly diverse, dispersed, recombination prone, and prevalent in enteric infections.

J Infect Dis ; Mansbach JM, Pelletier AJ, Camargo CA Jr. US outpatient office visits for bronchiolitis. Acute gastroenteritis is responsible observed in all age groups, especially infants and children. The etiology and clinical course of acute gastroenteritis may vary with age and etiological agents.

In developing countries, the morbidity and mortality associated with infectious diarrhea is higher in children younger than aim of this study was to determine the prevalence Cited by: 7.The management of acute diarrhea in children: oral rehydration, maintenance, and nutritional therapy.

MMWR ;41[No. RR]), and this report updates those recommendations. This report reviews the historical background and scientific basis of ORT and provides a framework for assessing and treating infants and children who have acute diarrhea.to be important for maintaining enteric fever in endemic areas [21,22].

Acute enteric fever cases often coincide with the peak of the wet season in tropical and subtropical locations, consistent with an association with contaminated water, and several out-breaks have been directly linked to contaminated water sources [23].

Disease is presumably.