CALL FOR ABSTRACT 12THGHUCG TRACK 20: GASTROENTERITIS
Overview of Gastroenteritis
The “stomach flu” is a common term for this illness. You most likely got gastroenteritis rather than the flu. Inflammation of the gut lining brought on by a virus, bacteria, or parasites is known as gastroenteritis. The second most prevalent illness in the United States is gastroenteritis caused by a virus. A norovirus infection is the most common culprit. An infected person’s contact with contaminated food or drink might transmit it. Washing your hands frequently is the greatest way to avoid infection.
Diarrhea, vomiting, headache, fever, and chills are all signs of gastroenteritis. Most people are able to bounce back on their own.
Dehydration is the most prevalent side effect of gastroenteritis, which can lead to further complications. Not drinking enough fluids to replenish the fluids lost through vomiting and diarrhoea might result in dehydration. Babies, small children, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems are especially at risk of dehydration.
What are the different kinds of gastrointestinal illnesses?
Viral gastroenteritis can be caused by a variety of different viruses.
- Infectious gastroenteritis is the most prevalent cause of Norovirus. Symptoms often begin within two days after exposure and remain for three to eight days.
Do you know what causes gastroenteritis?
Inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract’s inner lining is the hallmark of viral gastroenteritis. Rotavirus, norovirus, and adenovirus can all cause it. Rotavirus vaccination is an option for infants. Nausea, vomiting, and watery diarrhoea are all signs of gastroenteritis caused by a virus.
Viral gastroenteritis: what are my treatment options?
Viral gastroenteritis usually resolves on its own, without the need for medical intervention. Dehydration can result from depletion of fluids and electrolytes in viral gastroenteritis. Taking over-the-counter medications to alleviate your symptoms is an option in some circumstances.
Following a restricted diet does not aid in the treatment of viral gastroenteritis. Viral gastroenteritis can cause vomiting or a loss of appetite for a brief period of time. Generally speaking, you can resume your normal diet as soon as your appetite returns, even if you still have diarrhoea. Find out what to eat if you have a stomach bug caused by a virus.
Never put off seeing a doctor if your child shows signs of viral gastroenteritis, such as vomiting or diarrhoea.
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Diarrhea that is bloody is usually indicative of a more serious infection, as opposed to the more
– common watery diarrhoea.
– Vomiting and/or diarrhoea.
– Pain and cramping in the stomach.
– Muscle aches or a headache may occur from time to time.
– Fever at a low level
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List of Gastroenteritis Association
Association of With Gastroenteritis
Association of the Presence of Gastroenterology
Association of Bile Duct and Gastroenteritis
Gastrointestinal imaging Health Physicians Association
International Society for Gastrointestinal Surgery
Gastroenterology Associates of Ohio
The Gastroenterology Health Physicians Association
Gastroenterology Health Associates of Northern Michigan
Gastroenterology Health Associates of Texas
Gastroenterology Disorders Associates and MDTEC
Gastroenterology Disease Associates of Central Florida
Gastroenterology Disease Associates of York County
List of Gastroenterology Society
Society of Gastroenteritis
British Society of Gastroenteritis
The European Society of Gastroenteritis
Society of Gastrointestinal Gastroenteritis
Society of Gastrointestinal and Gastroenteritis
Indian Society of Gastroenteritis
Companies of Gastrointestinal Radiology
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Toshiba Medical Systems
FUJIFILM Medical Systems
Top Gastroenterology Experts:
Dr. Ebubekir Senates
Dr. Frank Kolligs
Dr. Siegbert Rossol
Dr. Zamir Halperin
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Dr. Muharrem Coskun
Dr. Wilhelm Roentgen
Dr. Marie Curie
Dr. Raymond Vahan Damadian
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