Have you heard of infant diarrhoea? Know that it is different from pooping as often as after every feeding which is normal for babies. The stool quality is typically soft if the baby is breastfed. After the introduction of solids, the baby stool firms up a bit and the texture may change from time to time depending on the digestion and tolerance levels.. Any change of diaper more than 5 times a day where the stool is softer, dark or light green in color and watery than normal with the baby seeming tired and dehydrated, means a bout of infant diarrhoea. There are different levels of dehydration which can be serious and fatal for the baby. At any cost, the baby should be given plenty of fluids to compensate for the electrolyte loss.. Diarrhoea can be due to any of the following reasons -. ...
Microvillus inclusion disease, also known as Davidsons disease, congenital microvillus atrophy and, less specifically, microvillus atrophy (note: microvillus is often misspelled as microvillous), is a rare genetic disorder of the small intestine that is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern. It is characterized by chronic, intractable diarrhea in new-born infants, starting in the first few days of life. This results in metabolic acidosis and severe dehydration.[citation needed] Pregnancy and birth are usually normal. It is caused by a congenital atrophy of apical microvilli and intracellular accumulation of apical enzymes in the epithelial cells of the small intestine. Prenatal screening in utero is currently offered by several medical centers since the gene(s) involved in the disease were recently discovered to be MYO5B; Diagnosis is typically made by biopsy of the small intestine. The appearance of microvillous inclusion disease on light microscopy is similar to celiac sprue; however, ...
Although great strides have been made in reducing diarrhoea mortality, especially as a result of the increased use of oral rehydration therapy (ORT), diarrhoea remains the second leading cause of death in children under 5 years of age, after pneumonia.4 It is responsible for an estimated 1.7 billion cases of diarrhoea, or on average 2.9 episodes/child/year, and an estimated 1.87 million deaths among children under 5 years of age.5 The highest burden of disease is in children in the age range of 6-11 months: 4.5 episodes/child/year.6 It has been estimated that 50% of diarrhoea deaths can be attributed to persistent diarrhoea,7 and while ORT can prevent many deaths from acute diarrhoeal diseases,8 access to appropriate treatment is often limited in resource-poor settings.. The relationship between diarrhoeal disease and malnutrition is complex, though it is well accepted that malnourished children suffer more frequent episodes of diarrhoeal disease, while a childs nutritional status is affected ...
This survey, the first in an annual series, is designed to monitor trends in a wide range of social attitudes in Great Britain. The British Social Attitudes Survey (BSA) is similar in purpose to the General Social Survey carried out by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) in the United States. The BSA questionnaire had two parts, one administered by an interviewer and the other completed by the respondent. This survey contained questions on political orientation, including attitudes toward the parties, likely voting behavior in the next British General Election, political tolerance, and relations with other nations. Other topics include beliefs and expectations concerning both national and personal economic conditions, attitudes toward government spending and programs, social problems such as crime and racial prejudice, and attitudes toward marriage and sexual mores. Additional demographic data gathered included age, gender, education, occupation, household income, marital status, social ...
This survey is part of a continuing series designed to monitor trends in a wide range of social attitudes in Great Britain. The British Social Attitudes Survey (BSA) is similar in purpose to the General Social Survey carried out by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) in the United States. The BSA questionnaire has two parts, one administered by an interviewer and the other completed by the respondent. As in the past, the 1990 interview questionnaire contained a number of core questions covering the major topic areas of defense, the economy, labor market participation, and the welfare state. The 1990 self-enumerated questionnaire was devoted to a series of questions on a range of social, economic, political, and moral issues. Topics covered (by section) are: (1) Britains relations with other countries, (2) the role of government and civil liberties, (3) crime, (4) the countryside, (5) divorce, (6) education, (7) the environment, (8) housing, (9) the child care system, (10) health care, ...
