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Acute Bacterial Diarrhea: Food-bacteria Associations

by John Fisher, MD
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    The lecture Acute Bacterial Diarrhea: Food-bacteria Associations by John Fisher, MD is from the course Gastrointestinal Infections. It contains the following chapters:

    • Acute Bacterial Diarrhea (Food-bacteria Associations) – Signs/Symptoms
    • Non-inflammatory Enteric Infection Rx (Anti-diarrheals)
    • Bacterial Diarrhea (Cautions About Antibiotic Rx)
    • Bacterial Diarrhea (Empirical Antibiotics)

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    1. Lactobacillus powder
    2. Sodium chloride
    3. Baking soda
    4. Sugar
    5. Water
    1. Bismuth subsalicylate
    2. Loperamide
    3. Popular commercial electrolyte drinks.
    4. Kaolin-pectin
    5. Chicken-rice soup
    1. Symptoms lasting longer than 1 week.
    2. Developing hemolytic-uremic syndrome.
    3. History of prior clostridium difficile colitis.
    4. Traveling in a region of high incidence of bacterial diarrhea.
    5. Age less than 12 years old.
    1. Slowing clearance of the bacteria with anti-diarrheal medication.
    2. Treating with antibiotics.
    3. Insufficient electrolyte repletion.
    4. Insufficient fluid hydration.
    5. Rapid dietary advancement.

    Author of lecture Acute Bacterial Diarrhea: Food-bacteria Associations

     John Fisher, MD

    John Fisher, MD


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