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Pediatric Diarrhea

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Pediatric Diarrhea by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Pediatric GI Pathology.


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    1. Rotavirus
    2. Norwalk virus
    3. Carona virus
    4. E. Coli
    5. Adenovirus
    1. Feco-oral route
    2. Exposure to aerosols
    3. Exposure to new food diet
    4. Passes through saliva
    1. Day care attendance
    2. Playing in fresh water streams
    3. Keeping reptiles as pets
    4. Consumption of contaminated eggs
    5. Exposure to contaminated milk
    1. Salmonella
    2. Shigella
    3. Campylobacter jejuni
    4. Rota virus
    5. Vibrio cholera
    1. Antibiotics
    2. Antivirals
    3. Antituberculous
    4. Antifungal
    5. Antiparasitic
    1. Secretory diarrhea is always infectious
    2. In Osmotic diarrhea, the stool volume increases by absorption of more water into the bowel
    3. Osmotic diarrhea decreases when fasting is performed
    4. In secretory diarrhea, the stool volume does not depend on diet
    5. In secretory diarrhea, the stool volume increases due to the production of mucus
    1. Metronidazole
    2. Vancomycin
    3. Co-trimoxazole
    4. Ampicillin
    5. Supportive therapy
    1. Provide the complete course of vancomycin
    2. Repeat the complete course of metronidazole
    3. Give a short course of vancomycin
    4. Give alternate antibiotic of amoxicillin
    5. It's self-limiting and does not require further treatment

    Author of lecture Pediatric Diarrhea

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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