- Chronic diarrhea: When tests can find no cause. // HealthFacts;Mar93, Vol. 18 Issue 166, p6
Reports that a study has shown that chronic diarrhea may eventually go away without specific treatment. Study at the Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas; Dr. Rekha G. Afzalpurkar.
- Chronic diarrhea: Evaluation and treatment. Lipsky, Martin S.; Adelman, Michael // American Family Physician;12/1/1993, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p1461
Presents an evaluation and treatment for chronic diarrhea. Definition of the disease; Etiologies; Need for a complete history and thorough physical examination; Approaches to decreasing secretions.
- Sloppy stool syndrome. // Pediatrics for Parents;1992, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p1
Explains occurrence of diarrhea in a healthy toddler. Chronic nonspecific diarrhea as caused by excessive intake of sorbitol and fructose from fruit juices; Decrease in toddler's intake of juice as treatment.
- Evaluating the child with chronic diarrhea. Leung, Alexander K.C.; Robson, Lane M. // American Family Physician;2/1/1996, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p635
Focuses on the etiology and management of children with chronic diarrhea. Clinical manifestations; Systemic infections associated with chronic diarrhea; Clinical evaluation; Physical evaluation; Laboratory evaluation.
- New product to zap diarrhea. Eastman, P. // Working Mother;Feb92, p76
Talks about Ricelyte, a rice-based electrolyte solution sold in a ready-to-use form, which treats your baby's diarrhea quickly. This rice-based solution offers a great advantage in that rice facilitates the absorption of salt and water in the intestine much better than the glucose-based products do.
- The October-to-April trek of the `stomach ... Silberner, J. // U.S. News & World Report;11/9/87, Vol. 103 Issue 19, p90
A new government study pinpoints the months in which the most common form of prolonged diarrhea among small children--that caused by a kind of microbe known as rotavirus--is likely to strike. Details research and the infection.
- Campylobacter infections. Hunter, Beatrice Trum // Consumers' Research Magazine;Nov92, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p8
Discusses Campylobacter, a pathogen that is the leading bacterial cause of acute diarrhea in humans. A 1980-81 survey of American hospitals; Number of Americans inflicted by Campylobacter each year; Species of Campylobacter; What to do to control the spread of Campylobacter.
- Don't drink the water--or eat the quiche. Carey, Benedict; Chen, Ingfei // Health (Time Inc. Health);Jul/Aug96, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p16
Reports on a research by infectious disease specialists Charles Hoge and David Shlim, which shows that even careful tourists in Nepal are exposed to 50 percent risk of developing diarrhea from reheated foods or yogurt drinks containing common bacteria. Medical advice for travelers; Drugs that...
- $450K to help protect against PEDV. HARRIS, TYLER // Wallaces Farmer;Jul2013, Vol. 138 Issue 7, p62
The article reports that National Pork Board approved 450,000 dollar in checkoff funds to help protect against the positive identification of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, or PEDV, in the U.S.
- Correction: The burden of diarrhoea, shigellosis, and cholera in North Jakarta, Indonesia: findings from 24 months surveillance. Agtini, Magdarina D.; Soeharno, Rooswanti; Lesmana, Murad; Punjabi, Narain H.; Simanjuntak, Cyrus; Wangsasaputra, Ferry; Nurdin, Dazwir; Pulungsih, Sri Pandam; Rofiq, Ainur; Santoso, Hari; Pujarwoto, H.; Sjahrurachman, Agus; Sudarmono, Pratiwi; Seidlein, Lorenz von; Deen, Jacqueline L; Ali, Mohammad; Lee, Hyejon; Kim, Deok Ryun; Han, Oakpil; Park, Jin Kyung // BMC Infectious Diseases;2007, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
A correction to the article "The burden of diarrhea, shigellosis, and cholera in North Jakarta, Indonesia: Findings from 24 months surveillance," by Magdarina D. Agtini and colleagues in the January 26, 2007 issue is presented.