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fecal route, and stoolrelated diseases

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  • 1. ALVINE Definition Causative Signs and Symptoms Diagnosis Prevention Treatment DISCHARGE Agents DISEASE Cholera Acute, entero-toxin Profuse, watery Stool culture Hygiene IV therapy and fluid mediated GI infection diarrhea after 24-72 Darkfield Immunization replacement caused by gram hours of ingestion of microscopy antibiotics negative rod Vibrio contaminated food (shooting star cholerae and drinks motility) Vomiting immunoflourescenc Rice-watery stools e Distended abdomen Singns of dehydration Hepatitis A fairly common systemic Hepatits Fatigue Detection of Standard Immunoglobulin disease marked by A,B,C,D,E,G Anorexia antibody against precaution Adequate rest hepatic cell destruction, virus Malaise Hep A High caloric diet necrosis and autolysis, Depression High protein diet leading to anorexia, Atralgia jaundice and Myalgia hepatomegaly Photophobia Nausea Vomiting Jaundice pruritis Dysentery Acute intestinal infection Shigella Nausea Stool exam and Contact (Bacillary that causes high fever dyseteriae Abdominal pain culture precautions Dysentery) and acute, self-limiting Diarrhea DAT Nutritional support diarrheas w/ tenesmus; it Hyperactive bowel antibiotics may also cause sounds electrolyte imbalance Signs of dehydration and dehydration Salmonellosis Caused by gram- Salmonella Nausea Antibiotics negative bacilli of the typhi Vomiting Genus salmonella Enteritidis Diarrhea Enterocolitis and Choleraesuis Fever bacteremia are Chills common in children and Anorexia elderly patients Anaemia Blood or stool culture Widal’s test