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Rotavirus (RV) infection causes acute infantile diarrhoea in humans and animals and remains a major concern for vaccine development. The close proximity of humans to animals may foster cross-species infection resulting in the emergence of novel/unusual strains by genetic reassortment. In this study, we characterized 500 diarrhoeal samples for group A rotaviruses (RVA) from children (n = 290), piglets (n = 95) and calves (n = 115) in Northeast India during 2012-2013. The data showed that 142/500 (28·4%) faecal samples were positive for RVA with the highest level of infection detected in piglets (57/142, 40·1%) followed by children (51/142, 35·9%) and calves (34/142, 23·9%). Sequence-based G- and P-typing showed G1P[8] (25%) and G1P[7] (35%) were the prevailing genotypes in both humans and animals. Single cases of unusual genotypes, i.e. G9P[8], G5P[8] in humans and G1P[13], G1P[23] and G3P[7] in animals were also identified. Cluster analyses of the sequences showed regional strains were ...
10 Product Awareness Attitude & Usage Survey Questions with sample questionnaire template. These survey questions evaluate some preliminary product awareness, discovery, usage, and attitude towards the product. Use this sample survey to understand consumer awareness of your product / services.
October 2017: Minorities Report 2017: attitudes to sexual and gender minorities around the world. Download the publication. Download country-specific data (Word , Excel). Data included in this report shows that knowing someone in sexual and gender minorities communities has significant positive effect on attitudes towards them. Findings also demonstrate that a majority of people feel they can respect their religion and their culture and be accepting of sexual and gender diversity - evidence that strongly counters the discriminatory, and often dangerous messages, delivered by religious or political leaders.. ...
This news release describes the results of the Bank of Englands latest quarterly survey of public attitudes to inflation, undertaken in November 2012.
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Public Health England commissioned a set of questions on obesity as part of the British Social Attitudes survey to inform its future work.
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ABSTRACT: In a double blind trial a glycine fortified oral glucose electrolyte solution was evaluated in a group of infants and small children (n = 25) with moderate to severe dehydration due to acute diarrhoea, and was compared with a matched control group (n = 26) receiving only glucose based oral rehydration solution. It is seen that the diarrhoea stool output, duration of diarrhoea, and volume of oral rehydration fluid required to achieve and maintain hydration are significantly lower in the group receiving glycine fortified glucose electrolyte solution. The possibility of developing an oral rehydration solution which could also act as an absorption promoting drug is discussed. ...
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The new formula Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS), released by the World Health Organization (WHO) today, will save millions of lives and reduce the severity of illness of those suffering from acute diarrhea. ORS is a sodium and glucose solution that is widely used to treat children with acute diarrhea, a serious killer of children under five worldwide.
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Objective: The effectiveness of probiotic therapy for acute rotavirus infectious diarrhoea in an indigenous setting with bacterial/parasitic diarrhoea is unclear. In the present study, we assessed the efficacy of probiotics in Australian Aboriginal children in the Northern Territory admitted to hospital with diarrhoeal disease.. Patients and Methods: A randomised double-blind placebo-controlled study was conducted in Aboriginal children (ages 4 months-2 years), admitted to hospital with acute diarrhoeal disease (,3 loose stools per day). Children received either oral Lactobacillus GG (5 × 109 colony-forming units 3 times per day for 3 days; n = 33) or placebo (n = 31). Small intestinal functional capacity was assessed by the noninvasive 13C-sucrose breath test on days 1 and 4.. Results: Both groups showed mean improvement in the sucrose breath test after 4 days; however, there was no difference (mean, 95% confidence interval) between probiotic (2.9 [cumulative percentage of dose recovered at 90 ...
Diarrhoea, diarrhea, diarrhoeal diseases, dehydration and oral rehydration are the focus of Rehydration Project. We create and support diarrhoea management programs that rehydrate a dehydrated child through the promotion of oral rehydration salts [ORS]. We also promote breastfeeding, achieving and maintaining high levels of immunization, improving access to clean water and safe sanitation and encourage hygiene education.
