The difference between autumn diarrhea and summer diarrhea

Summer and autumn are the high incidence of diarrhea, and diarrhea caused by bacteria is dominant in summer.

Due to the hot weather and high humidity, it is suitable for some bacteria to grow. People eat cold food and it is easy to cause diarrhea.

  Autumn diarrhea is mainly caused by rotavirus infection.

Rotavirus infection is common in 6 months?
2 years old infants, mainly in autumn and winter, generally spread through the fecal-oral route.

The main symptoms of patients are fever, diarrhea, some patients with first symptoms of vomiting, some cough, diarrhea more than 10 times a day, fever and vomiting lasts about 2 days, but diarrhea must be about 3?
5 days, or a week, a few up to two weeks, stool is watery stool or egg pattern, yellow-green or milky white, can have a small amount of mucus, no pus, no odor.

In severe autumn diarrhea, dehydration and electrolyte balance disorders can occur, and if left untreated, it can be life-threatening.

  Autumn diarrhea is caused by a viral infection, so taking antibiotics is not beneficial.

Treatment is mainly through antiviral, dietary and liquid therapies, supplemented with intestinal mucosal protective agents.

  During the course of the disease, parents should take a diet and oral rehydration.

Feeding the child with oral rehydration saline should be patient, feeding a small amount multiple times, accumulating less and growing, and gradually dehydrating.

If your child is intolerant of oral rehydration, or if the degree of diarrhea is aggravated, you should take your child to the hospital to see a pediatrician and refill with intravenous infusion.

  The principles of compliance should take into account the prevention of hygiene, wash hands frequently, and take care to prevent cross-contamination.