diarrhoea


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diarrhoea

(esp US), diarrhea
frequent and copious discharge of abnormally liquid faeces
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Over 1,800 children diagnosed with gastro-related complications and diarrhoea were brought to the National Institute of Child Health (NICH) while 1,100 children with same the complaints were taken to the Sindh Government Children Hospital.
In most cases, the co-package has proven to be significantly less expensive than purchasing the two products separately.The decision follows a global effort led by the Diarrhoea Innovations Group committed to reducing the global burden diarrheal diseases to make ORS and zinc more accessible in low-resource settings.
Exploring the link between foodhygiene practices and diarrhoea among the children of garments worker mothers in dhaka.
The International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b) and the capital's other hospitals have been flooded with diarrhoea patients since the beginning of May, amid sultry summer weather.
Public health agency the US Food and Drug Administration reported on Friday that it has approved Aemcolo (rifamycin) for the treatment of adult patients with travellers diarrhoea under its Qualified Infectious Disease Product (QIDP) designation.
Although diarrhoea causes discomfort and at times stomach aches, it is one condition that should not be taken for granted as it can cause death, especially when dehydration occurs.
In an interview with BOPA recently, Mahalapye District Hospital public relations officer, Ms Pauline Bontle said health practitioners had engaged the sub-district leadership and the community through different fora since the outbreak of diarrhoea.
The workshop was organised by Nutrition International (NI) on diarrhoea prevention and management in children younger than five years.
The details of the number of Diarrhoea affected children admitted and treated in various hospitals is not maintained centrally.
According to 2018 data large number of death rate increases due to diarrhoea. However, 90% of them are children and these children soon meet their maker.
Having antibiotics packed in the bags allows their use - against recommendations - also for mild and moderate diarrhoea, i.e.
Kandala, "Accounting for recent trends in the prevalence of diarrhoea in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): Results from consecutive cross-sectional surveys," BMJ Open, vol.