A total of 383 children aged less than 5 years suffering from acute watery diarrhoea or dysentery were studied in hospital to determine the rate of persistent diarrhoea. Altogether 335 (87.5%) recovered within 13 days. Only in 48 (12.5%) did the diarrhoea continue for 14 days or more, and they were considered as having persistent diarrhoea. Children aged between 7 and 18 months had a significantly increased incidence of persistent diarrhoea. Children suffering from grade II-IV malnutrition constituted the majority (70.8%) of those with persistent diarrhoea. Higher rates of isolation of Shigella flexneri, Shigella dysenteriae 1, and Salmonella typhimurium were observed among patients with persistent diarrhoea than in those with diarrhoea of shorter duration. No positive correlations were observed between the clinical severity of disease at hospital admission and measles. Breast fed babies were not prone to persistent diarrhoea.. ...
In most cases of food poisoning, you can relieve your symptoms at home without needing to see a doctor.. The most important thing is to make sure you dont become dehydrated, as this will make you feel worse and slow your recovery time.. Dehydration is a risk because fluid is lost through vomiting and diarrhoea. Aim to drink at least two litres (3.5 pints) of water a day, as well as 200ml (one-third of a pint) of water every time you pass diarrhoea.. If you are more vulnerable to the effects of dehydration (for example, if you are elderly or already have a health condition), oral rehydration salts are recommended.. They are available in sachets from pharmacies. You dissolve them in water to drink and they help to replace salt, glucose and other important minerals that your body loses through dehydration.. If you have a kidney condition, some types of oral rehydration salts may not be suitable for you. Ask your pharmacist or GP for advice about this.. Here are some further ways to cope with your ...
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Infectious diarrhoea ranks among the leading causes of morbidity worldwide. Although most acute diarrhoeal episodes are self-limiting, the diagnosis and treatment of persistent diarrhoea (≥2 weeks) are cumbersome and require laboratory identification of the causative pathogen. Stool-based PCR assays have greatly improved the previously disappointing pathogen detection rates in high-income countries, but there is a paucity of quality data from tropical settings. We performed a case-control study to elucidate the spectrum of intestinal pathogens in patients with persistent diarrhoea and asymptomatic controls in southern Côte dIvoire. Stool samples from 68 patients and 68 controls were obtained and subjected to molecular multiplex testing with the Luminex(®) Gastrointestinal Pathogen Panel (GPP), microscopy and rapid antigen detection tests for the diagnosis of diarrhoeagenic pathogens. Overall, 20 different bacteria, parasites and viruses were detected by the suite of diagnostic methods ...
Treatment of Diarrhea is more than three loose, liquid stools in a single day. Diarrhea can be, Acute - occurring suddenly, and lasting briefly, Chronic - long-term, Recurring - occurring in recurrent episodes, Diarrhea depletes your body of fluids and electrolytes. If you lose too much fluid, you can become dehydrated. Diarrhea is particularly dangerous for babies, young children, and elderly people, Diarrhea, Acute Diarrhea, Bloating Diarrhea, Blood Diarrhea, Causes Of Diarrhea, Diarrhea Symptoms, Diarrhea Treatment, Chronic Diarrhea, Diarrhea Cures, Diarrhea Disease, Diarrhea Infection, Diarrhea Medicine, Diarrhea Pain, Diarrhea Rash, Sickness And Diarrhea, Stomach Virus, Bacterial Diarrhea, Diarrhea Illness, Viral Diarrhea
Multi-nutrient supplementation may be unsafe in malaria-endemic areas, particularly in young children with iron deficiency. Thus the recommendation by the World Health Organization that iron supplements should be administered routinely to iron-deficient infants in settings with adequate access to anti-malarial treatment is insufficiently supported by evidence and should be reconsidered. The results presented in this PhD thesis underscore that supplementation or home fortification, even when targeting deficient subgroups in settings with access to adequate primary care, should not be recommended in malaria-endemic areas until their safety has been demonstrated.. [Note: Full copy of PhD thesis attached]. ...
