A suspected cholera case was defined as the occurrence of acute watery diarrhea
in any person aged >2 years seen at a camp health facility on or after November 18, 2015, or in a child aged <2 years who was epidemiologically linked to a confirmed cholera case.
Material and Methods: Total 246 children, hospitalized with complaints of non-bloody acute watery diarrhea
at the time of admission were included.
Unicef calls for the prevention and treatment of acute watery diarrhea
and cholera in Yemen.
"This could not come at a worse time for the children of Yemen reeling from violence, malnutrition and an outbreak of diseases including acute watery diarrhea
CAOn May 5, the ICRC had doubled its budget for Yemen to meet increasing humanitarian demand, but the sudden hike in patient numbers have made hospitals in Sana'a unable to accommodate the large number of patients of Acute Watery Diarrhea
Patients suffering from acute watery diarrhea
may also confront other corporal problems such as abdominal pain, malaise, flatulence, nausea, vomiting and fever.
This was followed by fever (1,300), acute watery diarrhea
(754), skin diseases (600), high blood pressure (464), acute asthma attack (186), open wounds and bruises or burns (161), and fever with other symptoms (157).
Gutierrez, "Racecadotril in the treatment of acute watery diarrhea
in children," The New England Journal of Medicine, vol.
On October 19, 2010, HAS began to receive male patients without underlying medical conditions who had acute watery diarrhea
The water so disinfected would be free of bacteria causing diseases like acute watery diarrhea
, cholera, typhoid, hepatitis and gastrointestinal problems, which are leading cause of increased loss of Disability-Adjusted Life Years (DALYs).
Impact of zinc supplementation in malnourished children with acute watery diarrhea
. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 46(5): 259-263.