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A recent systematic review of dysnatraemias in acute gastroenteritis has confirmed that the risk of developing hyponatraemia during the management of children with dehydrating gastroenteritis is greater if hypotonic saline solutions are used.
To explore the immunoreactivities of 2016 strains, we used 7 fecal specimens from the patients with acute gastroenteritis attributed to the 2016 strains to assess relationships among these strains' genome copy numbers and the sensitivities of 5 commercial IC kits: ImmunoCatch-Noro (Eiken Chemical, Tokyo, Japan); Quick Chaser-Noro (Mizuho Medy, Tosu-shi, Japan); Quick Navi-Noro 2 (Denka Seiken, Tokyo, Japan); GE test Noro Nissui (Nissui Pharmaceutical, Tokyo, Japan); RIDA QUICK Norovirus (R-Biopharm AG, Darmstadt, Germany).
Out of 21 patients of acute gastroenteritis, 12 patients (57%) had GFR between 20-30 mL/min and 9 patients (43%) had GFR between 10-20 mL/min.
The number of outpatient visits for acute gastroenteritis fell by 90% from the pre-vaccine era to 2012-2014.
Material and Methods: One hundred and forty children with clinical diagnosis of acute gastroenteritis with mild to moderate dehydration were randomized into two equal groups.
European sociaty for pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, nutrition/Eurepean Sociaty for pediatric infectious diseases: Evidence based guidelines for the management of acute Gastroenteritis childen in Europe.
In this study, we genotyped AdVs identified in clinical stool samples from acute gastroenteritis patients in Korea.
Validation of the clinical dehydration scale for children with acute gastroenteritis. Pediatrics.
Increased rates of acute gastroenteritis illness (diarrhea or vomiting that is associated with loose stools, bloody stools, abdominal cramps, headache, muscle aches, or fever) occurred in years that novel strains of norovirus, the most common etiologic agent in cruise ship outbreaks, emerged (3).
Acute gastroenteritis can lead to severe morbidity in affected children.
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