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Every year, 550 million people get sick and 230,000 die from diarrheal diseases. Through the Global Acute Diarrheal Diseases (GADD) program, the Global Health Units partners have increased the number of responders and strengthened outbreak detection and surveillance systems.. ...
Background: Acute Gastroenteritis is one of the most and frequent disease in the childhood, today exist strong evidence of beneficial effect of use of zinc in acute diarrhea in children over 6 months. but there are not enough clinical trials to show this beneficial effect on children under 6 months.. Objectives: To evaluate the effect of zinc in the treatment of children under 6 months age with acute diarrhea.. Methods: A randomized clinical trial, controlled, double-blind. The investigators will have two groups of patients : One group will receive zinc plus oral rehydration and the other one will receive placebo plus oral rehydration; the parameters of evaluation are going to be the duration of diarrheal episode, number of diarrhea stools by day, weight of stool, nutritional state. ...
Diarrhea is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality globally; yet the overall burden of diarrhea in terms of duration and severity has not been quantified. As improvements in treatment lead to decreases in diarrhea mortality, it is important to understand the substantial impact of diarrhea morbidity on disability among children and adults worldwide. We conducted a systematic review to generate estimates of duration and severity outcomes for individuals 0-59 mos, 5-15 yrs, and ≥ 16 yrs, and for 3 severity indexes: mild, moderate, and severe. We estimate that among children under-five, 64.8% of diarrheal episodes are mild, 34.7% are moderate, and 0.5% are severe. On average, mild episodes last 4.3 days, and severe episodes last 8.4 days and cause dehydration in 84.6% of cases. We estimate that among older children and adults, 95% of episodes are mild; 4.95% are moderate; and 0.05% are severe. Among individuals ≥ 16 yrs, severe episodes typically last 2.6 days and cause dehydration in 92.8% of cases
In the second of two posts guest blogger Oliver Sabot from the Clinton Health Access Initiative reflects on the challenge and opportunity of scaling-up access to effective treatment for diarrhea, the second largest cause of child mortality globally. The posts reflect on a visit to a program to improve the use of zinc and oral rehydration salts to treat diarrhea in a rural area of the Indian state of Gujarat run by the nonprofit Family Health International 360.. As I have described the potential impact of scaling-up zinc and ORS to potential supporters over the past year, I have been frequently met with a whats-the-catch wariness as if we are selling a sure-thing stock: if this is such a great opportunity, why hasnt everyone else jumped on it? There are certainly some who have championed zinc and ORS over the past decade and made remarkable gains given the obstacles, but their voices have generally been drowned in a sea of indifference. I cannot provide them with a clear answer why much of the ...
J Diarrhoeal Dis Res. 1990 Mar-Jun;8(1-2):18-23. Feasibility of home treatment of diarrhoea with packaged rice--ORS. Rahman AM1, Bari A. Author information Abstract Feasibility of home treatment of diarrhoea with packaged rice-based oral rehydration salts (R-ORS) was compared, in terms of cost, with that for glucose-ba
Children can have acute and chronic forms of diarrhea. Causes include bacteria, viruses, parasites, medications, functional bowel disorders, and food sensitivities. Infection with the rotavirus is the most common cause of acute childhood diarrhea. Rotavirus diarrhea usually resolves in 3 to 9 days. Children who are 6 to 32 weeks old can be vaccinated against the virus with a vaccine called Rotateq.. If your child has diarrhea, do not hesitate to call the doctor for advice. Diarrhea is especially dangerous in newborns and infants, leading to dehydration in just a day or two. A child can die from dehydration within a few days. The main treatment for diarrhea in children is rehydration to replace lost fluid quickly.. Take your child to the doctor if there is no improvement after 24 hours or if any of the following symptoms appear:. ...
ORS Day is celebrated every year on 29th July to highlight the importance of Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS) as a cost-effective method of health intervention.
This kit includes the essentials for an adventure travel guide or mountaineer including: oral rehydration salts, diarrhea medication, water disinfection tablets, SAM splint, and enough components to care for a large group for an extended period of time ...
