Diarrhea related to pathogenic germs

Diarrhea related to pathogenic germs
This type of diarrhea (dysentery) represents about half of diarrhea found in humans: are triggered by bacteria such as Shigella or Salmonella and viruses Rotavirus, Adenovirus and hepatitis . Salmonella infections are very common especially in small as a result of ingestion of eggs, unpasteurized milk or contaminated meat. Diarrhea occurs in the first 48 hours of infection with stool with mucus and blood discharge and frequent (every 3 hours).

In addition to influenza and parainfluenza virus, another virus that can cause diarrhea capable of, is that of hepatitis A, the reservoir of this pathogen are molluscs and shellfish. The main clinical manifestation is jaundice.

Food-borne diseases
For food-borne diseases are those diseases due to the action of toxins produced by bacteria in contaminated food or water. Diarrhea occurs rapidly, after 30 minutes of ingestion of contaminated food. One of the bacterial agents is frequently responsible for the Staphylococcus .

Another possible cause of diarrhea is a power supply with high intake of protein or carbohydrates such as pasta, vegetables, breads and pastries that make it difficult defecation, favor the 'gases and resulting in diarrhea, and finally also intolerances and allergies food special foods such as milk and gluten are important causes of diarrhea, especially in children el 'teenager.

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