Objectives : This survey was conducted to assess the attitudes of medical practitioners in the European Union regarding their national spontaneous reporting scheme, to identify reasons for under-reporting and to determine what steps might be effective in increasing reporting rates. National spontaneous reporting schemes rely on health care...
Smart Pilot Projects contain relevant plans and activities for future development and activities of targeted cross-border areas in the Smart Communities and Countryside. Prior to the elaboration of concrete projects, we also conduct an attitude survey at the border settlements. The Attitude Survey - with the participation of local citizens - ensures the relevance of the elaborated border projects and determines the future development path of the region.. ...
Diarrhea occurring in infant (up to 1 year of age) is known as infantile diarrhea.Young babies, especially breastfed babies, often have very soft or liquid bowel movements. However, if your infants stools become extra watery, she may have diarrhea.
Chronic diarrhea is a common ailment that some seniors suffer with and the elderly may also be more prone to acute diarrhea than younger adults. However, some elderly people are more prone to the other extreme of bowel habit - constipation. When diarrhea does arise, it has to be established whether it is acute or chronic. The causes of both acute and chronic diarrhea can differ significantly and some of these causes may not be easily treated.. Acute diarrhea refers to diarrhea that arises suddenly, is intense but for a short period of time and resolves thereafter. It may require medical treatment or resolve on its own without ay treatment. Chronic diarrhea persists for long periods of time. Usually this is defined as diarrhea that persist for more than 4 weeks. However, recurrent diarrhea (diarrhea that comes and goes) may also be considered as chronic.. Most of the time acute diarrhea is due to infections and certain foods. This is not uncommon to any age group but the elderly may be prone to ...
It is safe to treat many cases of dog diarrhea at home, according to The Bark. Veterinarians recommend rest, hydration and a diet that is easy on the stomach, but its important to monitor the dog...
So I started to have nausea and diarrhea at 33 weeks! I am now 34 weeks and 2 days...I know that this is a sign of the body preparing for labor BUT why this early?? I might have to deal with this for another 6 plus weeks??? I had this last time with my son but it wasnt until about 40 weeks and then I was induced at 41 weeks. I am barely functional at this point!
Background: Vitamin A supplementation reduces the severity of subsequent diarrheal episodes. This study was conducted to examine the effect of single oral high-dose vitamin A supplementation on the duration of acute diarrhea in 6- to 12-month-old infants who are not malnourished. ...
Neonatal diarrhea in cattle can have a number of infectious causes. Many of them are self limited and will resolve on their own, BUT may kill a calf in the interim by causing severe dehydration. We are posting this because we get a lot
Scientists are delighted with a study that suggests vaccines and antibiotics just need to target six pathogens to tackle most cases of childhood diarrhea.
Last night I went to Taco Bell Since then I havent been feeling well I shouldnt have eaten that one last chalupa The gas Ive had you wouldnt believe But even the farts just couldnt relieve The pain that comes from having diarrhea Diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhe…..a I had a big lunch this afternoon And then I ate twelve macaroons Followed by a calzone from the pizzeria Thats when my stomach started to hurt I had the runs, the shits, the squirts My butthole burned because I had diarrhea Diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhe…..a We went out on Christmas Day To an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet Eating my weight in kung pow was a bad idea I felt a rumble as I licked my plate I ran for the bathroom but it was too late My pants were already filled with diarrhea Diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhe…..a (Captain Wayne) ...
Acute diarrhea is one of the most commonly reported illnesses in the United States, second only to respiratory infections. Worldwide, it is a leading cause of mortality in children younger than four years old, especially in the developing world. Diarrhea that lasts less than 2 weeks is termed acute diarrhea. Persistent diarrhea lasts between 2 and 4 weeks. Chronic diarrhea lasts longer than 4 weeks ...
Nearly 30% of people in the UK are unable to identify any of the risk factors for developing dementia, according to new findings from the British Social Attitudes survey, on behalf of Public Health England